Cambridge Health Alliance Assembly Square 5 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 Located off Route 93 in the Assembly Square Mall, Cambridge Health Alliance Assembly Square is a 23,000-square-foot…More facility that offers a wide range of healthcare services. Its staff serves thousands of patients and business clients each week, providing physiatry, orthopaedics and physical therapy. CHA also offers an Occupational Health Program, which helps provide healthcare to local businesses. Other services include travel medicine and immigration exams for the general public.
Tracer Technologies 20 Assembly Square Dr, Somerville, MA02145 Tracer Technologies manufactures lithium-based cells and battery packs for laptop computers. At the Somerville…More laboratory, organic polymers and inorganic spinel materials are also being created for cell and research development. Customers can call the sales and marketing manager to learn more about the products.
DiSilva Transportation 50 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 For over 75 years, DiSilva Transportation has been moving products and merchandise from coast to coast for countless…More suppliers and manufacturers. They specialize in providing logistics solutions for their clients, which might be built around one truck and driver, or a fleet of vehicles and a staff of drivers and logistics managers. Their Middlesex Avenue address is directly across from the K-Mart entrance to the Assembly Square Mall.
Head to Draw Seven Park and you'll surely think your directions can't be right. This state-run DCR park is hidden…More behind Assembly Square Mall at the end of pot-hole-ridden Foley St., which you have to follow behind the hulking Central Steel Supply Company and through a train underpass. But once there, you'll find striking urban views of the Mystic River framed by the Amelia Earhart Dam, bridges and distant smoke stacks.
The 9-acre park is popular with the local fishing crowd, and also offers two soccer fields, a picnic shelter and just two benches, which is why you'll see regulars in their own beach chairs. The terminus of the Mystic River Bike Path also runs the length of the park and heads west into Medford (ultimately linking to the Minuteman Bikeway to Bedford).
Named for the old Number Seven railroad drawbridge that once crossed the Mystic here, the park today now abuts the MBTA Orange Line and Commuter Rail tracks. Despite the rumbling trains, the park can feel quite isolated--enough so that graffiti taggers have left their mark here.
Bed Bath & Beyond 119 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 Whether it's back to school, moving into a new home or just sprucing up your place, Bed Bath & Beyond could easily…More be your one-stop-shop. You'll find bedding, cookware, table linens, window treatments, furniture, stuff for the kids' rooms and even electronics and luggage. The Assembly Square location is open 7 days a week, and you can get here on the 90 and 92 buses that stop right out front.
La Quinta Inn & Suites 23 Cummings St, Somerville, MA02145 Affordable rates and features you'd expect from higher priced hotels make this La Quinta an easy decision when you need…More hospitality. Amenities include free breakfast, free Internet access, a fitness center, meeting facilities and airport shuttle services. There's a restaurant on site, as well as a Ninety Nine restaurant right across the parking lot. There are plenty of shopping choices at Assembly Square Marketplace, which is about a 10 minute walk.
Planet Fitness 5 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 The emphasis is on cardio and weight training at this location of Planet Fitness, on the third floor of 5 Middlesex…More Ave. It offers a panoramic view of the expressway while you work out, and you might also plan your exercise time around a shopping trip to the adjacent Assembly Square marketplace or Home Depot. There are plenty of lockers here for patrons, and there's even a beauty salon and manicure shop in the lobby.
Whether you want to turn your house into a B&B or do something small—like, oh, completely reshape Assembly…More Square—the planning and zoning division will make sure your plans meet zoning requirements and are in the best interest of the City. They regulate the size, density and nature of developments with the goal of improving services, quality of life, the tax base and job creation. Their web page links to extensive information on planning and zoning initiatives and processes.
A.C. Moore Arts & Crafts 145 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 Take your pick of any craft-related pastime, and you will find what you need to bring it to life at A.C. Moore. For more…More than 15 years, A.C. Moore has specialized in a range of craft and home-decorating supplies; at the Assembly Square Mall store, you can even take classes to learn a new hobby or just sharpen your current skills. Choose from knitting, crocheting, painting, clay sculpting, scrapbooking and more. Check the Web site for class schedules.
T.J. Maxx 105 Middlesex Ave, Somerville, MA02145 T.J. Maxx is a great place for bargain hunters to satisfy their shopping needs. Its departments include ladies'…More accessories, jewelry, footwear, beauty, active wear, women's plus sizes, babies, juniors, kids and men. The Assembly Square Marketplace store is combined with one of its sister stores, Home Goods. Here you'll find necessities for the home, including furniture, lighting, rugs, kitchen and bath items, bedding, home-office supplies and many things for your garden. To get here, take the 90 or 92 bus, or park in the lot right out front.
Winter Hill Yacht Club 85 Foley St, Somerville, MA02145 For about half a century, the Winter Hill Yacht Club has been a haven of camaraderie for the local boating community. In…More accordance with its standing as a private club, it requires sponsorship by at least two members, and the waiting list can be as long as five years. Members enjoy use of the club's event facilities and services, such as the kitchen and bar. In addition to the standard slip and marina services, the club also offers dry dock and water storage options for members' boats. Located on the Mystic River, behind Assembly Square Marketplace, the club offers easy access to Boston Harbor and the surrounding islands.