Thursday, November 14, 2019

the new Merrow building in Fall River, MA

 the Merrow building


A six acre campus in downtown Fall River featuring the renovated 300,000 sq. ft. Mill complex, built in 1871. The Merrow building contains a technology development center, 30,000 sq. ft. of flex retail with commercial kitchens, coworking spaces, the largest soft goods manufacturer in New England, and business Incubator. 

Up to date with flexible workspaces from 150 to 10,000 sq. ft. located in both federal HUB and Opportunity zones. With plans to add a women's health center to the already diversified space, the Merrow building is located one minute from the highway on one of the busiest intersections in the city and is less than one mile from Charleton Hospital.

  The Merrow building is less than 20 minutes from Providence RI, one hour from Boston, and three hours from New York. It is also on two primary bus routes, and features the largest workforce training program in the country for sewing. Managed by TIGIR (Textile Innovation Group for Instrumentation and Research), the building includes office and studio spaces, a health and wellness center, manufacturing floor, and design development offices.

502 Bedford St. Fall River, MA is a strategic center for commercial development. Lessees will have the advantage of being part of an ecosystem of development and manufacturing businesses. Small Format Spaces available: Dedicated desks, coworking, flex offices, team offices and incubator. Large Format Spaces available: 10,000 sq. ft. restaurant, 20,000 sq. ft. first floor retail, 10,000 sq. ft. first floor walk-in (medical or retail). 

TIGIR is a wholly owned subsidiary of Merrow, established in 1838 that has been at the forefront of innovation and commercial production for over 180 years. Backed by Merrow and a network of industry partners, TIGIR has access to state of the art technology and the distribution channels worldwide to market product.

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Merrow has manufactured sewing machines since 1838 and remains one of the most interesting companies in the textile space

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