Economic Development

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Welcome to Beverly!  The City of Beverly is a spectacular location to work, live, play, learn and grow your business. Explore our Economic Development web page to learn more about Beverly’s vibrant economy, many amenities, natural beauty and welcoming neighborhoods. 

A warm welcome to small businesses looking to locate in beautiful and vibrant Beverly!

Join the mix!  From larger retailers to many smaller independents they are making Beverly an incredible shopping and dining experience.  We will answer your questions regarding permitting, available locations and more.  Contact Denise Deschamps via email at ddeschamps@beverlyma.gov or by phone at 978-605-2356.

Click here to read Mayor Cahill’s letter which appeared in Retailers Association of Massachusetts’ newsletter.

New England Journal of Real Estate names construction of HighRes Biosolutions’ headquarters  in Beverly (with Connolly Brothers of Beverly as the developer) their PROJECT OF THE MONTH!

Read more by clicking here.

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Above: Rendering of HighRes Biosolutions’ new headquarters

People are talking… yet again about Beverly’s North Shore InnoVENTURES.  Leading  accelerator for cleantech and biotech startups with supportive eco-system embedded.  Read more in Travis McCready’s (Mass. Life Science Center) blog:  “…you do not have to locate in Kendall Square to be successful.”

MOVIES ARE BEING MADE in BEVERLY-Photos of film crew setting up in downtown Beverly

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Incentives

Permitting

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Why Beverly

Development Showcase 2016

View our list of City of Beverly-Commercial[non-residential] city-of-Beverly-commercial non-residential-properties-for-lease-as-of-10-27-16 or the list of city-of-Beverly-commercial non-residential-properties-for-sale-as-of-10-27-16Addendum to list with four additional retail-flex properties for lease.  If you want to see where these properties are located in Beverly and discover other facts use our robust GIS system.

Please contact our Economic Development Planner/Permitting Liaison, Denise Deschamps, if you have questions.  Denise’s direct line is 978-605-2356.  Her email address is ddeschamps@beverlyma.gov 

Map Highlighting Commercial and Industrial Zones and Points of Interest (click on the map to view a larger version)

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