Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito joined state and local officials to break ground on the $13.7 million Berkshire Innovation Center (BIC)
As part of her annual state-of-the-city address recently, Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer praised the arrival of Wayfair — the fastest-growing e-commerce home-décor company in the world — on a number of levels.
On Friday, Gov. Charlie Baker and other state and local officials announced the final piece of funding to make the research and development center a reality and a groundbreaking for the $13.7 million project is expected this fall.
With all additional funding commitments now in place, federal, state and local officials gathered at City Hall on Friday to celebrate the launch of the $13.8 million workforce training/equipment center that has been on the drawing board since 2008.
PITTSFIELD — The city of Pittsfield has received $75,000 from a program associated with MassDevelopment to conduct further testing on a parcel at the William Stanley Business Park of the Berkshires for a possible tenant.
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,