Since 1971, Mac Bell has devoted an enormous amount of heart-felt work into the City of Gloucester. Dedicated to its revitalization, rehabilitation, and growth, Compass Gloucester is your community connection.
Former owner of The Glass Sailboat, one of Gloucester’s first green grocer and clothing stores, a valued member of developing The Mill Condominiums and Pathways for Children, and longtime resident of Cape Ann, Mac Bell has a thorough network of development as well as years of city involvement.
Our breathtaking properties are part of Gloucester’s unique and diverse industrial and recreational usage. The West End commercial district, with its historic buildings and quality café/restaurants, shops, recreational facilities and financial service offices, are all just steps away. A vital seaport, steeped in historic and cultural heritage, an inspiration from Winslow Homer to Fitz Henry Lane, Gloucester is a city of riches. From neighboring art-deco structure, where Clarence Birdseye invented frozen food, to the colorful annual St. Peter’s Fiesta, the City of Gloucester awaits.
Holding over 45 years of experience the commitment continues. Gloucester, Massachusetts is the perfect destination. Our zoning transitions have been historically appropriate and constructive steps in nurturing local vitality have been maintained.
With properties offering business opportunities overlooking Gloucester’s working waterfront, convenient shopping plaza, a 20,000 square foot historic rehab business leasing office space with panoramic harbor views, and exceptionally well managed residential living opportunities. Compass is your answer for unparalleled relocation opportunities.
Just 35 minutes North of Boston, we are strategically located for immediate access to Route 128, CATA (local bus transit) and nearby MBTA commuter rail.
Downtown revitalization has been our focus. Gloucester is a living community. Industrial, Commercial, and Residential; all available for lease or for sale.