NAI Hunneman debuts The Business Park at Myles Standish


The Business Park at Myles Standish
is a new development located adjacent to Myles Standish Industrial Park, New England’s largest and most successful industrial park. NAI Hunneman has been involved with Myles Standish Industrial Park for more than 30 years and Executive Vice President/Principal Cathy Minnerly has personally represented the park since 1996, overseeing more than 800 acres of development for industrial, office, and flex tenants.

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Myles Standish Industrial Park is already home to more than 100 companies, including General Dynamics, Comcast, Princess House, IQE Technology, Waters Associates and Verizon. Recently, NAI Hunneman brokered the $11.5-million sale of 115 acres at the park to Martignetti Companies, New England’s leading distributor of fine wines and spirits, who will construct a new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters and distribution center.

The Business Park at Myles Standish, located at 1380 Bay Street, has 45 acres of land available for office, flex and biotech users. (Parcel sizes range from 2-acres up to 20-acres) Developed and managed by the Taunton Development/MassDevelopment Corp., The Business Park at Myles Standish is strategically located with direct access to Interstate-495 in Taunton, a Gateway City designated as a Platinum Bio-Ready Community by the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council. Companies locating here will benefit from a large skilled workforce, economic development incentives from the City of Taunton and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant’s electric rates, which are some of the lowest in the state.

With parcels of land available to accommodate 20,000 square feet up to 300,000 square feet, The Business Park at Myles Standish is the final part of the equation that has resulted in more than 30 years of success that NAI Hunneman has brokered.

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