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A retail property at 395 Park Ave. in Worcester sold for $1.2 million to the owners of a neighboring restaurant property.
Ascend Elements is planning to move its headquarters and research-and-development facility from Westborough to Devens in September 2024.
Home sales in Worcester County and throughout Massachusetts continue to be sharply down from 2022, while prices remain consistently higher, sharply so in the city of Worcester.
General contracting firm Fontaine Bros. broke ground on Sept. 8 on a $112-million addition and renovation to David Prouty High School in Spencer.
People are on the move at Fallon Health, Nichols College, and Cornerstone Bank.
Since joining Harvard-based Maugel DeStefano Architects eight years ago, Pelletier advanced to the top, first being tapped as a principal by founder Brent Maugel in a 2018 merger that created Maugel DeStefano Architects.
If there is an industry that stands to dramatically contribute to climate change mitigation, it’s building design, and Central Massachusetts architects say they’re poised for the challenge.
Ermani Properties of Worcester purchased a 30-unit market-rate apartment complex at 31 Caroline St. in Worcester for $6.3 million.
Physik Instrumente appeared before the Town of Shrewsbury Select Board on Wednesday, requesting a tax break to relocate its U.S. division headquarters from Auburn to Shrewsbury.
New Jersey-based Goya Foods has opened a new 130,000-square-foot facility at its regional operations campus in Webster.
The City of Worcester launched two new affordable housing programs on Wednesday, to provide grants to landlords charging affordable rents and to give homebuyers money for down payments.
Housing Secretary Ed Augustus floated a few ideas before the Dignity Alliance Massachusetts during a "study session," where he hinted at some policies that may be included in a bond bill the administration plans to file to address the housing
The Worcester City Council voted unanimously to decertify the 15-year property tax break extended to the Unum Group due to its failure to maintain the required levels of employment related to the office tower at 1 Mercantile St. in Worcester.
The owners of Chuck’s Steak House, a Route 20 staple in Auburn since 1978, is looking to sell the restaurant property and relocate the business to a more modern and efficient space.
An affiliate of Imaginate Your Space, a designer and manufacturer specializing in upgrading school lunchrooms and other non-classroom areas, purchased a former auto body center in the Quinsigamond Village section of Worcester for $1.4 million.
The Worcester City Council may soon move to decertify a portion of the $1.4-million property tax break given to The Unum Group.
While shifting cultural norms in the business community have found hiring managers outwardly working toward hiring a more diverse staff, studies in the last few years by organizations like McKinsey & Co. and Regent University found women and people of color are promoted less frequently than their white male counterparts. This produces a dynamic where company leadership at many organizations remains dominated by white males even as the company's employees become more diversified.