Cerrone, Graham & Shepherd has relocated from the 24-story glass tower at 446 Main St. to 5000 square feet on the seventh floor of 370 Main St Kelleher & Sadowsky vice president Drew C. Higgins represented the certified public accounting and consulting firm in the lease agreement.
The Galaxy land deal is the second transaction that Kelleher & Sadowsky has brokered at The Reactory on behalf of the WBDC in the past three months. Representing the WBDC was principal James G. Umphrey and vice president Drew C. Higgins of Kelleher & Sadowsky.
Boston Real Estate Times
Kelleher & Sadowsky announced today the addition of two former JLL Boston veterans, Philip A. DeSimone and Andrew J. Sherman to lead its expansion eastward into the MetroWest and suburban Boston areas.
Chris Naff of Kelleher & Sadowsky Selected by Worcester Chamber to Join 2021 Leadership Worcester Program
Joining the class of 2021 is Kelleher & Sadowsky associate Chris Naff, an experienced real estate professional who represents clients in the purchase, sale and lease of property across an array of market sectors, including multi-family, retail and land transactions. When Chris is not working commercial real estate deals, he is active in the local community, including a Member of the Millbury Board of Selectmen; Chairman of the Asa Waters Mansion Task Force; Member of the MBTA Advisory Board; and a Delegate of the Central Mass Regional Planning Commission.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
WORCESTER – The Mercantile Center’s planned two-story rooftop bar and restaurant will be financed through a $4.2 million purchase and construction financing agreement with Webster Five, according to Charles “Chip” Norton, owner of 2 Mercantile LLC.
In normal times, it would be hard to find obvious similarities between Worcester, Massachusetts; Madison, Wisconsin; and California’s Bay Area. But after being ravaged by a pandemic that caused nationwide lockdowns, these regions are among those poised for a relatively strong recovery from the coronavirus recession.