Table Talk Pies and Chacharone Properties hold groundbreaking

September 04, 2020 - Owners Developers & Managers
Shown (from left) are: Harry Kokkinis, president, Table Talk Pies; James Chacharone, founder and principal
of Chacharone Properties; Robert Chacharone; mayor Joseph Petty; Candy Mero-Carlson,
Worcester councilor; Edward Augustus, Worcester city manager; and Peter Dunn,
chief development officer, Executive Office of Economic Development for the city of Worcester.

Worcester, MA On Thursday,  August 13th Table Talk Pies, Chacharone Properties and the city celebrated the groundbreaking of Table Talk Pies’ new bakery with a small gathering of Table Talk Pies employees and select city officials and dignitaries at the former Crompton & Knowles Complex. 

The new energy efficient 120,000 s/f bakery will produce dessert pies, in a more streamlined and efficient facility that will replace the Kelley Sq. operations. The new facility will include:

• Food grade production space, warehouse, and office space for Table Talk;

• High efficiency and environmentally-friendly construction materials that complement the designs of other updated buildings in the neighborhood; and

• The goal is to have the entire project completed and ready to begin operation in summer 2021. 

Table Talk will lease the building from Chacharone Properties. The new facility will include food grade production space, warehouse, and office space for Table Talk. Chacharone Properties plans to use high efficiency and environmentally-friendly construction materials that complement the designs of other updated buildings in the neighborhood. The goal is to complete the project and be ready to begin operations in June 2021. Table Talk plans to employ 180 full-time operations staff at the new location.

The company’s retail store, The Pie Store, will remain in its current location at 153 Green St.

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