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Accounting Firm Relocated From Glass Tower in Downtown Worcester

Worcester Telegram
August 2020

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.

Chris Naff of Kelleher & Sadowsky Selected by Worcester Chamber to Join 2021 Leadership Worcester Program

Kelleher Sadowsky Commercial Real Estate Broker Chris Naff SquareAugust 2020

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.

Mercantile Center Secures Construction Financing For Downtown Eatery

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
July 2020

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.

These U.S. Cities Are Likely to Recover Faster From Lockdown

Bloomberg
June 2020

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.