Worcester Business Journal - February 2020
During this inaugural episode of The Weekly Business Report, Jim Umphrey from Kelleher & Sadowsky sits down with Worcester Business Journal editor Brad Kane and talk show host Hank Stolz to discuss new institutional investment coming into Worcester.
Worcester Business Journal - January 2020
Synergy Investments is not done investing in Worcester. Three months after paying $16.5 million for Worcester Plaza, the glass office tower in the downtown, the Boston developer is looking at other properties in the city.
Kelleher & Sadowsky was recently selected as a Best in Business winner amongst commercial real estate firms in Central Massachusetts by readers of Worcester Business Journal. WBJ’s Best of Business Awards celebrate the business-to-business companies in the region that have been recognized by their peers as the “best of the best”.
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.
Worcester Business Journal - November 2019
New York City real estate investment firm Rabina Properties has refinanced its Auburn industrial warehouse for $15 million, according to Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky, which arranged the deal.
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.