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Brady Sullivan inks leases at new Keene properties, Coldwell Banker offices honored … and more



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Manchester-based Brady Sullivan Properties, which recently completed its acquisition of the Colony Mill and the Center at Keene in Keene, has announced five transactions totaling nearly 8,000 square feet of space at the properties. New businesses are: Dr. Don Hudson, DDS; Michelle Bourassa, professional life coach; True Necessities, which had earlier been located at the Colony Mill for over 15 years;

Keene Fusion, a Pilates, fitness training and dance studio; and Granite State Goodies, a boutique store.

 

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England was recently honored for its outstanding performance during the past year by Cartus Broker Network International, a worldwide leader in employee relocation solutions.

The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage offices in New Hampshire and Maine received the Gold Award, which is based on performance results related to a wide variety of goals including customer service, cost management, and appraisal accuracy.

The New Hampshire and Maine offices also received the Five Star Award, which recognizes brokers who have met or exceeded their individual objectives for outgoing broker-to-broker referral closings during the calendar year.

 

Liberty Utilities recently funded a $290,000 energy-efficiency project at the 260-unit Royal Concord Gardens low-income housing complex in Concord.

The complex was recently purchased by a new owner who began an extensive renovation funded in conjunction with the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority, and Liberty provided a 100 percent rebate for insulation and air sealing.

 

NAI Norwood Group has announced the sale of 0.9 acres of land to Cumberland Farms on Route 125 in Epping. John Mueller of NAI Norwood Group represented the seller, Goodrich Brick and Stone, in the transaction.

 

Lake Sunapee Bank and Charter Trust Company are joining forces at a single location at 68 Main St. in downtown Hanover. The new office opens March 31.

 

The American College of Healthcare Architects has named Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center one of two recipients of ACHA’s inaugural Legacy Project Awards.

Shepley Bulfinch completed Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s 1.2 million square foot medical center in Lebanon in 1991, to provide a physically integrated campus of clinical, academic, and research facilities that would be flexible and adaptable over time.

Since it opened, the campus has more than doubled in size in a succession of projects, most by the Shepley Bulfinch, adding research, clinical, and administrative space. Its success stands as testimony to the clear organizing concepts of its original design.

 

Rockland, Mass.-based Integrated Builders recently completed a new office space for AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions -- the fifth project Integrated has worked on in the 600,000-square-foot building located at 9 Northeastern Boulevard in Salem.

In addition to external improvements, Integrated provided AdvantEdge with a 38,000-square-foot interior renovation for their office space.

Integrated worked with Equity Industrial Partners, Level Design Group, LLC, and Maugel Architects on the development, which included installation of a new storefront around the exterior of the building and providing a new parking lot.

 

Raymond-based Jewett Automotive Design & Construction recently completed renovations to the RC Olsen Cadillac dealership at 201 Cambridge St. in Woburn, Mass. It was the second renovation Jewett has undertaken at the dealership.

 

Engineering firm Wright-Pierce has announced the addition of eight people to its staff since the start of the year.

Four of the staff additions were at the firm’s Portsmouth office: Luke Conte, an electrical engineer; Michael Curry, a wastewater engineer; Ross Tsantoulis, a civil engineer; and Alex Misiaszek, an instrumentation/controls engineer and certified energy manager.


 

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