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For Voting Kelleher & Sadowsky Best Commercial Real Estate Brokerage In Central MA
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Slide Seven Hills Foundation Moving You Inc., Two Others Into New Gold Star Boulevard Office Worcester Business Journal November 2020 Worcester nonprofit Seven Hills Foundation has signed a lease to occupy an office on Gold Star Boulevard to bring three of its affiliates under a single roof. The building at 135 Gold Star Blvd. has been vacant since Reliant Medical Group, a tenant since the late 1980s, left about two years ago. It has since been renovated, and will now host Seven Hills Foundation behavioral health and other programs, the Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky said Thursday. Read More Slide Biotech in the Boston 'Burbs Andrew J. Sherman – Worcester Real Estate Podcast October 2020 A discussion about life sciences activity beyond Kendall Square with Jon Weaver,
President & CEO, Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives,Quentin Hart, Partner,
McCord Development, Inc., and Aaron P. Hall, Operations Director, LEFTFIELD, LLC.
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Slide Smart Building Technologies with Kris Pacunas, CEO of GigXero Chris J. Naff – Worcester Real Estate Podcast September 2020 If t's a jump ball between two commercial properties, increasingly it's about
which property is "smart" versus "dumb.". Learn how premium, high speed
internet can improve tenant experiences, building safety, and operating efficiencies.
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Slide Finding Opportunity Amid the COVID-Induced Slowdown Philip DeSimone – Executive Vice President September 2020 As with the rest of the country, the hardest hit economic sectors in the MetroWest region have been hospitality (hotels, restaurants, entertainment) and retail. People are staying close to home where they feel safe. And they are tightening their purse strings to spend on essentials – primarily food, medicine and home supplies – and getting these delivered more often. Read More