Worcester, Ma. Real Estate Information
Positioned in Central Massachusetts, which comprises 38 square miles Worcester is the 2nd largest city in New England. Culturally Worcester offers several nice theater and entertainment venues which include the DCU Center, Mechanics Hall and the Hanover Theater.
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Around the City
Along with a growing employment base in research and technology; Worcester County at large remains a great place to make your home. Our Property Management services in Worcester provide local property owners assistance in Worcester County.
Worcester’s education is taken seriously and the ten colleges and universities that make their home here prove that. Holy Cross founded in 1843 and Clark University founded in 1887 are among the best nationally recognized colleges in the United States today. Worcester offers great educational and career opportunities with the diverse educational settings provided here.
Transportation links via the newly restored Union Station make commuter train service available to Boston and points west. The central location of Worcester, in the “Heart of the Commonwealth”, means it’s easily accessible to travelers and businesses wishing to establish themselves here. Apartments For Rent in Worcester County Ma along with real estate sales continue to be robust for S & R Properties. There is a reason why Worcester continues to be a great place to invest in real estate. Those reasons include: transportation link to Boston and beyond, resurgence of downtown activities and restaurants, an influx of investment capital, and because Boston is too expensive and consumers are looking at other options.
Foodies enthusiasts are surrounded by many Chef owned and operated establishments making Worcester a great place to have a wonderful meal. The Worcester’s Public Market Place , a miniature version of Bostons famous Quincy Market, is one of many interesting places to dine. It is a multi-vendor, food oriented public venue that also has a small merchant area. Located in the Canal District it is sure to be a big hit especially since it is very close to the new Polar Park, home of the Worcester Red Sox.