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Worcester Business Journal publishes “Support the WooSox Public Investment”

The Worcester Business Journal has published “Support the WooSox Public Investment” by Donna Truex, which expresses the support of the Pawtucket Red Sox’s move to Worcester. Below is an excerpt:

“The timing of the project couldn’t be better. The city is in the midst of a boom fueled by Boston’s economic strength and soaring real estate prices. Only 47 miles from Boston, Worcester offers lower rents, historic buildings, a nearby airport and an educated workforce from its nine colleges.

Yes, investing nine figures in one project is risky, but Worcester now has a new energy. Residents here have always had civic pride, so now with a path to success, it is not likely to flounder. Worcester has serious momentum going. Numerous private developers see it too and are making major investments in the city. It is all too easy to succumb to fear and negativity, but that never built a city.”

Continue to the Worcester Business Journal website for the full article.

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Donna M. Truex

Donna Truex is a practical real estate attorney with more than 24 years of problem-solving experience. She assists her clients with acquiring, using and developing real property throughout New England. Donna’s focus includes craft brewing and distilling, restaurant and hospitality establishments, as well as the acquisition and development of self-storage facilities and gas station/convenience stores. “I particularly enjoy being a part of my clients’ success stories,” notes Donna.

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Donna Truex is a practical real estate attorney with more than 24 years of problem-solving experience. She assists her clients with acquiring, using and developing real property throughout New England. Donna’s focus includes craft brewing and distilling, restaurant and hospitality establishments, as well as the acquisition and development of self-storage facilities and gas station/convenience stores. “I particularly enjoy being a part of my clients’ success stories,” notes Donna.

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