Central Mass.Worcester County by the numbers

Savvas Fotiadis (left), Katerina Fotiadis-Rajotte and Antonios Fotiadis announced their retirement on Facebook.


After 25 years as owner of The Manor and later Draft House Bar & Grill at 42 West Boylston St. In West Boylston, the Fotiadis family turned over management of the business to two chefs who had worked for the family for several years. Savvas Fotiadis, who owns and operates the banquet facility and restaurant with sister Katerina Fotiadis-Rajotte and brother Antonios (Tony) Fotiadis, confirmed that as of October 1, the establishment is leased by chef Francis Ushe and sous chef Franci Kulla. According to Fotiadis, there will be no changes to the menu or staffing at either company.

The current Clinton Town Hall features Presidents Kennedy and Carter as visitors.


For home buyers, Clinton (01510 ZIP) offers a variety of options, starting at under $200,000. Clinton was first settled by Europeans in 1654 as part of Lancaster. It was incorporated as a separate town in 1850 and was named after the Dewitt Clinton Hotel in New York. Today, it has a population of approximately 15,500 people on the 7.3 square miles surrounding the Wachusett Reservoir. There are currently 10 single-family homes for sale in Clinton, according to realtor.com. They range from $154,666 for a 1,483-square-foot four-bedroom listing to $599,900 for a 1,680-square-foot three-bedroom.

A vacant lot may be developed on Oriol Drive in Worcester.


A Texas-based developer is proposing a 220-unit complex near Lincoln Street, according to documents filed with the planning board. Maple Multi-Family Development LLC of Dallas plans to develop a 580,000-square-foot vacant lot at 3 Oriol Drive. Oriol Drive is located off Lincoln Street, approximately equidistant between the Lincoln Street/Boyleston Street Roundabout and Lincoln Square. The plan calls for the construction of two five-story buildings totaling 230,000 square feet and 344 parking spaces. The planning committee has been called for 12 meetings in October.

Renderings of the proposed building for the block between Shrewsbury and Albany Streets.


The Zoning Board of Appeals on Monday granted two special permits for a 218-unit residential project on Shrewsbury Street. Auburn’s Lundgren Equity Partners has proposed a seven-story building of approximately 205,000 square feet behind a shopping plaza at 225 Shrewsbury Street. and faces Albany Street. The proposed building will have approximately 50 studios and 50 two-bedroom apartments; the remainder will be one-bedroom apartments. The plaza includes Mexicali Cantina Grill and InHouse Coffee. Once, the building was home to the lawless Cadillac Pontiac. Industrial building at 68 Albany Street. It is proposed to be demolished and converted into a surface parking lot with 120 parking spaces.

Rendering of the warehouse in Sutton's plan.


Construction began Monday on Providence and Boston Roads in Sutton, where a local packaging company plans to open a 1 million-square-foot warehouse and manufacturing space. UN1F1ED² Global Packaging, a Sutton-based international packaging company, plans to construct two buildings on 448 acres of land. Representative of contractor RP Masiello Inc. The head of Boylston did not specify how long the project would take to complete, but he did say it would be “many years”. UN1F1ED² manufactures components for foam, air and wood packaging for industries ranging from commercial to life sciences.

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