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Construction Was Thrown a Curveball Last Year. But, Berkshires’ Progress Is on ‘State’s Radar.’

The city of Pittsfield has received $1.1 million in state money to begin developing the largest of the William Stanley Business Park’s nine building sites.

The money from two separate state programs will pay for preparing building Site 9 for construction. The 16.5-acre tract borders on Tyler Street and Woodlawn Avenue at the northern end of the 52-acre business park.

Moonscape to prime real estate? Pittsfield gets $1.1M to help redevelop William Stanley Business Park

The city of Pittsfield has received $1.1 million in state money to begin developing the largest of the William Stanley Business Park’s nine building sites.

The money from two separate state programs will pay for preparing building Site 9 for construction. The 16.5-acre tract borders on Tyler Street and Woodlawn Avenue at the northern end of the 52-acre business park.

Mayor Tyer Delivers First Virtual State of the City Address

“Last year was a tough one,” Tyer said.

She pointed to the economic package developed to support small businesses, non-profits, and residents. Some of the ways that the community came together to support one another were providing easy access to food, supplying Chromebooks to students after schools were closed, and creating 13 “grab and go” zones to support restaurants with takeout and delivery.

, Developer Announces Woodlawn Crossing Project at Old GE Site Hundreds of Jobs and Significant Revenue for Pittsfield

June 15, 2016 — Waterstone Retail Development has announced Woodlawn Crossing, a complete redevelopment of the Teens Parcel

, PEDA Board Approves LOI with Waterstone

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,