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40R Merrimac Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts

By Fred Light
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Welcome to Brown's Wharf at 40R Merrimac Street.

This first class historical building is located in downtown Newburyport, right on the waterfront and just minutes from Interstate 95, 495, and Routes 1 and 1A. Just 28 miles northeast of Boston, Newburyport is an historic seaport with a vibrant tourism industry. In addition, the commuter rail from Boston ends in Newburyport.

Close to restaurants, cafes, boutiques, shops, theatre, and the marina, this building has on site parking available.

The main entrance of the bulling will be totally renovated, installing a new staircase with granite steps, a glass railing, exposed beamed ceiling, wood paneling and high end glass doors.
With wonderful water views, the architectural detail begins with dramatic exterior and interior brick, window lines, and beam ceilings. This beautiful building features separate entrances, elevator, security system, and 24 hour access.

Fully air conditioned and heated, flexible configurations of up to 10,000 square feet of space can be accommodated.

Modern and efficient office space and natural lighting conditions ensure a comfortable working environment.

Tenant build out is available, and Brokers are protected

Newburyport's waterfront is growing and expanding, and this is your opportunity to be a part of this dynamic scene.

Call today to find out more information and arrange for your personal tour.

Newburyport, Massachusetts has a population of more than 16,000, which continues to grow each year as people are attracted to this historic seaside town. A short drive from both the New Hampshire border and the state capital of Boston, it is among the most beautiful towns in Massachusetts, with a bounty of ocean views and scenic architecture dating from as early as the 17th century. While the thriving downtown was in danger of being razed to make way for new retail establishments in the 1970s, local efforts halted the new plans and instead precipitated the community's emergence as a major historic destination on the North Shore. Once a major port on the Atlantic Ocean, Newburyport was the birthplace of the United States Coast Guard.