Ice Cream Way, located between South Mason Street and Commercial Street in historic Salem, Massachusetts, offers striking views of both North River and the beautiful green space of nearby Furlough Park. The soon-to-be twenty-nine luxury townhouses and condominiums boast high-end craftsmanship, custom finishes, and a location close to public transit and a choice of popular restaurants, pubs, and bistros, all within walking distance! Combine this with the authentic New England feeling of old Salem Village, and Ice Cream Way has a location and style of living that can’t be beat.
As the moniker implies, Ice Cream Way is named after the Hood Ice Cream Plant that occupied the property starting in 1917. One hundred years later and Juniper Point Investment has transformed and redeveloped this long forgotten, nondescript industrial property into a jewel of the neighborhood. Now, beautifully-crafted, custom townhomes and condominiums, along with well-manicured outdoor areas, greet the neighborhood. Each unit is a little different in order to take advantage of the historic and architectural aspects of the property. Each home is turnkey-ready with modern kitchens and bathrooms, updated lighting, open floor plans, and fixtures that can be chosen by the owners. Large windows welcome owners and flood the rooms with bright sunshine. High-end countertops and flooring make the homes look and feel luxurious. Some units even offer exposed beams, and an industrial loft feel that is popular with many owners. Add to this the convenience of the nearby Salem Train Depot, and Ice Cream Way is the “cool” place to live.