Downtown 2020 is a collective vision for the revitalization of downtown Beverly, developed with input from more than 1,000 community voices.
We have 4 goals:
1) be a regional center for arts &
culture, creative industry & innovation
2) attract retail & creative businesses
3) follow development paths that recognize the unique assets of Cabot & Rantoul Streets
4) continually strengthen BMS to do the work of revitalization
Join 30 + Main
with other young community leaders to help shape downtown Beverly's future
IT'S OFFICIAL! Downtown Beverly has been named one of the top 50 small business shopping destinations in the US! We are proud that downtown Beverly is on the list published by Small Business Trends.
More importantly, we're happy that our independent, local business owners are being recognized for their creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.
Congratulations to each of our small business owners!
New businesses are thriving downtown! The Cabot, Fusion Andina, Pregent Law, Shears Salon, Mara Bettencourt Music Studio, The Indo, Verbena Esthetics Studio
, The Barber's Edge
, Mario Antonio's Barber Shop
, Pelletier Awning
, Design Flow Wraps
, Coast to Coast Paddle
, Beverly Day Spa
, Feathered Serpent Imports
, Karma Hair Studio
, Prides Piccola Napoletana
, Let's Get Creative, Interesting Finds
, North Shore Auto Gallery
, Paulie Fadez Barbershop
, SoHoCats Feline Hotel
, Peak Design Firm
, Zietgeist Gallery
See downtown on Channel 5's Chronicle show!
Beverly approves TIF on Rantoul Street to spur TOD housing
Thinking of opening a business in Beverly? Check out 10 reasons why you'll love it. And here's our Guide to Starting Your Business in Beverly to smooth the way
Check out the before & after photos from our Facade & Sign Improvement Program
Banking on Beverly offers low-interest loans for major property improvements
Downtown Properties Available for Sale or Lease
What's Happening Downtown
Hit up one of the many downtown businesses that won “Best of the North Shore” awards
The Beverly Project – Watch video by Jeremy Greer about his ongoing photographic study of independent business owners in Beverly