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North Shore Priority Development Sites

The North Shore Priority Development Site Map has been created with information gathered as a result of the Alliance’s convening of the region’s Economic Development Directors, City and Town Planners and Community Directors. Each Community provided their top three commercial Priority Development Sites and a point of contact. Collectively this information provides an overview that will assist businesses that are interested in expanding in or locating to the region. We hope this listing is useful and encourage you to contact the individuals as listed.