Located just off I-95 at exit 8, exactly half way between Boston and Providence, RI, Sharon Gallery offers over 90 acres of land for developing a wide range of real estate development projects. Sharon Gallery has one mile frontage on I-95.
Sharon Gallery is located in Sharon, which has one of the best schools in the country. The town’s High School sends 96 percent of its graduating seniors on to institutions of higher learning.
With a population of 18,000, picturesque Sharon is a typical New England town. Its residents are professionals, academics, civil servants, and business people as well as local enterprises, restaurateurs, artists, and active participants in a network of civic organizations. Ten-mile radius population is 306,939.
Located 22 miles south of Boston, and almost midway between Boston and Providence, RI, Sharon has access to Boston and Providence via MBTA commuter trains stopping at the Sharon station, and to New York City and Washington, D.C., via Amtrak trains at nearby Route 128 station on Interstate-95.
Sharon is also distinguished for its diversity and openness. The town boasts an Interfaith Clergy Council and an "Affirming Diversity" group foster cooperative understanding among several varieties of Christian and Jewish congregations, an Islamic mosque, and a Unitarian church as well as adherents of Eastern religions.
Beautiful and diverse Sharon is an attractive community among its immediate neighbors Canton, Norwood, Walpole, Foxboro, Stoughton, Mansfield and Easton.