In the historic shops around Greenfield’s downtown square, you can buy a slice of pizza, get a haircut, and do your banking. It’s a throwback to another age, with handsome, century-old buildings and wide sidewalks, befitting a small city of just 21,000 people.
T2 Systems Inc. co-founder and car enthusiast Mike Simmons has bought a downtown building and is renovating it into an event and auto-storage space, where car club members can meet and mingle among their prized machines.
City officials say they hope to act quickly with Simon Property Group Inc. to determine the highest and best use for the Carson’s space at Circle Centre after the department store officially closes this spring, leaving the mall without an anchor.
They’re the silent saviors, the unsung heroes of the practice of law. Without them, most attorneys agree the show could not go on.
Serial restaurateur Mike Cunningham is beginning to confront a challenge many in his shoes would surely welcome.
City officials are considering an ordinance to crack down on hotels and motels they say are a magnet for crime, pose a danger to area residents, and drain city police and fire resources.
Strong economy helps stoke market, but residences priced at $1M-plus generally don’t sell quickly
On a Dec. 21 conference call with analysts, Finish Line Inc. executives used the word “promotional” a dozen times to describe the deep discounting that was undercutting their efforts to sell athletic shoes and apparel at full price. Often, they preceded “promotional” with the words “extremely” or “highly.”
Amazon’s plan to build a second U.S. headquarters, investing $5 billion and hiring 50,000 workers who average $100,000 a pop, is almost too immense to fathom.
How much do tax breaks drive charitable donations?