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Michael Angelini and Mark Borenstein

Michael Angelini and Mark Borenstein Selected for Worcester Business Journal Power 100 for 2024

Mike Angelini and Mark Borenstein have been selected for the Worcester Business Journal’s (WBJ) Power 100 for 2024. The list is comprised of the 100 most influential people in Central Massachusetts – those individuals who shape the economy and the community.

This is the fourth year Mike has been named to the list (which was previously named the Power 50). Mike’s 55-year career in law and community involvement in numerous organizations in Worcester make him a nearly universally respected figure in the Central Massachusetts business community. Mike is chairman of the Worcester Redevelopment Authority, which helps the City of Worcester facilitate economic development by buying properties and overseeing projects like the $160-million construction of Polar Park baseball stadium. He is also a board member of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, where he mentors up-and-coming board members and helps oversee the organization’s $198-million endowment.

An inaugural member of the Power 100, Mark has represented developers who are looking to permit hundreds of new housing units, helping Central Massachusetts address its shortage of housing stock. This includes working to gain approvals for a 94-unit building on Mason Street, the $160-million redevelopment of the Worcester Housing Authority’s Lakeside Apartments, and the rezoning of six acres in Worcester to allow for the construction of dense, affordable, and accessible housing for seniors. Beyond housing, Mark represents clients in commercial development projects and helps breweries, wineries, and distilleries gain necessary regulatory approvals. Mark is also a member of the advisory committee for Worcester Now/Next and is helping to craft a vision for the future of development and planning in the city for the next three decades.

View all of the WBJ Power 100 for 2024 profiles on the Worcester Business Journal’s website (subscription required).


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