Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts Moves Into New Stoughton Office
November 1, 2014 : The Enterprise, by Cody Shepard
STOUGHTON - The Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts office is now consolidated under one roof.
With offices previously in Quincy and Taunton, the nonprofit moved into a Technology Center Drive office in Stoughton on Thursday.
MassDevelopment, more formally known as the Massachusetts Development Financing Agency, arranged a $4,139,000 tax-exempt bond, purchased by Eastern Bank. The bond was used to buy and renovate a 55,000-square-foot, three-story building in Stoughton.
“What this site does for us is it gives us a bigger space and allows us to develop and grow programs that we're running or want to run,” said Larry Spencer, the chief executive officer of Cerebral Palsy. “The interest rate allows us to purchase more building than we may have otherwise been able to.”
The building was purchased in June and has been renovated over the last few months. Spencer said the Quincy office was moved into the Stoughton office on Thursday and the Taunton office was moved in on Friday. The organization will keep a small satellite office in Taunton for staff who live in the area to get supplies, said Spencer.
Moving the office to Stoughton is expected to create 10 office jobs.
Cerebral Palsy of Massachusetts provides services to disabled individuals. The organization offers several programs and adult classes.
“Even just for the continuity of programs, it will be nice that we're all under one roof,” said Spencer.
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