CenTech Park North is a 60 acre parcel formally known as the “Allen Property.” Originally farm land established in 1725 by the Allen family, it remained the Allen Homestead until 2003.
In 2002, the Town of Shrewsbury voted to purchase the land under the auspices of the newly created Shrewsbury Development Corporation. Re-zoning of this parcel was also voted at this Town Meeting and the Shrewsbury Development Corporation began their efforts toward economic development of this prime piece of property.
CenTech Park North is strategically located between Routes 9 and 20, providing easy access to Shrewsbury's popular Town Center District and Lakeway Overlay District, the City of Worcester, neighboring towns of Northborough and Westborough, and Interstates 290, 190, and 495 with access to the Massachusetts Turnpike.
With easy access to restaurants and businesses along Route 9 and two-mile proximity to the MBTA commuter rail, CenTech Park North is an ideal location for commuting employees. For any employees looking to relocate to Shrewsbury, the Town of Shrewsbury is a premier place to live due to the recreational activities provided in the Town Center District and the Lakeway District and the Town’s high-quality municipal services, including an award-winning school district.
On September 23, 2021, the Shrewsbury Development Corporation closed on the sale of CenTech Park North with Northbridge Partners, LLC., for $6.5 million. The sale of CenTech Park North reaffirms that Shrewsbury is a business-friendly community committed to providing high-quality municipal services to both businesses and residents alike.