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

Hudson self-storage facility sells for $4.8 million … and more
Adam Dean

Portside Real Estate Group, a Maine-based real estate firm, has entered the New Hampshire market with the opening of an office at 155 Fleet St. in Portsmouth. The new location will be the firm’s first location outside of Maine. As part of the expansion, welcome Adam Dean of Newmarket, managing broker of the new Seacoast Division, previously worked as a principal broker at the Bean Group in Portsmouth.

Absolute Title, which has locations in Bedford, Concord and Portsmouth, has created a memorial fund to honor of BJ Cirnigliaro, the company’s senior vice president and one of its first employees, who died last year. The BJ Cirnigliaro Memorial Fund, administered by the NH Charitable Foundation, will focus its work on awarding grants annually to support organizations and causes that will help carry her memory. Starting with $125,000 in seed funding from Absolute Title, the Memorial Fund will support suicide prevention programs, animal shelters and humane societies, and mental health, LGBTQ, and home ownership support organizations. For more information about the fund, visit

Eric Salovitch to survey project manager at TFMoran’s Seacoast Division, based in Portsmouth. Salovitch, who joined the firm in 2019 as a survey technician, is a licensed land surveyor and a certified crew chief. In addition, Jonathan Devine has joined TFMoran as a survey field technician in the Bedford office. Devine, who recently graduated from Montana State University, has an Engineer in Training certification from the state of New Hampshire.

NAI Norwood Group has announced the sale of Hudson Self Storage in Hudson for $4.8 million. The facility, which was sold to an institutional buyer, has 39,825 square feet of net rentable space and 321 units. Joseph Mendola of NAI Norwood and the Argus Self-Storage advisor for northern New England, represented the seller and assisted the buyer in this transaction.

The H.L. Turner Group Inc., Concord, has established the Turner Group Scholarship, which will support New Hampshire high school seniors looking to pursue secondary degrees in architecture and engineering. The firm will award one $1,000 scholarship to a senior already enrolled in an architecture program and one $1,000 scholarship to a senior enrolled in an engineering program beginning in the fall 2021 semester. For more information, visit  hlturner.comin the News section under Community Involvement.

Merrimack County Savings Bank joined with. Capital Regional Development Corp. and the U.S. Small Business Administration in the financing of NH Sportsdome, an indoor training facility that opened recently in Hooksett.

The 80,500 square foot, air-supported, covered single-field dome is available for rent for team field-based sports, such as baseball, field hockey, football, lacrosse and soccer.

Phil Pfluger has joined East Hampstead-based Neighborhood Energy of New Englandas business development director. The firm works with businesses and governments to reduce their energy costs through responsible and environmentally friendly solutions.

Chris Prior, vice president of indoor air quality at Epping-based EnviroVantage, has been named to the IICRC Consensus Body for the S530 Standard for Indoor Environmental Assessment for Suspected Mold Contaminated Structures. IICRC, the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification maintains the industry’s highest standards for the inspection, cleaning and restoration of the built environment. Prior is a certified mold inspector and certified mold remediation supervisor.

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