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Project Management in a Rapidly Changing Market

Phil DeSimone & Chris Naff - Worcester Real Estate Podcast
November 2020
Ted Finnerty, V.P. at Leggat McCall Properties joins Phil DeSimone and Chris Naff to share insights as to how professional project management can reduce the time and costs involved with complex commercial real estate projects.

Kelleher & Sadowsky Offering Virtual Tours

November 2020
Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates is now adding virtual tours to its marketing toolkit. The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed the way we shop for real estate as we navigate through our “new normal”. Travel restrictions, social distancing and working from home continue to be encouraged, rapidly accelerating the need for virtual tours.

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. Discussion moderated by Andrew Sherman, V.P. Kelleher & Sadowsky.

Smart Building Technologies with Kris Pacunas, CEO of GigXero

Chris J. Naff – Worcester Real Estate Podcast
September 2020
If it'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.

Finding Opportunity Amid the COVID-Induced Slowdown

Philip DeSimone – Executive Vice President
September 2020

The COVID-19 health crisis has sent a shock wave throughout the U.S. economy. In the second quarter, U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) declined from the first quarter by 32.9% when measured on an annualized measure. In Massachusetts, the economy […]

Industrial Real Estate “101”

David Cohen – Vice President
August 2020
All industrial zoned land and buildings are either utilized or suited for industrial activities, such as manufacturing, distribution, processing, and warehousing. They can be considered either a factory or a plant and include things such as warehouses, garages, and distribution centers etc. They are usually zoned for light, medium, or heavy industry as well.

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