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Developers can now buy former Marian High School

Grant Welker |

The Archdiocese of Boston is allowing developers an option to buy the former Marian High School in Framingham as a way to attract more interest.

Worcester apartment rents up 16%

Zachary Comeau |

The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Worcester has increased about $200 since December 2017.

London firm acquires Bellingham distribution center for $25M

London real estate giant TH Real Estate, a subsidiary of Chicago-based investment firm Nuveen, has purchased a large warehouse and distribution facility in Bellingham for $25.1 million.

Following merger, Milford National Bank CEO leaves for Brockton firm

The former president and CEO of Milford National Bank has left the company after it was acquired by Rockland Trust, landing a new job at Brockton financial consultants Cobblestone Management.

Oxford couple charged in mortgage fraud scheme

A man and woman from oxford have been indicted for what prosecutors say is a scheme to defraud homeowners and mortgage lenders in Cambridge and Brookline.

Worcester retirement center to expand with $18M bond

Briarwood, a Worcester retirement community, will expand thanks to a nearly $18-million tax exempt bond.

Worcester property assessments rise by nearly 6%

Grant Welker |

The total assessed value of properties in Worcester rose nearly 6 percent this year, according to the city, with commercial and industrial properties lagging in value.

Niche to reopen Citizen Wine Bar within a year

Sarah Connell |

After Worcester restaurant Citizen Wine Bar closes at the end of the year at One Exchange Place, its parent company Niche Hospitality Group will look for a new location, possibly along Grove Street.

Mexican restaurant in Framingham to turn into marijuana retailer

Grant Welker |

The same managers behind Leicester's Cultivate marijuana retail store are seeking to open a pot shop at a former restaurant on Route 9 in Framingham.

Fitchburg school-to-apartments conversion tops off

Grant Welker |

A ceremony held at the former B.F. Brown School was a chance for officials and development partners to mark the latest stage in what is seen as a revitalization of the city's downtown.

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