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March 28, 2013
Pfizer Tears It All Down
Yeah, I know, that's a headlines that could have been used several times over the years. But this time, they mean it: the company is demolishing their former research headquarters off Eastern Point Road in Groton. And local officials and developers aren't happy at all:
Officials involved in the negotiations said last-minute obstacles thrown up by Pfizer after a major developer had offered to purchase the 750,000-square-foot complex known as Building 118 made it appear as though the pharmaceutical giant never had been serious about finding a buyer.
. . .(Developer Stu) Lichter echoed legislators' suspicions that Pfizer never really intended to sell the building, despite the fact that it will cost more to demolish the structure than it would have to sell it, even for a nominal price.
Lichter said Pfizer initially told him that the company had a schedule for demolition, but if a deal could be worked out within a certain timetable, officials would seriously consider an offer.
But, according to Lichter, Pfizer kept bringing up additional issues that would stall negotiations.
Guys, wrecking balls are what Pfizer does.
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