Built in 1934 as the North Branch of the Salem Public Library, this magnificent structure is built of steel, concrete, brick and slate. The property boasts soaring ceilings, tall windows that provide ample light, and stunning architectural details including original woodwork and lighting fixtures, two fireplaces and eight parking spaces. It boasts a private entrance, conference room, kitchenette and all the built-in shelves any business could want. Close to the train to Boston, and easy access to highways, restaurants, cafes, museums and nightlife. Sold by the City of Salem in 1977, the building housed a group of psychologists until 1995, housed a publishing business until this year, and now is ready for your business!