Worcester Reactory Biopark

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A second parcel of the Reactory Biopark is under agreement to be developed by Galaxy Life Sciences, who would be builder and landlord of a $50 million property. Construction is said to complete in 2022:

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There’s a flashy video of the proposed research/ manufacturing facility, but it’s not clear to me if that is the final design.

A sister company of Galaxy redeveloped the old WRTA trolley yard on Grove Street into a type of strip mall and its design is - shall we say - more utilitarian.

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That's a damn beautiful building. Institutional, but a good representative.
 

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Not a lot of activity on any of the lots, besides the fact that the above Hale building has been razed at some point during spring:
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A second parcel of the Reactory Biopark is under agreement to be developed by Galaxy Life Sciences, who would be builder and landlord of a $50 million property. Construction is said to complete in 2022:

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Source: WBJournal

There’s a flashy video of the proposed research/ manufacturing facility, but it’s not clear to me if that is the final design.

A sister company of Galaxy redeveloped the old WRTA trolley yard on Grove Street into a type of strip mall and its design is - shall we say - more utilitarian.

Article in WBJ:
Foundation for the above research building has been poured. Otherwise not much activity at the Reactory.

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I would say construction pace is glacial but glaciers are actually moving faster these days than any big developments here.

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At this pace we’ll be through two more business cycles until this is completed.

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