LENOX – Tanglewood, the beloved summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and host to world-renowned acts like James Taylor, has certainly made its mark in the Berkshires. But to put a number on it, Tanglewood’s mark is worth almost $104 million.
According to a preliminary study conducted by Williams College economics professor Stephen C. Sheppard – and the research center he is in charge of – the famed concert grounds have a undeniable effect on the Berkshires.
Tanglewood’s economic impact has reached $104 million, compared to $60 million in 2006, Sheppard’s study shows.
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