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Commercial Property for Sale or Lease in Bellingham, MA

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Current Commercial Real Estate Listings in Bellingham, MA

land near I-495
For Lease

0 Maple Street, Bellingham

0 Maple Street, Bellingham, MA ,
ID 29458
For Lease

168 Mendon Street, Bellingham

168 Mendon Street, Bellingham, MA ,
ID 24245
Fully Leased

240 Maple Street, Bellingham

240 Maple Street,
ID 18208 · Size 25,000.00 ft2
Fully Leased

139 Mechanic Street, Bellingham

139 Mechanic Street,
ID 19268 · Size 9,111.00 ft2
Fully Leased
Fully Leased
Fully Leased

24 Williams Way, Bellingham

24 Williams Way,
ID 18200 · Size 34,700.00 ft2
commercial property for sale and lease in bellingham ma
Fully Leased

About the Bellingham, MA Commercial Property Market

Established in 1719 as the last incorporated town of Norfolk County, Bellingham Massachusetts quickly became a flourishing manufacturing mecca with a specialty in producing leather goods. Not surprisingly, the town has a long and rich history, not the least of which is its notable contribution to the causes of equality and religious liberty.

Today, Bellingham is home to some 16,000 residents and features the perfect blend of residential, industrial, and commercial properties. In fact, with several major distribution centers and nearly one million square feet of retail space located conveniently off of I-495, leasing commercial property in Bellingham promises to be a wise and profitable business decision.

Why you want to lease commercial property in Bellingham

Bellingham, MA is ideally located, bordering Rhode Island and juxtaposed with several bustling Massachusetts towns. Medway is located to the north, Franklin to the east, Wrentham to the southeast, Milford to the northwest, and Mendon, Blackstone, and Hopedale to the west. Woonsocket, RI is located to the south, offering fast and convenient access to TF Green airport, just south of nearby Providence, RI.

While Bellingham does not have any public transportation of its own, its central location provides ample access in and out, including Exit 18 of I-495 and major Routes 126 and 140, both of which run right through the heart of the town. Measuring just eight miles long and three miles wide, what Bellingham lacks in size it more than makes up for in charm, personality, and economic growth opportunity.

The small-town, suburban feel of Bellingham attracts families looking to settle down while the proximity to work is appealing to young professionals. This provides local businesses with ample access to both a qualified audience of prospective customers as well as a skilled, well-educated workforce. Furthermore, thanks to the Bellingham Business Association (BBA), an organization that promotes community growth through local commerce, business owners leasing commercial property in Bellingham enjoy all the support they need to realize sustainable success.

Who’s already here?

Thanks to aggressive development efforts in the early 90’s, Bellingham continues to experience explosive growth, particularly from a business perspective. Major retailers, including Home Depot, Whole Foods Market and Verizon have already established their position within the existing commercial landscape, with talks about additional developments promising even more opportunity. One thing’s for certain – for those interested in opening or relocating a business to Bellingham, the future looks bright.

To learn more about leasing commercial property in Bellingham or to find out what’s available in our inventory of properties, contact our leasing experts today!

Our Commercial Real Estate Brokers Specializing in Bellingham, MA

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