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Land in Springfield, Massachusetts
Springfield, Massachusetts, is home to 735-acres of municipal parkland and is one of the largest urban parks in the U.S. Because of its bountiful land availability, it is no surprise that there is much prime real estate to purchase.
Springfield has everything from sizable undeveloped land spaces to smaller residential plots. If farming and agriculture are what you are after, then the city's outlying regions are a must-see opportunity. Alternatively, the inner city has large areas with available commercial lots, just waiting for you to develop them into something notable.

Quality All the Way
Springfield paves the way with some of Massachusetts's best hospitals and innovative medicine. Consequently, the city's medical professionals are forerunners in treating severe life-threatening conditions such as cancer and heart-related illnesses.
This city supports top-quality healthcare but also has top-notch schools and educational facilities. Pair this with beautifully designed homes consisting of the finest construction quality in neat, well-kept neighborhoods, and you cannot go wrong with choosing land in Springfield, MA, to build your next home or make an excellent investment.



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In 1653 William Pynchon purchased the land from Native American tribes, now Springfield. The town was initially founded for fur trading and, in 1641, was named and incorporated in honor of William Pynchon. Springfield officially became a city in May 1852. Its proximity to the Connecticut River meant that Springfield was an ideal location for transportation. The early settlers found this beneficial in their dealings between Boston, New York, and Canada. Being the crossroads for New England ensured its steady progress and economic development. By the eighteenth century, Springfield's economic mainstay of agriculture became less dominant, and the industrial revolution began to take root. Soon mills of all kinds were established, harnessing the power of the Connecticut River. Due to its ideal location and rapid technological advancement, Springfield became home to the United States Armory in 1794. The nineteenth-century ushered in a second industrial boom for Springfield. This boom was due to the railroad and the city becoming the center of railway activity for Massachusetts. With the railway came printing industries and machine manufacturing. As the town grew, other economic avenues arose, such as prosperous finance and insurance companies. By the 1990s, Springfield was an affluent city with a population of 156,983. Today this city is known for its well-established school systems and is a regional hub for banking and courts. In addition, Springfield is a flourishing, multifaceted economy with a location that ensures future technological growth and development. This positioning means only good things for the people of Springfield.

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Things to do in Springfield

Things to do in Springfield

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Springfield makes for an exciting and lively day out with a dynamic array of activities and experiences everywhere you turn. Here are a few options to add to your list of stops:
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum: Found in the Springfield Quadrangle of Museums, this is an absolute delight in imaginative and interactive exhibits. Based on the beloved Dr. Seuss, a Springfield native, and children's books author, it is a trip into one of the most entertaining literary worlds ever imagined.
Forest Park: The park is what Springfield is all about. With 735- acres of parkland to explore, it might take you more than one day, but it is worth visiting repeatedly. The exquisitely designed park hosts many activities, from a zoo to an aquarium and hiking and biking trails galore.

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Springfield is in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the U.S. and is the governmental seat of Hampden County. This city lies along the eastern bank of the Connecticut River, where it connects to three rivers, namely the western Westfield River, the eastern Chicopee River, and the eastern Mill River. It languishes over an area of 33.1 square miles, of which 31.9 square miles are land, and only 1.2 square miles is water. Twelve percent of its total land area comprises urban parkland earning it the nickname "The City in a Forest." Springfield is famous for its Forest Park, consisting of 735 acres of intricately designed landscaping. An architect, Fredrick Law Olmsted, was responsible for the design and layout of the park. Notably, some of Springfield's most affluent neighborhoods border the park in the garden districts, with many communities featuring over 600 Victorian Painted Lady mansions.

Springfield demographics

Springfield demographics

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Springfield has a population of 151,437, making it the third-largest city in Massachusetts. The median age of residents is 33.4 years, with a slightly higher female to male ratio. Springfield's racial demographic is 63.33% Whites, with 20.94% of its population comprising African American people. The remainder of the population includes mixed races, Asians, and Native American individuals.
The economy of Springfield employs approximately 63.6k people. Most of that total work in the healthcare industry, followed by retail trade and manufacturing. Those operating in utilities and public relations are the highest-paid earners, followed by those in the professional, scientific, and technical sectors.
Springfield is ranked among the cheapest cities to live in the U.S. With the cost of living at 14% below the national average, residents find they save on groceries, utilities, healthcare, and transport.
With a median household income of $55,658 and housing being 32% more affordable than many other U.S. cities, it is easy to see why half of the population are homeowners.

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Arts in Springfield

Arts in Springfield

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Springfield's arts and entertainment scene are as diverse as her communities. With the iconic and historical features in the Springfield Museum Quadrangle and the famous Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, the city is overflowing with exciting places to visit.
Springfield has an exhaustive list of performing arts venues where you get to experience the joys of comedy, a good drama, or the musical genius of The Springfield Symphony Orchestra. In addition, MGM Springfield Casino hosts a colorful world of entertainment for a night on the town where its connectivity to Main Street means a movie is within quick reach, or you can go ice-skating or bowling.

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Schools in Springfield

Schools in Springfield

Springfield is known for its top-notch schools providing students with the best learning possibilities in Massachusetts. So, if you decide to buy land in Springfield, MA, and build your dream home, you will have access to some excellent schools and universities. Sixty-one public schools in the city serve 27,234 students. Among these are the Springfield Preparatory Charter School, Chestnut Accelerated Middle School, and Alfred G. Zanetti Montessori Magnet School, all of which have earned top reputations. As for private and charter schools, Springfield is home to 17 private schools that serve 1,997 students and seven public charter schools serving 3,210 students. Springfield has five excellent higher learning institutions that provide a variety of programs. These colleges and universities are the American International College, Springfield College, Western New England University, Springfield Technical Community College, and College of Our Lady of the Elms.

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Why Springfield?

Why Springfield?

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Make "The City in A Forest" Home for Good
The picturesque city along the banks of the Connecticut River nuzzles the Pioneer Valley and is a desirable destination for many. Anyone who chooses to buy land in Springfield, MA, and build a home or business here, makes a wise choice.
With its sound economy and plentiful opportunities buying land here will be a worthwhile investment for your future. Contact us today to find that perfect parcel of land for your new home or property development.

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