Haverhill, Massachusetts is home to approximately 62,000 residents. Situated at a vital juncture, roughly equidistant from both Boston, Massachusetts and Manchester, New Hampshire, Haverhill has become an idyllic residential community for local employees and/or commuters into either Boston or Manchester. Haverhill is host to computer technology and research companies that benefit from the town’s industrial parks and downtown business district. The town lies along Interstate 495 and is also crossed by State Routes 97, 108, 110, 113 and 125.  200 Ward Hill Avenue is conveniently located less than three miles from the Haverhill MBTA Commuter Rail Station and regional bus service is provided by the Merrimack Valley Transit Authority.


Use: Warehouse and distribution facility
Stories: Two stories
Site Size: 7.70 acres
Building Size: 177,306 square feet
Construction: Steel frame. CMU
Year Built/Renovated: 1983, renovated 1995
Roof: Ballasted EPDM, Built Up tar & gravel
Clear Height: 18′ to 45′
Bay Size: 30′ by 45′
Loading: 8 docks
HVAC: Packaged RTU serve office, Cambridge heating units serve warehouse
Fire Protection Wet sprinkler system throughout
Fire Alarm: Fully addressable fire alarm system
Electric:: 277/480 volt three phase, 4000 amp
Utilities: Natural gas & electric provided by National Grid, Municipal Water & Sewer – City of Haverhill
Rail Service: No
Parking: 195 automobile parking spots shared with 148 Ward Hill, approx 25 trailer storage spaces