Ever wonder what you could do if 3 billion dollars fell into your lap? Yes billion with a “B”. If you invest in the Worcester area then you are in luck. Worcester is currently investing $3 billion into multiple projects, many of which will benefit savvy real estate investors. This month we have the privilege of having Tim Murray speak about Worcester’s investment,and where you can stake a claim.
Tim Murray, former Lieutenant Governor and now president and CEO of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, will be speaking. Over the last 15 years Tim and his team at the Worcester Business Development Corporation have worked on many transformative projects in the Real Estate world: From repurposing brownfield sites to converting underutilized buildings, Tim is sure to have a ”Do Not Miss” presentation.
You will hear
- Worcester’s $240 Million investment with the Red Sox.- The rush to attract 2,000 more students to downtown through $350million - The Reutilization and transformation of Industrial Space for new Housing. - Worcester’s University and Campus expansions - Much, Much more.
Please bring your experiences and questions to share with the group, because as always, the presentation is interactive.
Who: All are welcome
What: we have the best real estate investing networking in Massachusetts, and the highest percentage of seasoned investors. No sales pitches, no selling speakers, no multi-level marketing, no memberships. $10 per person at the door,cash, PayPal or credit cardWhere: 11 Leo Turo Way Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
When: Tuesday April 16th, 6PM Networking, 6:30PM Program starts
Oh and I hear Worcester is finally going to invest in Kelly square!!! And there are flights going out of Worcester airport too... Might be interesting.
This looks like a great topic. I am going to put this date in my calendar. Hopefully everyone starts buying in Worcester and selling in Boston. I would love a few more Boston rentals.
There was a great article today about Main South revitalization efforts:
Worcester is currently very overvalued but that being said after living here for over well all my life there is a buzz.
@Ed Moran To say Worcester is over valued is totally inaccurate. Are you basing that because YOU are priced out of the market or because ROI on investment? And if it's the latter the Worcester market does better than most markets.
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