Full and original article posted on Worcester Business Journal
Boston is home to both a range of state departments and some of the country’s most expensive office space.
Those aspects seem to invite a potential solution: The state could move offices out of the capital city and find cheaper space elsewhere. That would help other communities with an infusion of new jobs, and open up space in Boston where it could be easily filled.
The idea isn’t especially new, but a report from the Worcester Regional Research Bureau released Tuesday puts new detail into exactly how much space the state leases for offices in Boston and how much more affordable space would be in places like Worcester.
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