- For other locations with the same name, see Peabody.
Peabody is a city in the suburbs of North Shore, MA. In the April 2009 issue of "Forbes," Peabody was chosen as the 14th most comfortable city in the United States.
The area first called the northern field, Brooksby, was built in 1626 and established in Salem, which was incorporated in 1629, around 1626. In 1752, he established Salem and incorporated it as a part of the danvers. It is usually called 'Nankyo' (South Buddhism) and is associated with a church in the center (present Piabody Square). In 1855, he left Danvers and became the town of South Danvers on May 18. On April 30, 1868, the name was changed to Peabody in connection with the famous philanthropist George PEABODY. In 1916, the Shisei was enforced.
The river in the town was made up of a water mill from the agricultural community. In particular, Peabody was the center of the leather industry in New England, and until the late twentieth century, Tannery remained a conduit for the city's economy. Tanner then closed, but the city is known locally as "Leather City" or "Tanner City," and the high school sports team is nicknamed "Tanners."
While the loss of tannery affected the economy of Peabody, the city has at least partly compensated for the decline of its industrial base through other forms of economic development. In the early 20th century, he hosted the Corwin Manufacturing, a pioneering brass company, and also participated in the automotive revolution. The North Shore Mall is originally the North Shore Shopping Center and is one of the largest malls in the area. Opened in 1958, it is now the largest taxpayer in the city. The 100th Anniversary Park, an industrial park in the center of the city, is a collection of several companies related to medical and technology.
In the 1950s, West Peabody, which accounts for the majority of farmland, has developed into a mid-to-high rise residential area.
Peabody is the location of the Salem Country Club, a private country club with a professional golf course. In the past, the US Senior Open was held in 2001, and the US Women's Open was held in 1954 and 1984.
- International Route 95 - Route 128
- Logan International Airport in Boston or Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Manchester, New Hampshire.
- Brooksby Farm. The historic farm controlled by Peabody is a 275-acre (1.11 km2) work farm and protected area that has become one of the city's most popular tourist spots for decades.
- North Shore Mall 218 Andorberst (Route 25-114), ☏
- Rizzo's Roast Beef 178 Lynn St (Route 128 Exit 44B), ☏+1 978 [email protected] ✉
- Boston Marriott Peabody, 8A 100 Drive (Route 128 Exit 28),☏ .
- Hampton Inn by Hilton - Peabody, 59 Newbury Street (US1 North),☏+1 978 536 .
- Homewood Suites by Hilton - Peabody 57 Newbury Street (Northern United States),
- SpringHill Suites Boston Peabody, 43 Newbury Street (US Northern 1), ☏+1 978 535-5000.
- Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Boston-Peabody, 1Newbury Street (US North),☏+1 978 535-4600
- Homestead Studio Suites Boston - Peabody 200Jubilee Drive☏ Yves, +1 978 531-6632
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|Portsmouth (left) Dumber←||N S||→ Linfield → Weston|
|Newport Samba←||N S||→ Linfield → Boston|
|Gloucester Samba←||N S||→ Linfield → Weston|
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