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Slide Sushi Restaurateur Buys Former Living Earth Market Property In Worcester January 2022 Albert Maykel sold the two-story, 12,257-square-foot building on Chandler Street for $1.5 million. The property was bought in a sale by Kai Real Estate LLC. Kelleher & Sadowsky brokers William Kelleher IV and Mark Johns represented the sellers in the transaction. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide Thank You, Worcester! Kelleher & Sadowsky Voted Again Best Commercial Real Estate Brokerage. January 2022 For the third year in a row, Kelleher & Sadowsky was recently selected as a Best in Business winner amongst commercial real estate firms in Central Massachusetts by readers of Worcester Business Journal. WBJ’s Best of Business Awards celebrate the business-to-business companies in the region that have been recognized by their peers as the “best of the best" in their respective industries. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide Nonprofit Buys Former Saint Peter-Marian School Site To Build 158-Unit Senior Housing January 2022 Worcester nonprofit Goddard/Homestead has purchased a 24-acre site at 781 Grove Street in Worcester for $4.75 million, where it will be developed into 158 senior living apartments in a 150,000-square-foot, three-story building. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide This New Worcester Development, Including 500-seat Restaurant, On Market For $5.7 million December 2021 2 Mercantile Associates, LLC, redeveloped the existing two-story structure at 2 Mercantile St. in Worcester and executed a 15-year lease with Boston-based Broadway Hospitality Group. Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates is facilitating the sale. Read More Telegram & Gazette Slide Southbridge Innovation Center Power Plant Sells For $5.5M December 2021 The power plant of the Southbridge Innovation Center at 60 Optical Dr. sold for $5.5 million after six months on the market. The 35,247-square-foot, two-story concrete building, built in 1910 as part of the original American Optical complex, sits on the 150-acre campus of the Southbridge Innovation Center, a 1.2 million square foot, 14 building multi-tenanted business park. Read More Telegram & Gazette Slide Kelleher & Sadowsky Orchestrates Sale of Vacant Parcels on Park Ave. to Clark University for $6.95m November 2021 Worcester, MA Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates completed the land sale of 520 Park Ave. and 111 Maywood St. totaling 7.3 acres by Family Holdings Nominee Trust and Jerek Realty, Inc.to Clark University for $6.95 million. Read More New England Real Estate Journal Slide Chacharone Seeks Life Sciences Tenants for Former Allegro MicroSystems Site November 2021 “Not only does the I-290Connector offer the largest available flex/lab/office space in the market, but it also places its tenants in proximity to a thriving life sciences ecosystem,” Phil DeSimone, executive vice president of Kelleher & Sadowsky, said in a statement. Read More Worcester Business Journal Slide Software Company Moving into One Mercantile in Downtown Worcester Worcester Telegram & Gazette November 2021 ComputerVault Inc. has signed an eight-year lease at One Mercantile beginning in January, moving its corporate headquarters to downtown Worcester. Will Kelleher, Phil DeSimone and Jim Cozza of Kelleher & Sadowsky represented the landlord, Franklin Realty Advisors, on this transaction. Read More Slide Retail Shifts Have Changed the Way Planners and Developers Are Approaching Real Estate Worcester Business Journal October 2021 Compared with other countries, the United States has an exorbitant amount of retail space with an estimated 25 square feet of retail per person, said Todd Alexander, an executive vice president specializing in retail at Worcester commercial real estate agency Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates. Read More Slide Two New Tenants Move Into Mercantile Center In Downtown Worcester Worcester Telegram October 2021 Mercantile Center has two new tenants: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Committee For Public Counsel Services (CPCS) and the law firm of Boyle-Shaughnessy Law. William Kelleher of Kelleher & Sadowsky represented the landlord on both transactions. Read More