WBJ 2020 Power 50: James G. Umphrey

Worcester Business Journal
May 2020

Check out any major real estate purchase or development in Worcester in the past five years, and you’ll likely see Umphrey’s fingerprints all over it. In his role as head of the largest commercial real estate firm in Central Mass., Umphrey seemingly has been involved in every major transaction in the Worcester region, including the Mercantile Center in 2015; Worcester Plaza, a 24-story downtown office tower in downtown, last fall; the Guaranty Building on Main Street in 2014; Reliant Medical Group’s major new office next to the Greendale Mall in 2017, just to name a few.

Umphrey and Higgins of Kelleher & Sadowsky Sell First Land Parcel at The Reactory Biomanufacturing Campus to WuXi Biologics for $1.5 Million

May 2020
Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates, Inc., a commercial real estate firm serving Worcester and Central Massachusetts, announced today the $1.5 million sale of a seven acre parcel of land at The Reactory on behalf of Worcester Business Development Corporation (WBDC) to WuXi Biologics (WuXi), a global contract development manufacturer of biological products on behalf of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.

After Growth in 2019, Real Estate Selling Brokers Prepare For Headwinds

Boston Business Journal
April 2020

While it remains to be seen how the COVID-19 pandemic will ultimately affect the real estate market this year, there was good news last year for several firms on the list of the largest commercial real estate selling brokers in Massachusetts.

About half the firms on the list achieved significant year-over-year […]

Mancini And Cozza Of Kelleher & Sadowsky Orchestrate $13m Sale Of Nouria HQ

New England Real Estate Journal
April 2020

Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates, Inc. has completed the $13 million sale of the 85,000 s/f office building at 324 Clark St. on behalf of Worcester Investment Group to Lowfield Realty Group, a Massachusetts limited liability corporation affiliated with Vincent J. CampoBasso of Leominster.

Principal Donald Mancini and vice […]

Nouria Energy sells Worcester headquarters for $13M

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
March 2020

WORCESTER - Nouria Energy Corp. has sold its headquarters at 324 Clark St. for $13 million. Worcester Investment Group, owned by Tony El-Nemr, president and CEO at Nouria, one of the region's largest convenience store operators and fuel retailers, has sold the 85,000-square-foot office building to Lowfield Realty Group, a Massachusetts limited liability corporation of Vincent J. CampoBasso of Leominster.