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Southborough developer eyes Marlborough Airport senior housing

Grant Welker |

Southborough developer Capital Group Properties has proposed a 114-unit senior-living complex at Marlborough Airport, which has been for sale for more than a year.

Last-ditch injunction hearing urges Notre Dame preservation

Zachary Comeau |

A judge will issue a ruling on an injunction to delay demolition of the Notre Dame des Canadiens church.

Hudson office building sold for $7M

A nearly 70,000-square-foot Hudson office building has been sold to a Newton property management firm for just under $7 million.

Medical plastics manufacturer purchases 79K-s-f Sterling building for $5.1M

Zachary Comeau |

Gardner-based manufacturer of plastics for medical use Biomedical Polymers is opening a 79,000-square-foot facility in Sterling after purchasing the building for $5.1 million.

AllCare Pharmacy completes $5M, 65K-s-f expansion

Zachary Comeau |

Northborough-based AllCare Plus Pharmacy has completed a $5 million, multi-year expansion project with a new 65,000-square-foot corporate headquarters.

Cherry Valley breakfast restaurant sold

A popular Leicester breakfast restaurant has been sold to an Armenian couple with a history of baking.

Movers & Shakers

Twenty-one Central Mass. workers and their organizations reported to the WBJ that they have landed new jobs this month.

We need to build more homes

RITA COFFEY |

In the city of Worcester, the April inventory of single-family homes dropped 39 percent over April of last year.

The age of the Worcester skyscraper has been replaced by street-level interactions

Grant Welker |

The age of building vertically stopped in the city nearly 30 years ago, as new developments focus on tying into the walking community.

Greater Worcester homebuilding lags behind state, national, historic rates

Grant Welker |

New homes aren't being built at nearly the rate they used to in and around Worcester. In fact, the region hasn't kept up with statewide or national rates.

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