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We are the North Shore’s premier waterfront business center, on thirty acres with magnificent views of Salem Harbor and more.

Best Places to Live 2013: Starting Out, According to Boston Magazine

By Casey LyonsBoston Magazine | March 2013


This North Shore city is charmed and charming.
Median home price; $249,900
One-year change: -3.9%

Salem’s Pickering Wharf, viewed from the water. (Photo by Getty Images)

Salem is luring in all kinds of new nesters, and magic has nothing to do with it. There’s the darling downtown—named the best shopping district in the state last year by the Retailers Association of Massachusetts—which is dotted with restaurants and designer boutiques. There’s also the upcoming $300 million renovation of the Peabody Essex Museum, already considered one of the most important non-big-city players in national art circles. Add it all up, and there’s really no reason to leave town at all. When you do, though, the ongoing effort to make the 20-minute commuter-rail ride into Boston even easier has the MBTA building a new five-story parking garage, and the popular ferry service is also set to expand.

4,312: Number of historical places.

Shetland Park in historic Salem, Massachusetts, the North Shore’s premier waterfront business center for

  • Prime Office
  • Research & Development
  • Light Manufacturing
  • Warehouse/Storage
  • Small Business Center
  • Rent-A-Desk
  • Self-Storage

Located on thirty acres of oceanfront property, Shetland Park is a 1.5 million square foot business center, surrounded on three sides by water with magnificent views of Salem Harbor, Baker’s Island, Pickering Wharf, the schooner Friendship at Derby Wharf National Historic Site, and Marblehead. View Satellite Map, Courtesy Google Earth

Easy Access…
Shetland Park is conveniently accessible by Routes 128, 114, 107, 35 and 1A. Route 128 is a short fifteen minutes away, and Boston’s Logan International Airport is a mere 30 minutes from Shetland Park.

Bus service is provided by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) stopping at Shetland Park’s Main Entrance.

Salem’s MBTA commuter rail station is a ten minute walk from the Salem stop to Shetland Park.

The Boston/Salem Harbor Ferry is a seven minute walk from our facility.

Marina slips are available at Shetland Park.