People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup

Colliers to market Bedford spec office building … and more
Shown at the ribbon-cutting for NBT Bank’s new branch location at the Colony Mill Marketplace in Keene are, from left: Ben Wheeler, NBT senior vice president and regional manager; Marilyn Charbonneau, NBT business development officer; Keene Mayor Kendall Lane; Shannon Bartolomucci, NBT retail market manager; Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce President Phil Suter; branch manager Eliza Berry; and Brian Perkins, commercial banking relationship manager.

NBT Bank has opened a new location at the Colony Mill Marketplace in Keene in an historic building that was originally constructed in 1810. Working on the project were: R. Meier Carpentry & Remodeling LLC, Charlestown; Cheshire County Electric LLC, Winchester; Matt Beam Plumbing & Heating, Walpole; Pride Security, Manchester; CW Davis Construction, Troy; S&S Painting & Decorating, Swanzey; Tom Calls Excavation, Bellows Falls, Vt.; Lesser’s 4 Season Services, Keene; and Blanc Building & Masonry, Walpole.

A multifamily residential building sitting on 1.75-acre parcel at 2743 Brown Ave. in Manchester has been sold by the estate of Olga Katrycz to DOB Land Holdings LLC. Aron Brown of NAI Norwood Group represented the seller and assisted the buyer in the transaction. The purchaser plans to tear down the existing structure and build a 10,000-square-foot veterinary clinic at the site.

Colliers International has been named the exclusive leasing agent for a new office building at 39 Constitution Drive in Bedford. The building, the first spec office building in the Bedford market in several years, is a partnership of Riley Enterprises with Stone River Architects, Sullivan Construction and Stibler Associates. Doug Martin of Colliers is pre-leasing suites that range in size from 15,000 square feet to 44,000 square feet.

Dylan Cruess, chief operating officer and a principal of TFMoran, has joined the board of directors of the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts.

Amanda MacNally of Pembroke has joined Al Terry Plumbing & Heating, Hooksett, as a strategic assistant. McNally has over seven years of experience in the construction industry, for both construction management and subcontracting firms.

Meredith Village Savings Bank is once again supporting HOMEteam with a $10,000 donation, a joint initiative of CATCH Neighborhood Housing, NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire and Lakes Region Community Developers. Through a workshops, one-on-one counseling and other resources, HOMEteam helps first-time home buyers and renters.

Duxbury, Mass.-based VERC Enterprises, a convenience store and Mobil/Gulf gasoline operator with locations throughout eastern Massachusetts and New Hampshire has acquired the Gulf station at 135 South Broadway in Salem, NH. All employees at the station will remain under the new ownership and are “welcomed to the VERC family,” said Leo Vercollone, CEO of VERC.

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