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Worcester picks $53M development for old courthouse

Grant Welker |

A $53-million project with 125 apartment units and retail has been chosen by the city to be built at the long-vacant Worcester County Courthouse.

Worcester revitalization gets aggressive

Grant Welker |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is turning more proactive in helping to remake downtown and beyond, including what would be the first two properties taken as part of a sprawling revitalization...

ReWalk unveils prototype for stroke patients

Grant Welker |

ReWalk, a maker of systems that help those with spinal cord and other injuries walk, has unveiled a prototype of a product for stroke survivors.

Developer gets $11.5M loan to build Lunenburg apartments

A Townsend developer has received a $11.5 million loan to build a mixed-income rental housing project in Lunenburg.

Office vacancy rates strong in Framingham, Natick

Grant Welker |

Office vacancy rates in Framingham and Natick were below 10 percent through the second quarter of the year, exceeding nearly every other region outside Boston and its core suburbs, Perry Brokerage...

Russian math school leasing Shrewsbury office

The Russian School of Mathematics is leasing an office on Route 9, according to the broker of the lease.

Financial service company leasing Elm Street office

A financial services company has leased 1,480 square feet of office space in Worcester.

Law firm buys space on Pleasant Street

Worcester law firm Murray & Murray has purchased an office on Pleasant Street, according to the sale's broker.

Military tech firm leases space on Millbrook St.

Avatar Computing, a technology solutions provider with a focus on military clients, has leased an office on Millbrook Street in Worcester.

Worcester starting eminent domain process to seize restaurant, cell phone store

Grant Welker |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is moving toward taking two properties valued at more than $500,000 as the first step of a sprawling revitalization effort, planning to use eminent domain if...

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