Some of Worcester’s biggest boosters took their message about the city’s economic development agenda east on Tuesday, telling commercial real estate professionals why they should consider the Central Massachusetts city.
You’ve probably heard about the Worcester Renaissance before: a remade downtown, expanding universities, a bustling entertainment district. Oh, and there's that minor league baseball team coming to town. Now, the Woo is poised to extend the buzz to biomanufacturing.
Chris J. Naff of Millbury has been named associate of the brokerage team at Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates. In his role, he will represent area companies in the leasing and disposition of office, medical, retail, manufacturing and distribution/warehouse space.
In a recent Boston Business Journal survey of all commercial real estate brokers in the Massachusetts, Kelleher & Sadowsky was ranked ninth in terms of total square footage leased in 2018.
SIOR Report – The Industrial & Office Magazine - February 2019
As commercial real estate market intelligence becomes more accessible to prospective investors and tenants, a fundamental shift is taking place in the brokerage business. The emergence of online tenant brokerage services such as SquareFoot and Truss are creating options for companies seeking space, while platforms like Ten-X are gaining traction with investors looking to buy and sell properties online. In response, brokers in today’s marketplace are repositioning themselves as fullservice advisors in order to retain their competitive edge in an increasingly digital world.
Worcester Telegram – Janaury 2019
MILLBURY — The Boston Globe has sold a former printing plant off Route 20 to commercial property owner Anthony F. Russell for $5.6 million, according to a registry of deeds filing.
The deal closed in December and included about 38 acres of land and a 178,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution building.
Boston Globe Media Partners LLC had been marketing […]