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228-240 Tyler Street Unit: ST2.
Tyle Street.
Pittsfield, MA 01201-4224.

Excellent Pittsfield Commercial Space:.
Take spotlight at this good-looking area in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, part of lovely Berkshire County! The home includes a mixed-use, domestic and retail house building and 2nd, smaller yet sufficient free-standing industrial space. Close to commercial development, parks, significant employers, residential communities, and a nation club. This area has old-fashioned New England beauty, with all the modern-day benefits.

An excellent retail area:.
This spot is centrally found near all the primary highways in the Pittsfield area. U.S. Route 7/Route 20 corridor is really busy path only two blocks west, and is made use of by about 1,100 cars per hour, in between 21,900 and 23,900 on a weekday, and approximately 21,400 on a Saturday. Tyler Street is a significant road running through the heart of Pittsfield, and is zoned General Business, providing a varied mix of commercial and dining alternatives. The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority has a variety bus routes running to and from Pittsfield via surrounding North Adams, Lee, and Great Barrington and there is a stop just two blocks west at the intersection of North Street and Tyler.

There is a great selection of significant companies in Pittsfield, some very near to this opportunity on Tyler Street. The second biggest employer in the city is Berkshire Medical Center, within walking range just a few brief blocks west on North Street. The center, utilizing around 1,800 people, was just recently ranked in Becker's Hospital Review/Becker's ASC Review's "Top 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare." General Electric has actually had a strong presence in Pittsfield given that the 1970's, and still has a workforce of about 1,900 given that the company was offered to Marin Marietta in 1993. General Dynamics is likewise a factor to the job market, with about 1,500 workers. The company is just two miles east and was recently contracted to construct U.S. Navy battle ships, developing much more tasks and financial activity in the area.

Two blocks north is Springside Park and 239-acre Herbert Arboretum, displaying a collection of trees and formal landscapes. Within a brief walking distance is historical Wahconah Park, constructed in 1919, existing house of the Pittsfield Colonials, and has seats for 4,500 viewers. Berkshire Hills Country Club is about a mile northeast and its eighteen holes and extraordinary views have actually been enjoyed by members considering that 1925.

A Busy, productive, company friendly neighborhood:.

The immediate location on Tyler Street is bustling with a mix of shops, schools, dining establishments, and bakeries. Simply steps away is Morningside Bakery, constantly drawing consumers into the area with their specialized cakes, pastries, and coffee. Also within a minute's walk is Morningside Community School, with an enrollment of simply over 400 students. There are a number of convenience shops and convenience food restaurants in the area as well, and Berkshire Crossing, a significant retail shopping center is just a couple of miles west, offering grocery stores, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Applebee's, Staples, and many more.

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