Tag: 20 Franklin Street

WORCESTER — Scribble on the walls, play a game of ping pong, lounge on a sofa. That’s what the employees of software company ten24 Inc. can do at their new office overlooking Worcester Common while working on projects for clients such as Scie...
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WORCESTER — Colee Ladue didn’t know she’d be taking classes downtown when she was admitted to the nursing program at Quinsigamond Community College, but she’s very happy to be there. “I love it. I think it’s very profe...
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Craig Blais gives a tour of the old Telegram & Gazette building at 20 Franklin St., Worcester, across from City Hall, which is being renovated for use by Quinsigamond Community College students Sept. 2. WORCESTER – Quinsigamond Community Co...
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After six successful years of starting up a business in Northborough, my company is looking to raise money, grow our national client base, build new products and hire young talent, and to do that we’re moving our offices. To Worcester. ThatR...
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In Worcester, Mass., a former industrial city of 181,000 battered for decades by population and job losses, the federal new markets tax credit is helping to finance the redevelopment of five vacant downtown buildings once used by the local daily news...
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WORCESTER — The plan to turn the former Telegram & Gazette building into a downtown center for college classrooms, a theater and a cafe today added furnished office space to the mix. And the byzantine $37 million financing deal for the project ...
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WORCESTER — The president and chief executive officer of the Worcester Business Development Corp. today asked the city’s colleges and universities to make an investment in downtown Worcester, saying a thriving central core aids the city’...
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WORCESTER — A coalition of community banks, quasi-public agencies and a local development group has wrapped up a complicated $37 million financing deal to turn the former Telegram & Gazette headquarters into a downtown center for college classr...
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The establishment of Quinsigamond Community College’s new Health Care and Workforce Development Training Center in the former Telegram & Gazette newspaper plant on Franklin Street may be an economic boom to inner city merchants who cater to...
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Quinsigamond Community College will lease the former Telegram & Gazette building on Franklin and Federal streets as it begins to expand downtown. The Quinsigamond Community College board of trustees Wednesday night approved a lease agreement with...
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