Tewksbury lands another high-tech company.
Tewksbury's recent economic resurgence has received another booth with word that Andover-based Cambridge Isotope Laboratories Inc. will be re-locating some of its operations to Tewksbury. CIL will be leasing 38,500 square feet of space at the Highwood Office Park, according to a report published by the Boston Globe. CIL manufactures research biochemicals for use by researchers at hospitals, government agencies, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, etc. According to the Globe report, CIL plans to move some administrative offices to the Tewksbury facility some time in the spring. The company is leasing the space from BPG Properties Ltd., which owns the office park, located off Andover Street near the Tewksbury Holiday Inn.
Family recreation center to feature laser tag, mini-golf, arcade and snack bar.
With each passing day, Gary Brown's vision for the property at 2087 Main St. is becoming closer to reality. Some time in November, Brown is expecting to open Merrimack Valley Pavilion, a family-friendly recreation complex featuring a multi-level laser tag arena, a miniature golf course and an arcade. The complex will also feature a snack bar. "We’re hoping to be completed (construction) in early November," said Brown. " And then with time (to acquire the) occupancy permit. Hopefully we'll be open soon after that." The property, which had once been the home to the New England Grand Prix go-cart track, had been vacant for many years. Brown bought the property from a bank in September 2011 and in February 2012 he submitted his plans for …