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WuXi Builds Momentum For Worcester Biomanufacturing Park

Worcester Telegram & Gazette - November 2019
The site’s master plan is done. The subdivision plan is approved, and the zoning is in place. And Worcester’s biomanufacturing park, The Reactory, is in final negotiations with its first tenant who hopes to start building in the spring next year.

Kelleher & Sadowsky Handles $16.5 million Sale of Worcester Plaza Tower – Sold by S-BNK Worcester Main to Synergy Investments

New England Real Estate Journal - November 2019
Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates, Inc. completed the $16.5 million sale of the Worcester Plaza Tower with Synergy Investments. Kelleher & Sadowsky procured the buyer and represented the seller, S-BNK Worcester Main, an entity registered to the Casey Brothers Trust. The 24-story glass tower at 446 Main St. is the city’s tallest office building and one of the most visible elements of the skyline.

Movers & Shakers

Worcester Business Journal - November 2019
THOMAS BODDEN of Shrewsbury is a new associate on the brokerage team at the Worcester real estate agency Kelleher & Sadowsky. Bodden was previously a technology and sales supervisor at Staples in Connecticut.

Kelleher & Sadowsky Brokers Sale of 244,000 SF Worcester Plaza Tower

Northeast Real Estate Business - October 2019
WORCESTER, MASS. — Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates Inc. has brokered the sale of Worcester Plaza Tower, a 244,000-square-foot office tower in central Massachusetts. The sales price was $16.5 million. The 24-story tower is the tallest office building in Worcester. Kelleher & Sadowsky represented the seller, S-BNK Worcester Main, an entity registered to the Casey Brothers Trust of Boston.

Kelleher & Sadowsky Completes Sale of Office Building in Westborough

August 2019
Drew Higgins and Jim Umphrey of Kelleher & Sadowsky have just closed on the sale of 11A Walkup Drive in Westborough with Alliance Systems Integrators, Inc of Plainview, NY. The stand-alone office building was previously owned by Ronald Cohen and was home to the corporate offices for Continental Consultants, LLC for many years.