Fore River Shipyard

The largest development opportunity in Quincy today is the 113-acre site of the Fore River Shipyard. Strategically located just six miles south of Boston, the site is ideal for a wide range of potential uses.

It is one of the last remaining large marine-related sites in the state.

 

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Industrial Waterfront Property Available
Primary Development Team: CASHMAN Company

AREA 23.7 acres, Upland 15.3 acres, Riparian 8.4 acres.

Located on the Fore River Shipping Channel the property is zoned to support a variety of Heavy Industrial Allowed Uses including Laboratory/Research and Development; Distribution; Manufacturing; Warehousing; etc.; Marine/Rail/Truck Terminal; Storage of flammable liquids/gases; Contracting Yard; Equipment Storage/Service/Sales; Processing/Recycling/Industrial Operations and Wholesale; Storage; Commercial Boat Operations.

The Waterfront property includes a 38’ Water Depth at MLW with 1,600 linear feet of deep‐water pier space and access to the only roll‐on transfer bridge in Boston area.

The site features a Designated Port Area; Less than 10 miles to Boston via designated truck route; Strategic Inner Boston Harbor location; Rail connecting to CSX; Truck scale on site; Heavy power, natural gas, water, sewer on site and located opposite 700MW Exelon power plant. The Owner is willing to subdivide, build to suit as well as provide lease or sale opportunities.


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Fore River Shipyard
Primary Development Team: Quirk Auto

The 113-acre former Fore River Shipyard is a prominent opportunity for a company looking to establish a campus style location that includes R&D and a manufacturing setting tailored to a company’s individual needs and standards. The property has tremendous waterfront access, a deep water shipping channel, berthing spaces and a commercial rail running through the site. A completed master plan for the property emphasizes smart growth and transit oriented development principals, making this a very attractive site opportunity.

The property is at the mouth of the Fore River, which flows into Boston’s Outer Harbor and can accommodate off-load vessels directly into the property. The predominant area of the Shipyard is in the City of Quincy, and is zoned Industrial B.  Approximately 1/3 of the Shipyard is in the Town of Braintree and is zoned Highway Business.