William Kelleher, IV Blog Posts
William D. Kelleher, IV – PrincipalLike a toddler’s patient parents mimicking airplane sounds and motions with broccoli florets speared on the end of a fork, they set out to get the entire city of Worcester to “open wide.” Any parenting veteran knows the challenges when it comes to developing healthy eating habits in a youngster –– never mind an entire city. But 49 years ago, Albert and Magdalena Maykel, the owners of The Living Earth Natural Market & Café at 232 Chandler Street, set out on their demanding mission. They believed that people would eventually grow to both understand and appreciate the value of proper, quality nutrition.
William D. Kelleher, IV – Principal September 2019The Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) will be relocating its permanent offices to Worcester from downtown Boston this coming December. The CCC signed a 10-year lease for a 14,381-square-foot office at Worcester’s Union Station and 4,523-square-foot satellite office at 50 Franklin Street in Boston’s Downtown Crossing. The new Worcester headquarters will include 25 offices, 53 work stations and three conference rooms, one of which will be large enough to accommodate the commission’s public meetings. Additionally, CCC will receive 15 parking spots in the garage attached to Union Station, and its office will be accessible by commuter rail.
Worcester Auditorium: $94 Million Redevelopment To Become An Innovative Technology, Arts and Education Center
William D. Kelleher, IV - Principal
The Architectural Heritage Foundation, a Boston-based preservation group, has agreed to purchase the iconic Worcester Auditorium for $450,000. Their plan is to turn the auditorium into a forum for state-of-the-art commercial entertainment and an incubator for business entrepreneurs involved in the 21st-century digital media industry.