CASHMAN’s involvement in Project Development has overhauled properties from dilapidated structures to functional and prospering areas. The projects range from residential, mixed-use, and industrial developments.
The historic Quincy, MA Shipyard, where the CASHMAN Family of Companies are headquartered, consists of over 26 acres of mixed-use space. The site includes industrial and non-industrial tenants, as well as owns and manages three-deep water piers with over 3,100’ of docking space. In addition to the Quincy Shipyard, CASHMAN owns and operates an industrial facility in Taunton, MA, a shipyard in Staten Island, NY, and a marine terminal in Elizabeth, NJ.
In the mid-1980’s, Cashman revitalized a vacant building in North Attleboro, MA. Cashman’s innovative reuse of the building was highlighted by transforming the unattractive rear of the building to its front by demolishing the antiquated boiler plant, constructing a three-story glass curtainwall atrium, and paving the front to create a 100-space parking lot. The new mixed-use development housed retail storefronts and offices.
Creating the first ‘cluster style’ development for Hingham, MA Ridgewood Crossing is a 55+ housing development of detached condominiums that were acquired, permitted, and developed by CASHMAN.
– Industrial & Non-Industrial Tenants & Office
– SpaceStevedoring Services & Water Transportation Needs
– Marine Services and Docking Space
– Mixed-Use Developments
– Residential Housing
– Commercial Real Estate
QUINCY SHIPYARD TENANTS include:
– MBTA (Boston Harbor Cruises)
– United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum & the USS Salem
– General Dynamics
– Bluefin Robotics
– New England Aquarium Animal Care Center
– M.J. Nichols
– Eastern Salt
– Manet Utility
– Chris Snow Plow
– Burke Oil
– Ground Water Rescue
– Capital Waste