Six generation ago, 22-year-old Abel D. Makepeace founded a company whose focus was agriculture, but whose entrepreneurial vision expanded much further. His vision still guides the A.D. Makepeace Company today, as it returns to a tradition of "place making" and "new urbanism" with the creation of Rosebrook Place and Rosebrook Business Park.
At Rosebrook, named for the nearby cranberry bogs, the site is a unique opportunity to incorporate the region's history of agricultural production and natural beauty into a commercial development that pays special attention to our environment and our heritage.
Set amid the natural splendor located at the interchange of State Highway 28 and I-195/I-495, Rosebrook Place and the new 150,000-square-foot Rosebrook Business Park are linked by vehicular roadways and pedestrian walkways, including public transportation.
Upon completion, Rosebrook will be uniquely positioned as the South Coast's premier place to live, work, shop and play.