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Slide Boston Construction Firm Buys Lot for Contractor’s Yard in Northborough for $2M Brian Johnson and Drew Higgins of Kelleher & Sadowsky represented Robert J. Devereaux Corp., a Boston-based utility contractor, in the purchase of 200 Bartlett Street in Northborough, a 6.7-acre lot with three industrial buildings from Bartlett Street Realty Trust. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide Worcester Registry of Deeds Signs 10-year Lease in Mercantile Center The Worcester Registry of Deeds is extending its stay in the city’s downtown. The Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance, on behalf of the Massachusetts Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth has signed a new 10-year lease agreement for 15,859 square feet in the Mercantile Center, providing updated offices for the Worcester Registry of Deeds, which has been a tenant in the building for more than 15 years. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide MBI Incubator To Expand Again, Following $7M Briden Street Purchase Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives’ expansion is a partnership with Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, a Waltham-based economic development public-private agency. The transaction was brokered by Worcester-based Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates, Inc. and Chicago-based JLL. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide Site of Mount Carmel Church Sold For $5.6M, Construction On Housing Complex To Begin The 5.3-acre property of the former Lady of Mount Carmel Church on Mulberry Street in Worcester sold for $5.6 million. The sale is the culmination of a five-year effort which required Vatican approval, said Higgins, who represented the seller in the transaction with Kelleher & Sadowsky President Jim Umphrey. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide Final CitySquare Parcels, Including Former Notre Dame Church Site, Sell For $5M The final two vacant parcels in downtown Worcester’s CitySquare development, including the site of the demolished Notre Dame church, sold for $5 million to a Rhode Island residential developer, according to the Worcester South District Registry of Deeds. Kelleher & Sadowsky represented the seller in the transaction and procured the buyer. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide VNA Care Sells Worcester Office To Neighboring Real Estate Firm for $2.7M VNA Care Network Foundation, Inc. has sold its Worcester building on Thomas Street to First American Realty, Inc. , a Worcester-based real estate firm which abuts the VNA Care’s former office. William Kelleher, a principal at Worcester-based Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates, Inc. brokered the deal. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide As Life Sciences Industry in Worcester Grows, Panel Says City Needs More Space For Lab Worcester Telegram Read More While there was once little demand for lab space to build the life sciences industry in Worcester, a panel of real estate and life sciences professionals say that the city now has to think about creating more space for a burgeoning industry. The panelists included James G. Umphrey, principal at Kelleher & Sadowsky; Matthew Zicaro, vice president of real estate development, engineering, and project management at Galaxy Life Sciences; Amy Forman, senior director of real estate services for UMass Chan Medical School and Eduardo Paredes of Leal Therapeutics. Paul Bauer, practice area leader for real estate, finance, and corporate practice at Bowditch & Dewey, moderated the panel. Slide North Colony and Paradigm Purchase Iconic Speen Street Office Building in Framingham for $13,000,000 New England Real Estate Journal Read More According to Paradigm Properties, the company along with North Colony Asset Management have completed the purchase of 111 Speen St. The Paradigm/North Colony team purchased the 117,000 s/f first-class office building from TA Realty. The new owners are planning a re-imaging and modernization of the building through renovations and service enhancements. Slide Industrial Developers Land Tenant To Fill New Warehouse Going Up in Haverhill, Massachusetts Marcus Partners and Howland Development have secured a full-building user for their new, high-bay warehouse under construction in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Richard Ruggiero, Torin Taylor and Edward Jarosz of Newmark represented the development joint venture and Todd Alexander and Andrew Sherman of Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates represented the tenant. Read More CoStar Research