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Worcester seeks to restrict retail marijuana locations

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester City Manager Ed Augustus is proposing zoning amendments for the budding legal marijuana industry to facilitate the opening of 15 retail marijuana stores, but also address a loophole...

Leasing begins for $90M Front Street apartments

Zachary Comeau |

Leasing has begun for the new $90-million luxury apartment development on Front Street in Worcester, according to the property manager.

Frank Carroll lists Main Street building for $4.8M

A 76,700-square-foot building on Main Street in Worcester owned by businessman Frank Carroll is for sale for $4.8 million.

IPG Photonics purchases 10 acres in Oxford

Oxford laser equipment manufacturer IPG Photonics has purchased 10 acres of land just four miles away from its current headquarters.

Primetals considering leaving Worcester for $28M Sutton facility

Zachary Comeau |

Primetals Technologies, a London-based metal manufacturer that operates two facilities in Worcester, is looking to move, possibly a $28-million facility in Sutton.

Sever Street apartments slated for $15M rehab

Zachary Comeau |

The owners of the Fruit Sever Apartments in Worcester are planning a $15-million renovation of the 132-unit building after receiving the tax exempt bond from MassDevelopment.

WinnCompanies begins $11.2M Worcester rehab

Zachary Comeau |

Boston residential developer WinnCompanies has started the $11.2-million renovation of the Wellington Community, a historic 180-unit housing development for elderly and low-income residents in...

Milford developer eyes commercial tenants or senior living for vacant school

Zachary Comeau |

Lobisser Building Corp. has proposed to buy a vacant middle school on Milford's Main Street, with plans for either a two-story commercial building or senior living apartments.

Amazon HQ2 in Mass. could require legislation, Baker says

State House News Service |

Amazon doesn't quite fit into the state's current set of job-boosting programs, according to Gov. Charlie Baker, who raised the idea Thursday of legislation tailored to suit the tech giant's needs.

Westborough Not Your Average Joe's building sells for $3.1M

A building housing a Not Your Average Joe's eatery and the Indian restaurant Dharani in Westborough has sold for four times its sale price from two decades ago.

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