The Alliance for the Preservation of New Hampshire recently announced its 2021 Seven to Save list. The list includes both highly visible monuments and lesser-known places of importance: United Baptist Church, Laconia; The Weirs Drive-In and the archaeological site; Wilder-Holton House, Lancaster; Milford Bandstand; Newington Railway Depot; and two properties in the Cornish colony, Blow-Me-Down Farm and Percy MacKaye Home;
Belknap landscaping company purchased $ 20,000 in tax credits from the Community Development Finance Authority to support the redevelopment of Gale School in Belmont. The project includes renovating the historic school into a community facility that will include a new early childhood learning center operated by the Boys & Girls Club and a new program center operated by Lakes Region Community Services. Community Developers of the Lakes Region is the developer of the project. Construction could begin as early as summer 2022, if the fundraiser is successful, said Carmen Lorentz of LRDC.
The acquisition of CDFA credits was also Franklin Savings Bank, who recently purchased $ 10,000 to help Family Promise of Southern NH with a short-term housing project to continue its mission to end homelessness for families. Family Promise plans to acquire and reallocate property in western Rockingham County to help families struggling with homelessness in this community.
Based in Ontario, California Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, negotiated the sale of Village Shoppes in Salem, a 170,398 square foot commercial property in Salem. The property was built on 20 acres in 1999 and includes tenants Best Buy, Michaels, PetSmart, DSW, Cost Plus and Five Below. Jim Koury of IPA represented the undisclosed seller and procured the buyer, Academy Hill Realty, in the transaction.
Jewett Construction Company, Fremont, announced that David Scott joined the team as a project manager. Scott, who started his career at CorJen Construction, Boston, was most recently a project manager at Columbia Construction, Reading, Mass.
Herc Holdings Inc. a public company that owns equipment rental supplier Herc Rentals Inc., has acquired substantially all of the assets of Reliable equipment LLC, a New Hampshire-based equipment rental company with branches in Dover and Londonderry. The reliable equipment fleet includes aerial, material handling and earthmoving equipment, as well as specialized air conditioning and power generation equipment. Founded in 2010, the company has more than 50 employees and service coverage from Boston to Portland, Maine. Terms of the contract are not disclosed. The addition of Reliable “expands our presence in New England to eight physical locations, allowing us to serve existing and new customers with a larger fleet and improved responsiveness while providing greater scale to operate more efficiently in the north.” -is from the United States, âsaid Larry Silber, CEO of Herc. .