People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup
Space leased at former Salem Coke plant … and more
Families in Transition recently received a $50,000 donation from Brady Sullivan Properties for the construction of its new emergency family shelter and resource center on Lake Avenue in Manchester. Pictured are Maureen Beauregard, president of Families in Transition, and Arthur Sullivan, principal partner of Brady Sullivan. The donation, made through the Community Development Finance Authority’s Tax Credit Program, will support the construction of a new family shelter on Lake Avenue in Manchester.
CBRE/New England has announced that 36creative has leased 4,620 square feet at 23 S. Broadway in Salem, the former Coca-Cola bottling plant, from MetScott21, LLC.
The firm is a boutique brand development and creative agency.
CBRE/NE’s Chris Healey represented 36creative in the transaction. Art Bonin of Arbonin Companies LLC represented MetScot21.
Salvatore “Sam” Amato Jr., vice president for planning and pre-construction at Jewett Construction Co., Raymond, has been named to the board of directors of the Haverhill YMCA in Haverhill, Mass.
Ken Radford of mechanical contracting firm Palmer and Sicard recently graduated from the Associated Builders and Contractors Future Leaders in Construction Program.
Keene-based Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate/The Masiello Group has been named one of the 75 largest real estate companies in the United States by REAL Trends 500, an annual research report that identifies the country’s largest residential real estate firms. It is the seventh consecutive year the company has landed in the top 100 of this highly regarded industry report, which ranks firms based on closed transaction sides.
On June 26, residents of the 33-unit Hillsboro II Mobile Home Park closed on the purchase of their park, making it New Hampshire’s 114th resident-owned community. Using technical assistance and training from the ROC-NH program of the NH Community Loan Fund, residents organized and formed Parkland Estates Cooperative Inc. last October. They purchased the park from THR Corp. for $1,327,500 with financing from the NH Community Loan Fund and Franklin Savings Bank.