Formerly a Coutryfare Star Market grocery store, the largest retail space in the Nobscot Shopping Center has sat vacant for nearly a decade.
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Since reporting that the owners of the Nobscot Shopping Center had demolished the vintage sign that stood out front for the past half-century, there have been only small bits of news about the property's future.
I had this article almost finished last night, but was waiting for a reply from Steve Sylven, an official spokesperson for SuperValu Inc., (NYSE: SVU)
While most of the complaints about the shopping center have been directed at Centercorp Retail Properties, Inc., the listed agent for the plaza -- it appears Centercorp's hands are literally tied, preventing them from doing anything at the plaza.
According to Steve, "SuperValu", the parent company of ...[read more]
FRAMINGHAM CONSERVATION COMMISSION
The Framingham Conservation Commission will conduct a Public Hearing in the Blumer Community Room at the Memorial Building, 150 Concord Street, on Wednesday, April 6, 2011, at 7:30 pm on a Notice of Intent filed by Adam Connolly for the redevelopment of a portion of the subject parcel and site improvements at 500 Worcester Road.
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FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Framingham Housing Authority has issued a Legal Notice that it is looking for two 2-family houses to buy. The Authority issued a REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS which are to be, "received and evaluated on a rolling basis as described in [this] RFP until the Authority has selected a property for purchase".
Proposals will be received until the initial opening deadline of 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 18, 2011 at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Framingham Housing Authority.
If the Authority does not select a Proposal for purchase ...[read more]
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