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October 17, 2022

Former Providence & Worcester HQ sold for $1.9M

Photo | Courtesy Kelleher & Sadowsky 75 Hammond St., Worcester

The former Providence and Worcester Railroad headquarters at 75 Hammond St. in Worcester has been sold by the railroad for $1.85 million.

The buyer was 75 Hammond Street LLC of Woburn, registered to Gilvan Miranda, owner and operator of MQM Cleaning and Facility Services, a commercial cleaning service provider with operations throughout New England and based in Millbury, according to Worcester real estate brokerage Kelleher and Sadowsky Associates, whose Meghan Liddy and Drew Higgins represented the seller.

The structure, built in 1915, offers more than 51,000 square feet of leasable area, according to the Worcester Assessor's office. It is assessed at $1.6 million.

Providence and Worcester acquired the property in 1989. The sale closed on Oct. 4, according to the Worcester Registry of Deeds.

According to parent company Genesee & Wyoming Inc. of Darien, Connecticut, the railroad’s Worcester headquarters is now at 381 Southbridge St. Genesee & Wyoming acquired Providence and Worcester in 2015.

The property was built as a factory for the Wright Wire Co., which was owned and operated by George Wright and his sons. Wright was the mayor of Worcester from 1913-1917.

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