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November 17, 2023

Site of former Northborough mini-golf course sold for $950K

A lot of empty land with short grass in front and longer grass behind it. A small sign for a defunct minigolf course sits in front of a large pylon sign with advertisements on it. Image | Courtesy of Google Maps 1C Belmont Street in Northborough

A 3.6-acre parcel of land on Route 9 in Northborough that formerly held a miniature golf course has been sold to Belmont Crossing LLC, a Northborough-based corporation.

The property, listed as 1C Belmont St., sold for a price of $950,000, according to Worcester District Registry of Deeds records. The deal closed on Wednesday.

Belmont Crossing is owned by Gregory Giroux, president of Giroux Electrical Contractors, and Matthew Collette, president of Central Mass Signal, a traffic signal systems company, according to corporate filings with the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth. Both companies are based in Northborough.

The property was sold by 240 Turnpike LLC, a Westborough-based corporation.

The property holds a tall pylon sign advertising businesses at Northborough Crossing, a nearby plaza with retailers like Wegmans, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and BJ’s Wholesale Club. Before that, the property was home to Lighthouse Point Adventure Mini Golf. 

The owners of Lighthouse sold the property to 240 Turnpike LLC for $700,000 in 2008, according to Town of Northborough property records. 

The Town gave the property a tax value assessment of $605,700 in 2023. 

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