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Worcester Biotech Business Park Lands Financing for Site Preparation

Banker & Tradesman - December 2019
A planned biomanufacturing business park on the grounds of the former Worcester State Hospital is moving forward thanks to financing from Country Bank. The Worcester Business Development Corp. secured a $2.7 million loan from the Ware-based $1.5 billion-asset bank to fund site preparation efforts at The Reactory. The 46-acre complex has eight pads that can accommodate up to 530,000 square feet of development. The WBDC said in a statement. Read More

2020-01-16T20:02:01+00:00

WuXi Builds Momentum For Worcester Biomanufacturing Park

Worcester Telegram - October 2019
At a meeting on Nov. 13, the board is scheduled to review a site plan for the first building to be constructed on the site: a roughly 110,000-square foot, two-story clinical and commercial research and manufacturing bio-pharmaceutical facility for WuXi Biologics, according to the application before the board. Blais said he and the company are still negotiating a final purchase-and-sale agreement but he hopes the company will begin construction in the spring and create 100 to 150 jobs. He said he anticipates the purchase and sale will be completed in mid-November. Read More

2020-01-16T20:02:47+00:00

First Client In Works At ‘The Reactory’ Biomanufacturing On Former Worcester State Hospital Site

The Real Reporter - October 2019
The WBDC is in negotiations to secure the first tenant within The Reactory campus, WuXi Biologics, a Chinese contract development manufacturing organization. WuXi’s proposed $60 million facility would employ more than 150 people. In addition to WuXi’s interest, the WBDC is continuing its outreach efforts to identify and attract more biomanufacturing companies. Read More

2020-01-16T20:03:36+00:00

Workforce, Infrastructure Seen As Keys To Biotech Growth

Worcester Telegram - June 2019
Building on groundwork laid decades ago, the life sciences sector here continues to thrive and evolve, and an event Monday night at Mechanics Hall hosted by the Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives highlighted the past, the present and the future of the industry and its place in the city. Read More

2020-01-16T20:04:03+00:00