Chelsea, Massachusetts is conveniently located just five minutes from downtown Boston and Logan International Airport, and is easily accessible by major routes including Route 1, Interstate 93, and Route 90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike). Chelsea also has excellent proximity to the city of Cambridge, leading teaching hospitals, and top research universities.

Area Map


The available industrial properties on Williams, Arlington, and Auburn Streets in Chelsea offer unique ramp access to the Mystic/Tobin Bridge, connecting Chelsea directly to Boston. Their proximity to the airport and downtown Boston makes these spaces ideal for any logistics-oriented industrial user. Also close to the city of Cambridge, area teaching hospitals, and research universities, the available properties would be well suited for medical device manufacturers, technology, or R&D users.

Appealing for food-processing users, the available spaces are in the hub of Greater Boston’s largest food processing center. They are just 2 blocks from the New England Produce Center and the Restaurant Depot—the region’s largest wholesale restaurant supplier—and surrounded by dozens of leading food-related businesses.

Accessibility & Transportation

In addition to being accessible by car with easy access to Routes 1, 93 and 90, Chelsea is also accessible by public transportation. The MBTA’s commuter rail services Chelsea at Arlington and 6th Streets, between North Station and Riverworks on the Newburyport/ Rockport Line. There are also several MBTA bus lines servicing the city.

Click here to learn more about the MBTA's service to Chelsea.

Stay tuned: Chelsea is currently in the planning stages to construct a haul road that would create an additional route from Chelsea to East Boston/Logan International Airport. Increased connectivity: good for business!