The Blackstone Valley
From producing the textiles and machine parts of the 1830s to designing state-of-the-art video and sound reproduction systems of today, the Blackstone Valley has been home to some of America's greatest business stories. And while the machinery and computers in today's Blackstone Valley are driven by a high quality electric grid, rather than the flowing waters of the Blackstone River, the most important driving force of the Blackstone Valley remains unchanged: its people.
The eleven towns of the Blackstone Valley offer a quality of work force and a quality of life nearly impossible to duplicate. The Valley's rolling hills and glittering river ways lie within an hour of Boston, Providence, Worcester and Hartford, and combine the lush setting of a national park with all the resources modern business needs to thrive. Its educated workforce is steeped in a history of innovation, invention and business success. And its position at the intersection of rail, road, and air networks, as well as power and telecommunication grids, makes it ideal for local, regional and international business efforts.
Today, the Blackstone Valley is repeating its history of success. Its geographic location in New England's heart positions the Blackstone Valley as a hot bed of business growth in a wide range of industries. Combined with a local tradition of business development as old as the industrial revolution, these investments make the Blackstone Valley the ideal site for your next business investment.
Available Business Locations
The Blackstone Valley lies at the heart of New England's largest centers of commerce and culture. New England's five largest cities and over three million people are located within a one hour drive of the Valley. Why not locate your busines in the Blackstone Valley?
Please contact the Chamber of Commerce for a list of available business properties in the Blackstone Valley.
Blackstone | Douglas | Grafton | Hopedale | Mendon | Millbury
Millville | Northbridge | Sutton | Upton | Uxbridge