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Economic Development

Malden's Open Space Plan Approved Through 2024

The City received final approval from the State's Division of Conversation Services for a new Open Space and Recreation Plan for Malden through December 2024.
 

The plan was drafted by a 13 member committee that assisted the...

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New Office Space at 295 Canal Street

Combined Properties Inc. is actively marketing its new office building at 295 Canal Street. The five-story building contains 67,000 square feet of which 55,000 square feet is leasable. There will be a small retail space on the ground floor. 

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Exchange Two Hundred Will Market to Innovative Economy Tenants

Berkeley Investments (Berkeley) is working with the City of Malden and the Malden Redevelopment Authority on the repositioning of 200 Exchange Street, which has been rebranded as Exchange Two Hundred.  The building is in the heart of Malden...

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Transformation Underway in Downtown Malden

Properties that were once home to Malden City Hall and the Malden Police Station are being transformed into a unique 100 percent market rate, mixed-use project on the site where the Malden Government Center complex once stood.  Jefferson...

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Fixing Another Flawed Government Center

Fixing Another Flawed Government Center Malden Square Attracts Investors
Steve Adams | Banker & Tradesman Staff | May 15, 2016

 

The first thing that stood out to Sandi Silk was the transit numbers.
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Small Squares Improvement Projects

In addition to Malden Square, the City of Malden boasts several "small squares" which are gateways to various neighborhoods across the community. In recent years the Malden Redevelopment Authority worked with city officials to bring improvements...

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MAPC Study Shows Downtown Parking Needs to be Better Organized

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) released its final report of findings on a Malden Center Parking Study that highlights the needs and challenges facing local businesses, consumers and visitors to the downtown Malden area. The MAPC is...

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