Grafton Science Park: A Tufts Life Sciences Campus
Grafton Science Park occupies an 84-acre site on Route 30, on the western edge of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine’s 594-acre campus abutting the Grafton MBTA commuter rail station. The approved master plan accommodates up to an additional 661,000 square feet of building development in two phases, allowing for complete flexibility in actual building sizes and site areas. All major permits are in place. Construction of phase one infrastructure and public utilities is complete.
Discovery Drive at Westboro Road (Route 30) in North Grafton, MA across the street from the Grafton MBTA Commuter Rail Station.
Office/Light Industry with Campus Development Overlay and a 43D designation to encourage development via expedited permitting.
Research and development, manufacturing, and activities related to life science, medical and pharmaceutical and alternative energy industries. Accessory uses include food, offices and conference facilities
Pubic water, public sewer, natural gas, redundant electric power, along with fiber optic voice and data lines are all available
A beautiful campus setting with a cafeteria, fitness center, biomedical library,y conference rooms and outdoor running path that park tenants may use
Worcester County has evolved into a growing, active area for technology, life sciences and innovation. The park is within a designated 43D expedited permitting area. It is convenient to Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and leading life science companies throughout the I-495 and the MetroWest region.