Mills 58 - Mixed Use Support
Mills 58 is a newly renovated 200,000 square-foot mill building located at 58 Pulaski Street in Peabody. Through owner Ed Greeley's vision to revive the 19th Century mill building to become a landmark destination for the City of Peabody and through 2+ years of renovation efforts, we have created a truly unique experience for visitors of all ages and interests.
Today, over 70 unique small businesses now call Mills 58 home, including a brand new food hall, multiple antique, artisan and furniture restoration shops, fitness facilities, photography studios, a craft brewery, a co-work space and even a day care center!
In an attempt to better sustain the already-established business that has been severely impacted by this pandemic, and to further enhance Mills 58 as a landmark destination, the next best use would be to add apartment style living.
Adding more like-businesses would have a negative effect on our existing tenants. Adding residential would provide more local commerce - more haircuts at the salon, more pizza and coffee sold at the Eatery58 Marketplace, more antiques purchased and overall a more sustainable community.
This project is not a new construction, only interior renovation. We would like to dedicate empty space in Building A (the building furthest from the main Pulaski St.) to apartment-style living and need your support.
By signing this petition, you will be voicing your support to City Hall of our efforts to add apartment-style living to our already-existing footprint at Mills 58.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration.