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Worcester, Massachusetts

SuiteNet provides, through its members, extended stay and temporary corporate housing in furnished short-term apartments and corporate suites in Worcester, Massachusetts. The following is a list of extended stay and temporary corporate housing providers in Worcester:

Princeton Place

Princeton Place

285 Plantation Street, Worcester 01604

Princeton Place is the proud Recipient of the 2007 Rental Housing Association (RHA) Community of Excellence Award.There\'s no place like Princeton Place. Beautifully landscaped... more information

Worcester, Massachusetts City Info

Worcester (Massachusetts), city in central Massachusetts, seat of Worcester County, on a series of hills overlooking the Blackstone River. Lake Quinsigamond marks the eastern boundary of the city. Worcester is the state's second-largest city after Boston and an important manufacturing, insurance, and transportation center.

Since the late 1980s, biotechnological research has been important to the city's economy. The Massachusetts Biotechnology Research Park opened in 1987 and accommodates research facilities for numerous companies. CenTech Park was later developed nearby specifically for biotechnology-related manufacturing. The Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology (1944), a noted research center, is nearby. Worcester is an inland port of entry for foreign commerce, and major interstate highways and rail lines traverse the city. Air transportation is through Worcester Regional Airport.

Worcester played an important role in the political development of the United States. During the American Revolution (1775-1783), it was home to pamphleteer Isaiah Thomas, whose words helped unite opposition to the British. The city was active in Shays' Rebellion (1786-1787), a revolt against excessive land taxation that helped spur the creation of the Constitution of the United States. Residents were also early supporters of reform movements such as the abolition of slavery in the United States. The first national women's rights convention was held in Worcester in 1850.

Worcester was home to industrial innovation, including new methods of making wire, textiles, grinding wheels, and envelopes. In 1926 rocketry pioneer Robert H. Goddard, a professor at Clark University, fired his first liquid fuel rocket in nearby Auburn.

Worcester covers a land area of 97.1 sq km (37.5 sq mi), with a mean elevation of 145 m (475 ft). According to the 1990 census, whites are 87.3 percent of the population, blacks 4.5 percent, Asians and Pacific Islanders 2.6 percent, and Native Americans 0.3 percent. The remainder are of mixed heritage or did not report ethnicity. Hispanics, who may be of any race, are 9.3 percent of the people. Population 161,799 (1980); 169,759 (1990); 172,648 (2000).

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