Over the past five months, our valued clients at Coghlin Companies has shown tremendous resilience in the face of one of the most challenging times in our history. Take a moment to listen to Chris Coghlin’s message of gratitude to his treasured Caring Associates.
Before the onset of Covid-19, Worcester roared with commercial real estate activity, attracting developers from coast to coast. Los Angeles-based Benedict Canyon Equities bought the 24-story Sky Mark Tower apartment building for $28.8 million. Boston-based Synergy Investments jumped in the Worcester market with the $16.5 million purchase of Worcester Plaza at 446 Main St. And Madison Properties in Boston began development of the former Wyman Gordan industrial land, adjacent to Polar Park, the $115 million ballpark off Madison Street for the Worcester Red Sox. This multi-use project will feature a new Class A office building just beyond the ballpark’s left field. In addition, two hotels, 250 apartments and 65,000 square feet of retail space are in the works.
As we work with our clients and their partners to help navigate a safe return to the office, we wanted to share a range of product solutions that can transform your existing focused workspaces with more appropriate physical […]
Help Your Employees Get Back to Work Safely
After a major disruption that affects work and life, getting back to the office requires an intentional strategy to assure employees feel they are safe and can remain healthy in their […]
Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates, Inc. has completed the $13 million sale of the 85,000 s/f office building at 324 Clark St. on behalf of Worcester Investment Group to Lowfield Realty Group, a Massachusetts limited liability corporation affiliated with Vincent J. CampoBasso of Leominster.