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    Worcester Business Journal
    Worcester commercial real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates hired a new vice president, Dan May, who previously served as a senior transaction manager in Cushman & Wakefield’s Boston office.

    Recent Market Insights

    Central Mass / MetroWest

    The prospect of even a mild recession presents many challenges for the commercial real estate industry. Learn about the different asset classes heading into 2023 in Worcester, Central Mass and the MetroWest region.

    Central Mass / MetroWest

    Vacancies are down, rents are up, and more stores are opening than closing. Despite many believing the pandemic would be the end of brick-and-mortar as we know it, store owners are, posting some of their best numbers in years.

    Downtown Worcester

    Take a walk in downtown Worcester and its surrounding neighborhoods, and you'll see vibrant, bustling areas that highlight the transformative impact of the $565 million CitySquare development project.

    Central Mass / MetroWest

    During the California Gold Rush, early settlers were able to stake their claim and command the market. The cannabis market in Massachusetts in recent years has been no different.

    Recent Blog Posts

    Why Do Banks Offer Widely Different Borrowing Rates?

    Every bank has a unique approach to managing its business.  No one bank executes the exact same lending strategy.  Not surprisingly, commercial mortgage rates offered by banks throughout Worcester, Central Massachusetts and the MetroWest region vary widely.

    Different Types of Industrial Properties to Consider

    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.