Salem’s 170-Acre Tuscan Village MXU Project Celebrates Grand Opening
The 170-acre Tuscan Village mixed-use development in Salem, N.H. recently celebrated an official grand opening. The 3.8 million-square-foot development was designed by Cambridge-based architects PCA as a shop, dine, live, work, stay and play destination and is located at the site of a former race track.
The retail and dining destinations at the development now include Tuscan Market, Chipotle Mexican Grill, L.L. Bean, Pressed Café, Beach Plum, Smuttynose Beer Garden, Williams Sonoma, Old Navy, Ulta, Pottery Barn, Drive Custom Fit, VibeCo Cycle and a soon to be completed Arhaus. In total, Tuscan Village includes 700,000 square feet of retail space, 867,000 square feet of life-science space and 1 million square feet of office, lab and outpatient medical facilities, including Mass General Brigham. The project also includes a 165-room Marriott Autograph Collection hotel and more than 1200 residential units.
“We are thrilled to be opening the next phase of Tuscan Village as it provides Salem and neighboring communities with an exciting area to gather, shop and dine,” said Liz Kelley, general manager at Tuscan Village Salem. “Whether it be shopping or dining at any of our retailers and restaurants or catching some live music while playing lawn games at Lake Park, visitors will surely find their fun at Tuscan Village.”