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Commercial Property for Sale or Lease in Wellesley, MA

Current Commercial Real Estate Listings in Wellesley, MA

For Lease

195 Worcester St, Wellesley

195 Worcester Road,
ID 18784 30,000.00 ft2
Fully Leased

75 Central Street, Wellesley

75 Central Street,
in
ID 21278 6,850.00 ft2
For Lease
Fully Leased

372 Washington Street, Wellesley

372 Washington Street,
ID 19389 35,000.00 ft2
Full
Fully Leased

978-980 Worcester Street, Wellesley

978 Worcester Street,
ID 18789 24,588.00 ft2

The Benefits of Leasing/Owning Commercial Property in Wellesley

Often referred to as the “real estate holy grail” Wellesley, Massachusetts is constantly entertaining new construction and development projects. That’s just one of the reasons why it is a prime location for people looking to own/lease commercial property.

Considered part of Greater Boston, the city was settled in the 1600’s and is conveniently positioned to optimize business and commerce. Intersected by Rte. 9 and located near the Massachusetts Turnpike, the city is bordered by the surrounding towns of Newton, Weston, Natick, Needham, and Dover.

The median income in Wellesley is $159,167 making it the highest in the state with a population of 26,000 people. The town is known for having the second greatest concentration of residents with advanced degrees in the country, so not only are residents considerably wealthy, but smart as well. This makes for an ideal community of consumers and is one of the many benefits of leasing/owning commercial property in Wellesley.

In terms of commuters, there are 3 train stations and 7 walkable elementary schools, meaning people are consistently out and about (and also spending money). The town is also home to Wellesley College, a prestigious institution that draws brilliant minds.

The benefits of leasing/owning commercial property in Wellesley also include a green initiative. The Volunteer Renewable Energy Program called “Power to Choose” offers a variety of resources to the community to lower energy consumption. As a result, many businesses are actually purchasing electricity generated from wind power alone. So if you are a business owner looking to reduce your carbon footprint, this is yet another benefit to setting up shop in Wellesley.

The city of Wellesley has some of the most independently wealthy and intelligent consumers in the nation. There are benefits to leasing./owning property in this city on a variety of levels. Don’t settle for property that offers you anything less.

Our Commercial Real Estate Brokers Specializing in Wellesley, MA

Dean Blackey

Managing Director
Dean Blackey joined the company in 1999 and is now Managing Director at R.W. Holmes. His e ...

Arthur Amadei

Senior Vice President
Arthur came to R. W. Holmes in 2009 with decades of experience in the commercial real esta ...

Elizabeth Holmes

Director of Corporate Services
Elizabeth Holmes is the third generation of the Holmes family to work at R.W. Holmes Realt ...

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