Now that we have been able to stage a bet that Z can finally win..... We all agree that the residential component is the key to reviving downtown. Better commuter service will be a huge help but this is going to be very difficult to pull off. Any bank will look at the demographics and the surrounding housing and say why the hell am I going to back this project? That is what Berkeley found
My god, how much does this guy owe me?? 1) Remember his first bet when he bet me Berkeley and UNUM would have deal by the end of 2009? 2) When he lost that one I extended the deadline a month and bet double or nothing. On top of that, I bet him that Hanover was going to take over from Berkeley in February of 2010 before any deal with UNUM. I could bet on market rate housing be unfair.
Coverage in Telegram yesterday Group seeks plan for Chandler Street corridorPaul Collyer said he's heard enough about the Canal District being the sole proprietor of “funky” in the city. “The Canal District doesn't have housing,” Mr. Collyer said. “Edgy young people want to live somewhere edgy.” Mr. Collyer said the Chandler Street corridor from Park Avenue to Main Street fits the bill of
O’Brien, McGovern To Visit Small BusinessesBy Brandon ButlerWorcester Business Journal Staff WriterTodayWorcester Mayor Joe O'Brien and U.S. Rep. James McGovern, D-Worcester, are kicking off a series of business tours around the city with visits to Webster Square and the Martin Luther King Jr. Empowerment Center today.The first event will begin around 1:30 p.m. and will include meetings with
I vow to only to smoke pot grown at the Pharmaspere Plant in the SWIP. South Worcester Institute for Pot
Nobody is going to believe this one but it is true, click the link here. Here is the headline: Converted Organics Announces that PharmaSphere Systems, LLC Agrees to License Its System to Grow Medical Marijuana for Rhode Island Non-Profit Can't wait for the next parcel to go out to RFP. Only good thing is I know alot of people in the area who have alot of experience growing pot, who may
I have alot of fun with the blogs and met alot of nice people by doing this. Just wanted to post this in case you have not checked out Jeff's blog, I think you should. Thanks Bill
Click here for the Form 10-K. Page 15 We expect to incur significant losses for some time, and may never operate profitably. From inception through December 31, 2009, we incurred an accumalted net loss of approximately $49.9 million. The revenues that we began to generate from our Gonzales facility in Feburary 2008 and from our Woodbridge facility have not yet resulted in our earning a
Worcesteria quotes Phil Niddrie that more locations to be announced over the next couple of weeks. My top two: Melbourne San Juan
Huh??? Yep remembered they were bought out recently by Converted Organics. Now Converted Organics announced today that they established Pharmasphere??? This thing never made sense from the very beginning. Two years this parcel has been tied up for $1, that was never paid, and not one penny of tax revenues has been collected. Clicke here for the press release. here is part: BOSTON, July
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Worcester needs a 10 percent cap on affordable housing. The only exceptions should be affordable homeownership and quality senior housing. And the Chamber of Commerce should support the 10 percent cap. The 10 percent cap is just as important as commuter rail. In fact, the positive effects of commuter rail will be greater with the 10 percent cap. The cap offers investors more security,
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Great article in the Boston Globe Peter Blute had a great line today on the radio. Ironic isn't that the Republican Senator is known for his $30,000 pick-up truck that he drives around the Commonwealth, while the Democratic is known for his $7,000,000 yacht that he stores in Rhode Island to avoid the Massachusetts sales tax.