May 21, 2018

Seven Hills Foundation buys former Honey Farms offices for $860K

Photo/Kelleher & Sadowskky
The former Honey Farms headquarters on Pleasant Street, with Park Avenue in the background. The Seven Hills Foundation plans to open an adoption and family services program and an early-learning center there.

The Seven Hills Foundation has bought the former Honey Farms headquarters in Worcester for a family services and education center for $860,000.

The purchase of the building at 505 Pleasant St. at the intersection with Park Avenue was announced Monday by the Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky, which represented the seller.

The Seven Hills Foundation bought the site in partnership with an affiliate, Children's Friend, Inc., with which the health and human services agency plans to open an adoption and family services program and an early-learning center.

The purchase price comes in over the listed price of $750,000.

Honey Farms moved its headquarters out of Worcester after being bought last year by Waltham-based Global Partners. The 6,200-square-foot headquarters was not part of the $38.5-million sale.

Global Partners said in March most of the 15 people who worked in the Worcester office were hired by Global to work at its Waltham offices. The sale also included 375 Honey Farms workers who staffed its 33 locations.

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