Worcester Telegram & Gazette
September 2021

Over two decades, Synergy Investments has amassed a $2 billion real-estate portfolio that provides office space for hundreds of companies across 5 million square feet in Greater Boston.

The firm’s Founder and CEO David Greaney told the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce on Thursday at Polar Park that the things that had attracted him to Boston are also in Worcester.

“All of the same things that prompted us to invest heavily in Boston 20 years ago, you have all the same characteristics here in the city of Worcester,” Greaney said, citing Worcester’s urban core, transportation network, schools and hospitals, expanding amenities such as restaurants, Polar Park and more.

With the firm’s Oct. 2019 purchase of 446 Main St. and ongoing renovation, they are also taking advantage of those characteristics.

 “It ticked all the boxes for us,” Greaney said.

Greaney was the keynote speaker at the chamber’s Breakfast Club meeting on Thursday, introducing members to Synergy’s philosophy and guiding principles, offering insight into the office space market in the midst of COVID-19, and previewing what may come for the iconic glass tower at 446 Main St.