The first planned industrial city built with a dam to harness the water power of Hadley falls into electricity, Holyoke, also known as “Paper City” is rich in history and tradition. With historical homes going back into the 1700’s across the Elmwood Neighborhood and luxurious newer homes spread across the Highlands there is a variety of architecture across Holyoke. Holyoke’s is rich with Irish history and the city’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is nationally known and always a fun time. Convenient access to travel, shopping at the Holyoke Mall, hot dogs at Nick’s Nest, burgers at The Mick, dinosaur footprints along the river, brunch at the Delaney House, festivals at the Canoe Club, the Volleyball Hall of Fame, the Children’s Museum, the Fully Restored Merry Go-Round, and many more reasons are why we love Holyoke. Municipal owned utilities keep costs lower & with the diverse real estate market, there is everything from starter homes to luxury properties, as well as condos & investment opportunities.
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