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Cleanup, Remediation Part of Greylock Works Redevelopment

The mill's been in industrial use for more than 100 years, including for its original use for textiles, as well as the burning and storing of coal, machining, storage and for aluminum anodizing, which is responsible for most of the contamination found on the site.

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Dumpsters Being Removed From Former Adams Paper Mill

Code Enforcement Officer Thomas Romaniak told the Board of Health on Wednesday that the business storing the full dumpsters on the 115 Howland Ave. property has moved most of them to a different location it also leases.

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Norad Mill Continues to Fill Up in North Adams

The Norad Mill continues to fill up with businesses, with owner David Moresi calculating the 100,000 square-foot building will be three-quarters full by the beginning of next year.

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North Adams' Norad Mill Gaining Tenants; Approvals Delayed a Month

Developer David Moresi, who purchased the 150-year-old Excelsior Mill earlier this year and resurrected its original name, came with plans for some of the exterior changes and two new tenants.

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North Adams Council OKs Sale Agreement for Windsor Mill

The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved the sale of the Windsor Mill. The decision came after more than a half hour of discussion that included concerns from two tenants in the mill.

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Mass MoCA Architects Propose Redevelopment of Windsor Mill

Simeon Bruner of Cambridge Development Corp., and principal of Bruner /Cott Architects, has offered $465,000 for the historic mill with the pledge to invest a minimum of $400,000 on facade and capital improvements within the next three years.

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North Adams Developer Sees Historic Mill as Thriving Business Hub

Local developer David Moresi envisions filling the former Excelsior Mill on Roberts Drive with a thriving community of entrepreneurs, businesses and artisans. He expects to make announcements in the coming weeks about new tenants that are already in the works and will begin aggressively marketing the complex.

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New Clocktower Owners Eye 'Adaptive Reuse' of Historic Building

The new owners of the historic Sheaffer-Eaton mill, now known as the Clocktower Building, are looking to modernize the entire building to fit today's business needs. The building whose anchor tenants include the Berkshire Eagle and Berkshire Health Systems was purchased by Scarafoni Associates under a new holding company Clocktower Partners LLC. for $1 million. In the next few years, the company is looking to invest millions into it to attract small businesses.

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Developer Carver Buys Pittsfield Clock Tower Building

Developer David Carver has purchased the Clock Tower building on South Church Street. The building houses the Berkshire Eagle and a number of offices. Recently, the Eagle was told by Media News Group to a team of investors but the building remained in the hands of the the parent company Digital First Media. Carver, in part of a new enterprise Clock Tower Partners, LLC. has purchased the building an has plans for a multi-year renovation.

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Patience Pays Off as Ribbon is Cut at Williamstown's Cable Mills

It took 14 years to turn a decrepit hulk of a mill into 61 luxury housing units. The project was halted by, among other things, the economic crisis of 2008 and sometimes seemed like a victim of bad luck. But it was a stroke of good luck that sparked the Cable Mills project.

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Affordable Housing Developers Plan to Reuse Williamstown Mill

"It's part of the history of the town and part of the fabric of the neighborhood and it allows us to create a mix of housing." — Elton Ogden

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