People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Roundup
Brady Sullivan opens Lawrence mill, Maugel Architects names new Portsmouth studio manager ... and more
Maugel Architects recently announced that Britni Rotunda, AIA, has been promoted to the DeStefano Maugel Studio Manager for the firm’s Portsmouth office. Prior to her new leadership position, Rotunda served as a project architect at DeStefano Maugel Architects, where she was responsible for overseeing many of the studio’s largest and most complex projects. Rotunda has over 10 years of project management experience across a wide range of projects in the custom residential and commercial markets. In 2019, Harvard, Mass., based Maugel Architects acquired DeStefano Architects of Portsmouth.
Debbie Kane has joined architecture, planning and interior design firm JSA Design as marketing manager. In her new position, Kane is responsible for producing content across the firm’s web, social and email marketing channels, as well as managing new business proposals and presentations, and public relations. A resident of Exeter, Kane has owned her own writing and communications business, Kane Communications, for 14 years. Her professional experience includes nonprofit and for-profit marketing communications for Phillips Exeter Academy, the University of New Hampshire as well as several New England museums. She was most recently marketing manager for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art in Maine.
Prolman Realty, Inc. is pleased to announce the sale of 78 Northeastern Blvd. Unit 3 & 4 in Nashua to Breakthrough Behavioral and Educational Consultants, LLC. According to Lisa Ferrari, who represented GL Perkins Real Estate, LLC (Seller) and assisted the Buyer, “the 4,800 square foot free-standing office condominium is situated in the Northbridge Business Center and shall be the second location for the buyer who has an office in Amherst, NH d.b.a. KIN:PATHIC.” According to The Hillsborough Country Registry of Deeds the sale price was $330,000.
Meredith Village Savings Bank recently purchased $35,000 in tax credits from Lakes Region Community Developers through the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority to support renovations at LRCD’s new headquarters at 193 Court Street in Laconia. In 2019, LRCD bought the old Walter’s Market with the plan to turn it into their forever home. The first phase of renovations included interior restorations and repairs to suit the organization’s programmatic needs, adding new insulation and siding on the southwest-facing exterior wall, and improving the building’s front façade. The tax credits will be used for the remaining list of energy efficiency, safety and aesthetic improvements.
Arthur Sullivan and Shane Brady, principal partners of Brady Sullivan Properties, hosted a grand opening event last month with more than 75 guests to celebrate the renovation of Pacific Mill Lofts in Lawrence, Mass., Pacific Mill Lofts, located at 300 Canal Street, is comprised of three renovated mill buildings that are now home to 345 luxury loft apartments.
Hudson-based M2 Mechanical has donated a sophisticated air filtration system to a Veterans Hall in Hudson. According to M2 Mechanical Director, Steve Klatt, the system – known as a “scrubber” – can clean 8,300 square feet using three state of the art patented methods: HEPA, UVA, and Needlepoint Ionization. The value of the equipment is $14,000.