WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL – The city of Marlborough has received more than $3 million in state funds towards Route 20 improvements that the Marlborough Economic Development Corp. says will open the area to $160 million in commercial development.
The $3.05 million MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant announced Tuesday will fund road improvements along Route 20 West, including new turn lanes and upgraded signals, in support of the Apex Center of New England, MEDC announced.
According to MEDC, the $160-million mixed-use Apex Center development in Marlborough includes two new hotels, 200,000 square feet of entertainment and retail space, 110,000 square feet of new office space and six new restaurants, bringing new amenities to the region’s residents and employers.
“The project will not only be great for our residents, but it will also help attract new employers and prospective employees to our city,” Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant said in a statement.
This article by Sam Bonacci originally appeared here.