Union Point – Uniting our Best Aspirations

Union Point is being formed where the towns of Weymouth, Rockland and Abington, Massachusetts unite.

Area Facts

104 K Avgerage
Household Income
45.6 % Batchelor's Degree
or Higher
1.3 Million + Population Within
30 Minutes
12 Miles South
of Boston

Weymouth, MA

Boston Magazine has named Weymouth one of the South Shore’s “Best Places to Live.” The second oldest (1622) town in Massachusetts, Weymouth boasts four village centers and recreation areas such as Legion Memorial Field, George Lane Beach, and Webb Memorial State Park. The town is also known for its medical district, a two-mile stretch that has attracted world-class medical researchers and providers. Massachusetts has designated Weymouth a Housing Choice Community for its growing housing options; and convenient transportation, premier health care, and system of parks continue to attract new residents.

Rockland, MA

Rockland was settled by European settlers, as a northeastern region of neighboring Abington in 1673. Like Abington, the town was the site of a portion of the landing strips of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station which closed in 1997 and is now being incorporated into Union Point. In recent years, a growing number of artists have moved into the community, attracted by former factory buildings as a place to work and meet. Town officials and citizens have moved forward with revitalization of the Rockland Center with a variety of mixed-use buildings all along Union Street.

Abington, MA

Abington is a fourth-smallest town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, with a population of 15,985 (2010 US census). The northeast corner of town is also the site of portions of the runways of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station, which was closed in 1997 as a part of the fourth round of BRAC base closures. Part of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station is now part of Union Point. Abington has evolved into a predominantly residential community with some light manufacturing including printing and machine-tool. On June 10, 2012, Abington celebrated the 300th anniversary of its incorporation.