Central Mass. by the Numbers

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The two buildings at Piccadilly Plaza will remain, as the owners say they will pivot from past intentions to demolish them and instead relist the available space for rent. The change of heart comes after the city’s Conservation Commission rejected the original plans by American East Coast II, which purchased the plaza in 2020 for $3.2 million, according to owner Dusty Burke. Dusty Burke III, Burke’s son, said that the ownership has now decided to renovate the property and bring in new tenants including a Brazilian steakhouse, Churrascaria Tropeiro’s Grill, and a fitness center called Sculpt Pilates.

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