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Commercial Property for Sale or Lease in Natick, MA

Current Commercial Real Estate Listings in Natick, MA

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8 Erie Drive, Natick

8 Erie Drive,
ID 18473 20,400.00 ft2
For Lease
Fully Leased
For Sale
Sold

6 Mercer Road, Natick

6 Mercer Road,
ID 21393 14,390.00 ft2
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Fully Leased

11 Mercer Road, Natick

11 Mercer Rd,
ID 21390 5,890.00 ft2
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Sold

22 Pleasant Street, Natick

22 Pleasant Street,
ID 19401 42,000.00 ft2
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Fully Leased

4 Strathmore Road, Natick

4 Strathmore Road,
ID 18417 15,000.00 ft2
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Fully Leased
For Lease
Fully Leased

9 Strathmore Rd, Natick

9 Strathmore Road,
ID 21179 20,300.00 ft2
For Sale
Sold

13 Tech Circle, Natick

13 Tech Circle,
ID 18429 6,600.00 ft2
Fully Leased

198 West Central St, Natick

208 West Central Street,
ID 21090 5,600.00 ft2
For Lease
Fully Leased
For Lease
Fully Leased

1075 Worcester Street, Natick

1075 Worcester Street,
ID 21446 61,000.00 ft2
Samantha Ludwig

Why Leasing/Owning Commercial Property in Natick, MA Makes Sense

Settled by Puritans and named after a Native American tribe, the town of Natick Massachusetts boasts a rich, deep-rooted history dating back to 1651.

In 1874, a devastating fire broke out in downtown Natick, destroying much of the town’s center, including 18 business blocks, two factories, the Town Hall, the fire engine house and the Congregational Church, as well as several homes. Thankfully, no lives were lost and the town – demonstrating true determination and unwavering optimism – set to work rebuilding. The many impressive brick buildings that remain standing there today are as a result of that rebuild.

The Boston Globe describes Natick’s vibrant downtown as a huge plus, pointing out the area’s broad streets, ample stores and plethora of thriving businesses. It doesn’t take much to see why the so-called “Home of Champions” has become a highly sought after location for business owners.

Why You Want to Lease Commercial Property in Natick

Dubbed the geographical center of the Metro West Region, Natick is ideally situated, both for residents as well as business owners. Surrounded by some of the most affluent towns in MA, the cost of living in Natick is surprisingly lower than most neighboring towns, though still respectable enough to make leasing commercial property in Natick a profitable venture. Of course, being located fewer than 20 miles west of Boston doesn’t hurt either.

Getting into and around town is a breeze, with easy access to 495, routes 128 and 9, and the Mass Turnpike. There are also two convenient commuter rail stations located right within town for those seeking public transportation, including Natick Center and West Natick.

Business owners considering making the move to Natick can enjoy access to a number of resources, including assistance from the Massachusetts Office of Business Development, which provides knowledge, expertise and hands-on guidance to help businesses thrive. And with ample development in the area, the number of beautiful commercial properties for lease in Natick continues to grow.

Who’s Already Here?

Interestingly enough, when you ask the locals which businesses call Natick their home, discussion inevitably turns to what used to be located here – namely the Hostess/Wonder Bread factory located on Speen Street – which is now home to the popular Natick Mall.

Of course, the town has successfully attracted a number of modern-day brands, including Cognex Corporation and The MathWorks Inc. The Morse Institute Library and The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN) are also considered anchors, attracting both residents as well as business owners looking to lease commercial property in Natick.

Natick has easily become an attractive locale for individuals and families alike to settle down. In fact, the town recently invested nearly $80 million in the development of a brand new, state-of-the-art high school. The town is also home to the renowned Walnut Hill School for the Arts and boasts some of the highest rated elementary schools in the country.

Not surprisingly, Natick is listed as one of the fasted growing neighborhoods in the Boston area. And given the fact that the largest portion of the population is between the ages of 25 and 44, Natick represents tremendous opportunity for businesses, both in terms of potential customers as well as talent pool.

If you are looking for a place to relocate or start a business in Massachusetts, Natick is the town for you. To find out what’s available or to learn more about how we can help you lease commercial property in Natick, contact us today!

Our Commercial Real Estate Brokers Specializing in Natick, MA

Garry Holmes

President
Garry joined R.W. Holmes Realty, Co. Inc. in 1986 as a licensed commercial real estate bro ...

Craig Johnston

Senior Vice President
Craig S. Johnston has been a member of the R. W. Holmes team since 1993 and presently hold ...

Dean Blackey

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

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