As suburban Boston's leading full-service commercial real estate firm, we offer an exceptional selection of office, lab, retail, medical, and flex space in 10 Greater Boston communities along the Route 128 corridor. Your business will find many benefits including attractive lease rates, highway accessible properties, amenity-rich areas, and ample free parking.
Located just 18 miles north of Boston, Beverly is one of the most desirable locations on the North Shore. The historic seaside community features an impressive number of modern amenities, including a vibrant restaurant scene and a rich arts and culture district. Join more than 525 diverse businesses, including Merrill Lynch, American Renal, Lahey Health/ Beverly Hospital, Partners HealthCare, Sensitech, Microline Surgical, Xylem, and Waters.
The largest office and technology campus on the North Shore, Cummings Center is an ideal setting for companies seeking first-class office, lab, retail, medical, or industrial space. This award-winning campus is just 2 miles from Route 128 and offers abundant amenities, free covered parking, and responsive on-site property management.
Check out our video showcasing the North Shore's premier business campus, home to a thriving network of more than 500 businesses.
Our newest mixed-use development, Dunham Ridge sits on a 54-acre picturesque campus and offers purchase and build-to-suit leasing opportunities, some directly fronting Route 128. New construction will feature modern, state-of-the-art design, as well as flexible floor plates and energy-efficient construction.
Located at the intersection of I-95 (Route 128) and Route 3, Burlington is one of the region's growing suburban tech submarkets. Driving time is just 18 minutes to Boston and Cambridge, and 15 minutes to Waltham and the Mass Pike (I-90). Employers in Burlington benefit from its increasing urbanization and major retail developments, such as Burlington Mall and Wayside Commons, offering hundreds of personal and business amenities. The suburban town is home to Avid Technology, Citrix, Keurig, Lahey Clinic Medical Center, and Oracle Corporation, among other major firms.
Located in central Massachusetts, Marlborough has a small town feel with the amenities of a city. This scenic area is home to the New Horizons assisted living and retirement community, operated by Cummings Foundation.
Whether you're seeking an independent living community or an assisted living community for your loved ones, the staff at New Horizons at Marlborough would be delighted to bring you on a tour of our campus.
Marlborough is a quiet town where seniors can enjoy nature walks, or fish in one of the many lakes and rivers. While the area is scenic, making for picture-perfect sunsets and pleasant picnics, there are also many amenities in the area.
Nearby is the bustling town of Framingham, which boasts a massive movie theater and ample dining options along Route 9. For those seeking a more tranquil atmosphere, the neighboring town of Sudbury is filled with farmer's markets, walking paths, and antique shops. When seniors are looking for a day out on the town, Marlborough, Sudbury, and Framingham offer plenty of amenities.
If you're seeking a retirement community for your relative, but you don't want to be too far, Marlborough is located just 31 miles outside Boston and 23 miles outside Worcester. Centrally located near Newton, Hudson, Shrewsbury, Wellesley and a dozen other towns, Marlborough is in the heart of Greater Boston.
Ideally located adjacent to Cambridge, Medford and Somerville sit in one of the most popular and thriving regions in New England. You will have easy access to a diverse, vibrant community known for its restaurants, cafes, vintage shops, urban gardens, and easily navigable bicycle trails. Medford is home to Tufts University, and several other major academic institutions, including Harvard and MIT, are nearby. Medford and Somerville are easily reached by public transportation and are just minutes from I-93.
Medford boasts 24 public parks, including a variety of basketball courts, soccer fields, and swimming pools, perfect for team-building after work. Somerville's multitude of squares, including Davis, Porter, and Union Square, are filled with fine dining, diners, and unique bars, lending a neighborhood feel to this urban community.
Leasing an office in Medford and Somerville has a wealth of advantages for large and small businesses. Not only will your company be in a centrally located area surrounded by restaurants, clothing stores, bars, antique shops, etc., giving your employees something to do on break, but there's also plenty of public transportation nearby. For those who don't own a vehicle, or who want to rely on the bus or train, Somerville and Medford both are accessible to the MBTA's Red Line, and there are several public buses.
While prices can skyrocket deep in the city, Medford and Somerville offer more affordable offices for lease while being close to both the suburbs and the city.
Stoneham offers outstanding local services and roadways linking in all directions. Only nine miles north of Boston, it is directly off I-93 and just a few highway miles from I-95 (Route 128). Driving time is just 12 minutes to Boston and Cambridge, and 20 minutes to Waltham and the Mass Pike (I-90). MBTA express bus service to and from downtown Boston is also available, making Stoneham a most convenient locale.
Midway between Boston and Worcester, Sudbury is at the heart of the Massachusetts MetroWest region. Sudbury is known for its charming rural character and historical landmarks. Located just outside the I-95 loop, the lighter traffic in this area makes Sudbury an attractive alternative to Waltham for suburban commuters. It is known for its charming rural character and historical landmarks, and it is easily accessed by I-95 (Route 128) and I-90 (Mass Turnpike).
Easily accessed by I-95 (Route 128) and I-90 (Mass Turnpike), Sudbury is a quaint community ideal for growing families. With a superb educational system and having been voted one of the safest towns in the country, this is the perfect location to settle down. Residing and working in Sudbury are attractive to many, as traffic is light, it's a safe and friendly environment for children, and most companies offer competitive compensation.
After work, there are plenty of upscale restaurants, pizzerias, and cafes to enjoy with the family, not to mention the drive through Sudbury is absolutely gorgeous. Over the last few years, businesses have been taking advantage of the real estate in the up-and-coming town of Sudbury. There is plenty of room for businesses to expand and, if they need to meet clients in the city, the commuter rail is nearby.
Scenic Wakefield is conveniently located, with I-95 (Route 128) along its northern edge and Boston just 10 miles to the south. For those wishing to take public transportation, the MBTA offers regular service to Boston via commuter rail, as well as bus service to the Orange Line. Wakefield has preserved much of its New England charm and is recognized for its thriving businesses and strong community involvement.
Home to beautiful Lake Quannapowitt and abutting Breakheart Reservation, Wakefield is one of the more scenic towns in Massachusetts and is filled with rolling hills, picturesque woodlands, and pleasant waterfront parks. Businesses have the opportunity to lease real estate in Wakefield, affording employees picture-perfect views from their desks. Due to the quiet nature of Wakefield, workers can feel completely at ease as they take a stroll on break or go for an after-work run.
Because Wakefield is only 15 minutes from the city, employees have the luxury of residing in Boston or settling down in the quaint community of Wakefield.
A suburban community 15 miles north of Boston, Wilmington has a mix of residential neighborhoods, commercial districts, and industrial parks. Its proximity to I-93 and two MBTA commuter rail train lines to Boston make Wilmington an attractive place to live and work. In addition, the town's strong community spirit provides numerous opportunities for local businesses to connect with residents.
While Wilmington is perhaps quieter than traditional suburban communities surrounding Boston, this makes it the perfect town for expanding businesses. Wilmington is filled with appealing homes and safe neighborhoods, allowing growing families to move to and work in the area. The commute is simple, and there is often very little traffic. And when Wilmington residents want to visit the city, they're only a 30-minute drive from Boston.
For those seeking a more subdued area that still offers plenty of amenities, Wilmington is the ideal location. Wilmington provides residents with a pleasing balance of tranquil environment, affordability, and close proximity to the bustling city.
A short 10-minute drive from Boston and Cambridge, Woburn is conveniently located at the junction of I-95 (Route 128) and I-93, with access to MBTA bus and commuter rail service - a major benefit for the city's significant business population. Woburn boasts many amenities, such as restaurants, hotels, and retail shops.
Rated a Platinum-level BioReady Community by Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, the area is fast becoming a life sciences hub. Woburn is home to more than 100 established and startup firms, including Amgen, Covaris, Courtagen, Cryogenetics, EMD-Millipore, and Genzyme
Conveniently located off I-93 (Exit 45), just north of I-495, 40 Shattuck Road, Andover is on the corner of River Road in a well-known corporate neighborhood. The property offers convenient access to major highways, meticulously landscaped grounds, and proximity to many desirable amenities, including daycare, hotels, and restaurants.
Situated in Essex County, Andover is a dynamic suburb centrally located near Boston, MA. With convenient access to the commuter rail, Andover is ideal for Boston residents looking to commute into the suburbs for work or vice versa. With two commuter rails available and a bus, the commute is simple in Andover, especially for those who rely on public transportation. Andover is ideal for both large and small businesses, as this is an affordable area with an array of restaurants and shops, perfect for lunch breaks. If you have clients visiting from out of town, there are plenty of accommodations in the area where your guests can stay, and many of these have conference rooms for meetings.
Some other perks of leasing a commercial space in Andover include street maintenance, snow removal, and recreational areas perfect for company outings.