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Sea Dog Brew Pub’s N. Conway location, Farrelly gets regional SIOR post … and more


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Sea Dog Brewing Company, a Maine-based brewer of handcrafted beer, will open its first New Hampshire location in an 18th century barn at The Red Barn Shopping Center in North Conway. The New Hampshire Sea Dog Brew Pub joins three company locations in Maine and two in Florida. A November opening is planned.

According to Jim Kaplan of the Red Barn Shopping Center, the historic barn will be renovated for Sea Dog, and will have a fresh but rustic look.

The 8,000-square-foot, 235-seat restaurant will occupy the main floor and the mezzanine of the barn and will have a large, sweeping bar area. A new seating area with the same post and beam construction as the barn is planned.

Construction began in July, with the pub opening planned for November. Up to 60 jobs will be created by the opening of the pub.

Sea Dog Brew Pub will join North Conway Music Center, Corning Outlet Center, Close Knit Sisters, North Conway Furniture Outlet, Dollar Tree and Pain Care.

 

Thomas P. Farrelly of Rye, who heads up the Cushman & Wakefield’s New Hampshire brokerage team, has been elected Northeast regional director by The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, the leadership position for SIOR chapters from New York to Maine.

Farrelly is immediate past president of SIOR’s New England chapter.

 

Cowan Goudreau Architects of Concord has been awarded the contract for campus master-planning of The Derryfield School in Manchester. CGA was also selected to complete Schematic Design of a new athletic/wellness center and a new dinning commons complex.

Cowan Goudreau will act as architect of record in collaboration with the firm of Centerbrook Architects of Centerbrook, Conn.

 

Jennifer Murphy Aubin of the Rochester Office of Economic Development and Michelle Mears of the city’s Planning Department have been accepted into the Economic Development Academy offered by the University of New Hampshire Extension Cooperative Extension.

The academy is a four-month practice-based course to build the skills of economic development and community planning professionals.

In addition, Jennifer Marsh of Milton has been hired as an economic development specialist in the Rochester Office of Economic Development. Marsh previously worked as a real estate agent with Keller Williams Coastal Realty in Portsmouth and Marsh Realtors in Rochester.

 

Raymond-based Jewett Automotive Design & Construction Inc. recently completed an infill addition for the AutoServ Dealer Group in Tilton. It was the fourth project Jewett has undertaken for AutoServ.

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