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Leadership team takes ownership of Doucet Survey … and more

People And Property LogoOwnership of Newmarket-based Doucet Survey LLC has officially transitioned from founder Bill Doucet to several long-term leadership team members – Steve Michaud, Jack Kaiser, Jeffrey Goldknopf and Matthew Fagginger-Auer. Doucet will remain chief operating officer of the firm he founded 28 years ago. Today, it is among the largest dedicated land surveying firms in northern New England, with offices in Newmarket, Bedford and Keene as well as Kennebunk, Maine.

Mike Reed, president of Stebbins Commercial Properties, has announced the sale of the 30,000-square-foot commercial building at 215 Canal St. in Manchester to Travis and Kyle York of Manchester. Seller was 215 Canal Street LLC of Manchester. Reed represented the seller, 215 Canal Street, and Don Eaton of Colliers International represented the buyer in the transaction. According to the Hillsborough County Registry of Deeds, sale price was $2.3 million.

Reed represented the buyer, Queen City NK, and assisted the seller, SPS 2 Realty Holdings LLC, ,in another recent transaction, this one the sale of an 18,750-square-foot commercial building at 815 Elm. St. in Manchester. According to the Registry of Deeds sale price was $1.75 million.

The sale of 637 W. Main St. in Tilton, a 6.75-acre parcel with a newly built self-storage facility, has been sold to Tilton Self Storage LLC for $4.28 million, according to Matthew Bacon and Cassandra Farley of SVN Masiello Commercial, who represented the seller, 637 West Main St LLC. The buyer was represented by Doug Martin of KW Commercial. The facility consists of 11 buildings and an office with a total of 67,050 square feet of rentable storage square footage.

GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc. has announced that Aaron Smart has joined its Bedford office as a senior project manager in its Geotechnical Practice. Prior to joining GZA, Smart held senior positions with the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, overseeing geotechnical engineering for civil projects, and with private-sector firms overseeing commercial and residential development, dam maintenance and manufactured gas plant site remediation.

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