First constructed in 1960 as a 40,000-square-foot light manufacturing facility, 600 North Bedford Street has undergone a number of expansions and is now a 300,000 square foot industrial facility well suited for manufacturing, assembly and distribution use. The building can be expanded by upwards of 150,000 square feet.


Use Light manufacturing, warehousing and office support
Stories Five interconnected one-and two-story buildings
Site Size 49.7 acres, part of a larger site of 120 acres
Building Size 300,000 square feet
Year Built/Renovated Five buildings built between 1960 and 1980
Roof Building 1+4: Low-slope, gravel, surfaced built-up

Building 2: Low-slope, fully adhered, single-ply, TPO membrane

Building 3+5: low-slope, fully adhered, single-ply EPDM membrane

Clear Height 24′ to 28′ in warehouse, 12′ to 16′ in manufacturing areas
Bay Size 44′ by 50′
Loading 29 docks
HVAC Warehouse has ceiling hung heaters, manufacturing and office buildings have roof and mezzanine mounted units with large chiller/compressor cores for service
Fire Protection Wet sprinkler system with electric and diesel
Fire Alarm Fully addressable fire alarm system
Electric 13.8 kVA, 600-3,000-amp, 3-phase, 277/480-volt mains servicing various utility electric vaults
Utilities Water & Sewer: town

Electric: National Grid

Gas: Columbia Gas

Rail Service Not Applicable
Parking 880 spots
Elevator Freight elevator and industrial elevator and new passenger elevator