Cummings Properties, suburban Boston's leading full-service commercial real estate firm, leases office, lab, retail, and medical office space at locations in 10 communities along I-95, Route 128, and I-93. Join more than 2,000 other current clients in some of suburban Boston's most interesting and desirable locations.
Located just 18 miles north of Boston in Essex County, Massachusetts, one of the top 15 counties in the nation for biotech research and development jobs, Beverly is home to the North Shore’s largest office and technology campus, Cummings Center, as well as Cummings Properties’ newest acquisition at Dunham Road. Set in a lively seaside community, our Beverly properties house more than 525 diverse businesses, including Merrill Lynch, American Renal, Lahey Health/ Beverly Hospital, Partners HealthCare, Sensitech, Microline Surgical, Xylem, and Waters. Only a 25-minute drive from downtown Boston with easy highway access from Route 128, both campuses offer abundant free and covered parking, meticulously landscaped grounds, responsive on-site property management, and unparalleled amenities.
Located at the intersection of I-95 (Route 128) and Route 3, Burlington is a convenient town for businesses. Driving time is just 18 minutes to Boston and Cambridge, and 15 minutes to Waltham and the Mass Pike (I-90). Employers in Burlington enjoy hundreds of personal and business amenities at the Burlington Mall and Wayside Commons. The suburban town is also home to Lahey Clinic Medical Center, Oracle Corporation, SunGard, and a major Sun Microsystems engineering center.
Located in central Massachusetts, Marlborough offers 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.
Situated just five miles north of Boston and Cambridge, Medford is home to Tufts University and close to several other major academic institutions, including Harvard and MIT. It is easily accessible by both car and public transportation, with I-93 bisecting the city from north to south, and MBTA service via the Orange Line train and a number of bus lines.
Ideally located adjacent to Cambridge, Somerville sits in one of the most densely populated regions in New England. The diverse, vibrant community is known for its restaurants, cafes, vintage shops, urban gardens, and easily navigable bicycle trails. Somerville is easily accessible by public transportation via MBTA bus service and the Red Line train, and is just minutes from I-93.
A fine suburban community, 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. 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 accessible by I-95 (Route 128) and I-90 (Mass Turnpike).
Scenic Wakefield is conveniently located with I-95 (Route 128) along its north 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. Wakefield has preserved much of its historic New England appearance and is recognized for its thriving businesses, strong community involvement, and beautiful Lake Quannapowitt.
A suburban community 15 miles north of Boston, Wilmington has a mix of residential neighborhoods, commercial districts, and industrial parks. Its close proximity to I-93 and two MBTA commuter train lines to Boston make Wilmington an attractive place to live and work. Additionally, the town's strong community spirit provides numerous opportunities for local businesses to connect with residents.
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. The area is fast becoming a life sciences hub, with more than 100 established and startup firms in the area, including Amgen, Covaris, Courtagen, Cryogenetics, EMD-Millipore, and Genzyme.
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