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The vibrant city of Peabody, Massachusetts is 17 miles north of Boston at the crossroads of Route 128, I-95, & Route 1. In addition to being a great place to live, Peabody thrives as regional employment center and is a focal point for the North Shore economy.

Starting a new business venture or relocating your company? Come to Centennial Park, Peabody! Available spaces in the North Shore’s premier business park offer tremendous quality and value. These first-class commercial spaces are perfectly suited for office, technology, R&D, biotech, healthcare, manufacturing, or related uses. Your business could be Centennial Park’s next great success story!

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about Centennial park

The North Shore’s premier business park, Centennial Park in Peabody, Massachusetts is where first-class office users work side-by-side with R&D, technology, manufacturing, and healthcare professionals.

Developed by the Peabody Community Development Authority in the mid-1980s, Centennial Park has a pastoral campus setting on the prosperous North Shore of Boston. The park’s developers made it a priority to preserve open space and wooded areas and as a result the park is green and spacious. This 307-acre business park has unbeatable highway access, directly off exit 28 at the junction of Route 128 and I-95, and just 2 minutes to Route 1.

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Location & Convenience

Centennial Park in Peabody is strategically located at the crossroads of Route 128, I-95 and Route 1, and is only 17 miles to Boston and Logan International Airport. Directly off exit 28 on Route 128, the business park’s proximity to the highway is unbeatable. Commuting to and from work, traveling to off-site meetings, or inviting visitors to come to you is a breeze when your corporate office is right off the exit ramp.

Accessibility & Transportation

Many of the professionals who drive to work in Centennial Park enjoy a reverse commute. The stresses of bumper-to-bumper traffic and highway congestion that can come with working in Boston or along Route 128 from Woburn to Burlington seem far away.

For those who prefer to use public transportation, Centennial Park is on a commuter shuttle route in Peabody with stops at the Northshore Mall, Peabody Square, and the Salem train station. The MBTA services Centennial Park via the Lynn Commuter Rail Busway to downtown Boston. Massport offers express bus service to Logan International Airport. And, the Commuter Rail is available in nearby Salem.

These transportation resources may be useful when visiting Centennial Park or planning your future commute to work:

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life in Peabody

Centennial Park in Peabody is strategically located at the crossroads of Route 128, I-95 and Route 1, and is only 17 miles to Boston and Logan International Airport. Directly off exit 28 on Route 128, the business park’s proximity to the highway is unbeatable. Commuting to and from work, traveling to off-site meetings, or inviting visitors to come to you is a breeze when your corporate office is right off the exit ramp.

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statistics & Demographics

Centennial Park in Peabody is strategically located at the crossroads of Route 128, I-95 and Route 1, and is only 17 miles to Boston and Logan International Airport. Directly off exit 28 on Route 128, the business park’s proximity to the highway is unbeatable. Commuting to and from work, traveling to off-site meetings, or inviting visitors to come to you is a breeze when your corporate office is right off the exit ramp.

Peabody by the Numbers:

  • The city of Peabody is 16.88 square miles.
  • Peabody was incorporated as a city in 1916.
  • According to the 2015 Census estimates, Peabody’s population is 55,504.
  • The largest segment of the population is made up of professionals between the ages of 35 and 60.
  • Peabody is one of the few cities in Eastern Massachusetts to see an increase in manufacturing jobs over the last 15 years.
  • 2016 Total Population:
    6,825 (1 mile from Centennial Park); 89,926 (3 miles from Centennial Park);
    287,908 (5 miles from Centennial Park)
  • 2016 Total Households:
    2,566 (1 mile from Centennial Park);
    37,246 (3 miles from Centennial Park);
    1142,227 (5 miles from Centennial Park)
  • 2016 Median Household Income:
    $81,308 (1 mile from Centennial Park);
    $67,603 (3 miles from Centennial Park);
    $65,097 (5 miles from Centennial Park)
  • 2016 Average Household Size:
    2.60 (1 mile from Centennial Park);
    2.40 (3 miles from Centennial Park);
    2.50 (5 miles from Centennial Park)
  • 2016 Average Vehicles:
    2.00 (1 mile from Centennial Park);
    2.00 (3 miles from Centennial Park);
    2.00 (5 miles from Centennial Park);
  • 2016 Median Housing Value:
    $338,833 (1 mile from Centennial Park);
    $318,739 (3 miles from Centennial Park);
    $333,209 (5 miles from Centennial Park);

Available commercial Space

request More info:

Greg Regazzini

Senior Vice President, Director of Leasing

gregazzini@combinedproperties.com

781.321.7800 x318

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