January 11, 2013 by Mark
United States Marine Sergeant-cum-author, Deniz Emre, will be at the Burlington Used Book Superstore promoting his recently published book, ‘Best Boot Forward’. Sergeant Emre penned this book as a directive to help fellow military veterans reclaim [Read more]
December 25, 2012 by Sarah
Now that the $15m renovation to Middlesex Commons is done, owners of the huge complex are eying another upgrade to a Burlington shopping complex.
North Carolina-based Edens, which owns 18 shopping malls in Massachusetts, has approached the Burlington planning commission for approval on refurbishing Burlington’s lights, signage and remodeled storefronts. There will be interior upgrades, plus a couple of restaurants in Burlington Crossroads would like a patio area.
The upgrades will, according to Burlington interim town planner Kristin Kassner:
“…ensure their continued success as a viable, dynamic plaza that has good tenants… and offers a good place to shop for local residents and employees.”
Edens purchased Middlesex Commons and Burlington Crossroads, which are only three miles away from each other, in 1998. Both properties are 39 years old and due for upgrading.
The company is famous for placing grocery stores as anchor tenants of each of its malls. Edens also has made a name for itself by purchasing complexes that are ripe for renovation, something it views as an opportunity. Grand openings of properties of this scale call for banner printing, to produce banners for the exterior and interior of shopping malls advertising the opening.
Officials from the company believe that its Burlington properties are well located and that potential customers in the area are well educated, ‘daytime’ shoppers.
Should the Burlington planning board approve the project, renovations will start in April and should be finished by December 31, 2013.
November 5, 2012 by Sarah
Ground has broken on a new Wegmans Food Market – the third store to operate in Massachusetts.
The new location is in [Read more]
October 5, 2012 by Mark
Arcadia Solutions, an IT consulting company for the healthcare industry, is one of the 5,000 private companies in America that saw the fastest growth in the last year, according to the [Read more]
September 11, 2012 by Sarah
burlington continues to be a popular relocation destination for American corporations.
Arbor Networks Inc, with current [Read more]
July 15, 2012 by Sarah
A section of the Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington is about to change lanes.
Burlington Selectmen have made a [Read more]
June 29, 2012 by Mark
One of America’s oldest educational institutions is relocating their regional offices to Burlington.
The New England Association of Schools and Colleges, established in 1885, will [Read more]
May 20, 2012 by Sarah
A new-assisted living community for seniors will open in Burlington within the next ten months.
Stonebridge at Burlington is currently being [Read more]
May 4, 2012 by James
April 3, 2012 by James
A U.S. coffee company that has revolutionized the single-serve drip coffee industry may move its headquarters to Burlington.
Keurig, already based in Massachusetts, is expanding and [Read more]