Situated near the communities of Beverley and Salem near the Salem Sound, Danvers Massachusetts is within a 35 minute drive to Boston. Danvers has limited bus service from stops near lower Danvers but if you drive down Route 35 into Salem, you can take an MBTA commuter train to Boston's North Station.
North Shore Community College offers more than 350 courses for residents to enhance their skills for career advancement and personal interest.
In the southern portion of Danvers near Endicott Street you will find the Liberty Tree Mall. Renters will find lots of great shops and services in this area such as Marshalls, Pier 1, Target and AMC Lowes 20 movie cinema.
If you are moving to a Danvers MA apartment with your family, they will love some of the activities here such as Laser Quest and Monster Mini Golf. The Coco Key indoor water park is another attraction that is fun all year long. You can get partial day passes or holiday tickets when the kids are off from school.
If you find an apartment near the Danvers Rail Trail, you will have a terrific spot to get some daily exercise outdoors with several miles of pathway stretching through the center of Danvers.
A post office in Danvers is located at 100 Independence Way. The phone number is 978-777-4252.
Average Rent in Danvers, MA
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