The Massachusetts Asset Management System (MAssets) records, maps and reports on the acquisitions and dispositions of all Commonwealth owned and leased Real Property. As of the production of this report the Commonwealth owns more than 14,000 land parcels in nearly all of the 351 cities and towns across the Commonwealth. This totals over 700,000 acres of land and over 81 million gross square feet of buildings and other improvements.
The 81 million gross square feet of structures that the Commonwealth owns, includes office buildings, university campuses, hospitals, highway depots, skating rinks, pools, residences, and many more. These assets are managed by many different state agencies who exercise care and control over the property. The Commonwealth also leases over 6,836,769 usable square feet of space from the private sector.
This 2013 MAssets Report includes real property data from April 2011through September 2013 and is now indexed and searchable.
MAssets - 2013 Report of Real Property Owned and Leased by the Commonwealth file size 5MB file size 27MB
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