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

Dartmouth-Hitchcock invests $3m in ROC initiative, Wentworth By The Sea Country Club opens event center … and more
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Judith Martin has been named the new executive director of Intown Concord Inc. Martin, most recently director of development and marketing for Family Promise of Southern New Hampshire in Nashua, previously was executive director of the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors.

Al Terry Plumbing & Heating, Hooksett, has added Daniel Desrosiers and Cody Berthiaume to its staff. Desrosiers has 25 years of experience in the HVAC construction industry. Berthiaume has been in the commercial plumbing and HVAC industry for seven years.

TFMoran recently presented a total of $3,000 to two organizations that address hunger in New Hampshire. On Dec. 8, the firm’s Bedford office donated $2,000 to the New Hampshire Food Bank, and on Dec. 9, TFMoran’s Portsmouth office staff presented a $1,000 check to the Seacoast food pantry Gather.

Brookstone Builders Inc., Manchester, recently completed a renovation project at the Federal Express shipping center on Industrial Drive in Londonderry. The project involved a range of updates to the facility, which is owned by Aeroterm LLC of Annapolis, Md.. Scott Launier was Brookstone’s project manager.

Construction of a new building overlooking the 18th fairway was completed earlier this year at Wentworth By The Sea Country Club. The building has almost 4,000 square feet of flexible space for large or small business meetings, conferences, charity fundraising dinners/auctions, wedding events and client appreciation events. “We are pleased to offer an appealing and versatile event space available to the Seacoast business community,” said Robert Diodati, club manager, For more information, contact Nichole Carrigan at 603-433-3050, ext. 105.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health has made a $3 million investment in the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund to help its efforts in providing financing and technical assistance to allow homeowners in manufactured-home parks to purchase and run their parks as resident-owned communities, or ROCs, “Affordable housing is already hard to come by in New Hampshire, and with many out of work or seeing reduced incomes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, there’s never been a more critical time to do our part to make sure safe, affordable housing is not a luxury,” said Michael Waters, D-HH Treasurer.

Bar Harbor Bank & Trust has made a $7,500 contribution to NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire in support of West Side RENEW, an initiative to redevelop and preserve properties in significant decline or in need of capital improvements on Manchester’s West Side. The bank’s contribution supports the second phase of the initiative, which is the redevelopment of apartments on Douglas Street in Manchester.

Merchants Plaza, a 15,000-square-foot mixed-use commercial building located at 1 Old Dover Rd., Rochester, and a 1,152-square-foot freestanding commercial building at 682 Columbus Ave. in Rochester have been sold by SWD Property Management to Humoresque LLC of Rochester for $835,000. by Jody Skaff and Catie Medeirosof The Kane Company handled the transaction.

Clear Choice Home Improvements has been listed for the second year in a row on the annual Qualified Remodeler HIP 200 List,, which recognizes the nation’s top home remodeling companies. Ranked by annual revenue, CCHI was listed at No. 87.

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