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Former Curtis Industries building in Worcester sells for $1.5M

Grant Welker |

One of three industrial buildings that were home to Curtis Industries before its move to West Boylston has sold.

Allegro Microsystems explored 20 Central Mass. sites for relocation

Allegro Microsystems is leaving Worcester after 53 years of operating its headquarters at 115 Northeast Cutoff. In a recent interview, the executive staff at the company told the WBJ why.

Bertucci's files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Zachary Comeau |

Citing debts of of $119 million, Northborough-based Bertucci's has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in federal court, the Italian restaurant chain announced in a press release Monday.

Promising Shrewsbury Street site awaits outcome of laundering case

Zachary Comeau |

Two successful restaurants launched at 166 Shrewsbury St. Now, the space is devoid of any human life, and it will remain that way until the government sells the building.

Sluggish first quarter for MetroWest office market

Grant Welker |

The MetroWest office market shrank slightly in total occupied square footage in the first quarter of the year, particularly in towns along I-495.

Primetals considered Worcester, Devens before picking Sutton

Metal manufacturer Primetals is closing its Worcester facilities and consolidating into a new facility in Sutton. Michael Eldredge spoke with WBJ about the reasons behind the move.

Carpenters union, N.J. company reach $15K settlement on Worcester project

Zachary Comeau |

A local carpenters union and a construction company that helped build apartments in Worcester have reached a settlement after a carpenter was fired after attempting to organize.

NH firm seeks recreational pot license in Framingham D'Angelos building

Zachary Comeau |

A New Hampshire medical marijuana company will apply for a recreational marijuana retailer license to operate a cannabis shop on Route 30 in Framingham.

MetroWest home sales rise on low inventory

Grant Welker |

Single-family home sales rose in many MetroWest communities in February, including Marlborough, Natick and Milford, as inventory in many cities and towns remained low.

Three tenants join Knowledge Park after $8.6M acquisition

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough's Knowledge Park has signed three new tenants and resigned an existing tenant to fill more than 11,000-square-feet just months after the three-building campus was sold for $8.6 million.

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