June 15, 2016 — Waterstone Retail Development has announced Woodlawn Crossing, a complete redevelopment of the Teens Parcel
Today’s approval by PEDA of a Letter of Intent with Waterstone Retail is a necessary first step in the process that allows Waterstone the opportunity to pursue development of the site,
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayor Daniel Bianchi remembers growing up in a vibrant Morningside neighborhood. And he wants that back. “This was just an incredibly vibrant area. Anything a working family would need was right here in Morningside,” Bianchi said.
Springfield, MA – The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) today joined elected officials and school leaders at Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) to announce more than $2 million
By Christy Heady, originally published in the Berkshire Edge March 12, 2015 Pittsfield, MA – Business executives are bullish on the future of Berkshire County. There is a new spirit of collaboration and innovation at work, aiming to catapult the Berkshires and its surrounding region into a period of economic growth, accompanied by job creation […]
By Tony Dobrowolski, Berkshire Eagle Staff PITTSFIELD — The Pittsfield Economic Development Authority voted unanimously Wednesday to approve a new location for the Berkshire Innovation Center within the William Stanley Business Park of the Berkshires. The new site is on a 4-acre parcel on the west side of Woodlawn Avenue, between the CSX Railroad tracks […]
By Joe Durwin iBerkshires Correspondent February 18, 2016 PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Bridge completion, breaking ground on BIC, three current tenant prospects and a new outreach campaign are among the pieces in play for the Pittsfield Economic Development Authority this year as it continues the ongoing slog to build up the William Stanley Business Park. Identities […]
By Tony Dobrowolski, Berkshire Eagle Staff PITTSFIELD — The city has received final approval for $500,000 in startup costs associated with the construction of the Berkshire Innovation Center. The Pittsfield Economic Development Authority (PEDA) on Wednesday unanimously approved a $250,000 allocation from the quasi-public agency’s funds toward the center’s launch. The City Council on Sept. […]