- Apr 06, 2018
Full and original article posted on Worcester Business Journal
Worcester may kill two birds with one stone as it is angling to offer up space in the underutilized Union Station to the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission.
Chief Development Officer Michael Traynor told the Worcester Redevelopment Authority on Friday morning he is preparing a response to the CCC’s request for proposal (RFP) for at least 13,000 square feet of office space in Worcester.
The CCC unanimously approved the RFP last week, and city officials are jumping on that opportunity to fill vacant space in the transportation hub, Traynor said. There is enough available space in the second floor of the station for about 15,000 square feet.
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