People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News From Around NH

LDI expansion project awarded BFA loan, Langley completes Veterinary Emergency Center … and more
Mayor Donchess With Arthur Sullivan

Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess, right, and Arthur Sullivan of Brady Sullivan Properties, stand outside the site of the planned Nashua Performing Arts Center at 201 Main St in the Gate City. Brady Sullivan recently committed $100,000 to the project enter through the Community Development Finance Authority’s tax credit program.

Brookstone Builders, Manchester, has hired Scott Launier as a project manager. Launier, who has over 15 years of construction and management experience, has worked as a project manager, safety coordinator and radiation safety officer and has also worked in the procurement, quality assurance, marketing, and business development areas.

The O’Halloran Group, Keller Williams Lakes & Mountains Realty, New London, held its first Ultra 1K benefit race. Originally planned as a race course around the town, with an obstacle course and after party, the virtual race event raised over $8,000, which was donated to Wish List NH, the Kearsarge Lake Sunapee Food Pantry and the Cougar Cubby for the New London Elementary School. Sponsors of the event included Title Mortgage Solutions, Northcape Design, Inspections by Eric, Old Hampshire Designs, Birdsall Inspections, Colby Insurance, db Landscaping, Rick Sorger’s Professional Heating and Air Conditioning, Village Sports, Prime Motor Group, Hudkins Law, Sweet Beginnings Daycare, Lorelle Foulds, Millennial Moving Solutions, Cicely Beston Interior Designs, Barbara Lizotte, Philip Nicholson – Builder and Jeff and Allisen Heath.

LDI, a medical manufacturer building a new manufacturing facility in Rochester’s industrial park, has been granted a $3 million loan for the project by the state Business Finance Authority. The expansion is expected to bring 40 new jobs to the city. The BFA also announced it is issuing a $75 million conduit bond to enable Pennichuck Waterworks to consolidate older bonds on its books, taking advantage of the lower interest rate environment currently available. Conduit bonds are loans from a private lender to a borrower and the state takes no risk in the transaction, said the BFA.

Langley Construction, Goffstown, has completed work on the new home of Veterinary Emergency Center of Manchester, is now located at 2743 Brown Ave. in Manchester. The new 12,800-square-foot facility Architect was Rauhaus Freedenfeld & Associates, Boston.

New Hampshire Legal Assistance has been awarded two federal Housing and Urban Development grants totaling nearly $485,000 to help promote fair housing and address housing discrimination.

Marilyn Richards has joined Roche Realty Group Inc.’s Meredith office. She is the owner and head designer of Designing Woman Interiors and has participated in the design and management of a many home remodels, working closely with contractors and supplying furniture, staging, and consulting.

Bethlehem-based North Country Council Inc. has been awarded $400,000 in CARES Act funding from the federal Economic Development Administration to update economic development plans and fortify programs to assist communities in responding to the coronavirus pandemic.

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