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A once-barren and contaminated 80-acre site has been thoroughly cleaned and has been planted with more than 600 new deciduous trees. Thousands of hearty shrubs and other landscaping features have also been added with the conversion to Cummings Center.


After dominating Beverly for most of the 20th century, United Shoe Machinery Corporation is now little more than a cherished memory in the city. In 1999, the mammoth Cummings Center was designated the "United Shoe Machinery Corporation Historic District" by the U.S. Department of the Interior.


This cast iron flywheel, just south of the former foundry building near Elliott Street, is one of dozens of historic relics mounted in all corners of this new for commerce on Boston's North Shore. New luxury office space now in the foundry overlooks Upper and Lower Shoe Ponds.


Huge glass windows encase the former foundry complex where heavy machine parts were forged for 80 years. Two additional floors of fine office space were added under the cavernous roof of what was formerly the most rugged and battered of all the USMC structures. Idylic views over two on-site ponds greatly enhance the ambiance of the Cummings Center.



200 West Cummings Park
Woburn, MA 01801

Beverly 978-922-9000 Woburn 781-935-8000