Yesterday’s Boston Globe featured a story on the little growth spurt we’ve been experiencing in the area, and it was neat to see my uber-uber-boss, Beth Friday, VP of Rational Client Support, quoted at the end of the article.
In Littleton, IBM is upgrading two former Hewlett Packard buildings on Route 110, and will relocate software professionals there beginning in January. Some employees will work at IBM’s existing Westford campus on Technology Park Drive, just off Route 110. By 2010 the company is expected to boost the area’s daytime population by 3,400.
“We’re working with local officials to endorse economic development in the area,” said Beth Friday, IBM vice president of customer support.
Friday said company officials hope to attract more day-care centers and restaurants to the economic artery.
There’s already one big new day care center going up right now on 119.
And the center of town just got re-paved. w00t!
I think it’s probably time to get inside the IBM buildings again for another photo shoot. 🙂