Building Attributes

  • Professional, Secure Space, and Competitively Priced 
  • Route 495 Access
  • Safe Community
  • Low Cost Utilities
  • Custom Built for Production, Warehouse, Office
  • Professionally Managed
  • Strong Labor Market

Planned Renovations

  • Renovated Common Area Bathrooms 
  • Renovated Common Break Area 
  • Common Area Conference Room
  • Seal Coat, Asphalt Patch, Line Painting Site 
  • Exterior Painting
  • New Exterior LED Lighting 
  • Interior Lighting Upgrades
  • Separately Metered Utilities 
  • New Roof 
  • Charter Internet, Phone, Cable to Building
  • Courtyard Outdoor Seating Area Upgrades 
  • Entry Improvements with Outdoor Seating, Landscaping
  • New Entrance, Lobby, Seating Area with Flat Screen TV 

 
 
 

Current Specifications

 
 

Building Size    

+/- 190,000 s.f.

 

Lot Size    

10.39 Acres

 

Existing Office Area

+/- 9,300 s.f.

 

ROOF   

Tar & Gravel, Rubber

 

BUILDING DIMENSIONS

190' x 620'
140' x 430'

CEILING HEIGHT 

12' - 23'

 

PAVED PARKING    

+/- 200 cars 

 

FLOOR   

Reinforced 5” concrete

 

SPRINKLER 

Wet system

 

COLUMN SPACING 

Varies to 20' x 20'

*Clear Span Space also Available

YEARS BUILT & RENOVATED

1928, 1968, 2016

 

Internet    

Charter & Windstream

 

WATER/SEWER    

Town of Pepperell, MA

 

LOADING    

2 drive in doors
11 dock doors

 

POWER   

13,200 Volts*

*1500 KVA Transformer feeds 3,000 Amps
480/277 volts, 3 phase, 4 wire main switchgear
Secondary switchgear rated at 240 volts, 3 phase


 
 
 

A Rich History

Originally built for the Bemis Bag Company in the 1920’s during a period of the company’s expansion into 5 new markets and operated until the late 1990's, after which it served as a storage facility.

Pepperell Place still proudly displays the Bemis Bag Company Logo in Suite 160, a Bemis cat in a bag which was introduced as the company trademark in the late 1880’s. 

Biddy, as the cat was known, was a champion mouser in the St. Louis factory. In choosing her for the company logo, Judson Moss Bemis wanted to emphasize that in “letting the cat out of the bag” he had nothing to hide and dealt fairly with his customers.