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Mesa Zendt named Portsmouth’s new planning director … and more
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Jane Swett of Dalton has joined the Littleton office of Peabody & Smith Realty as a full-time sales associate.

Hooksett-based Procon is design-build contractor for Monarch Communities’ newest senior living facility, the Monarch Senior Residence, in Weymouth, Mass. The community will add 165 apartments to the Monarch portfolio when it opens in the summer of 2023, the company said. It will include 91 independent living apartments, 48 assisted living apartments and 26 memory care apartments.

SVN Masiello has announced the sale of 7 Field Lane in Belmont, 4.94-acre investment property with a 15,000-square foot building, to Houlton LLC for $967,500. Chris Pascucci of SVN Masiello Commercial represented the seller, Advanced Power Technology. The buyer was represented by Deane Navaroli of William & Reeves.

The American Land Title Association’s Good Deeds Foundation has awarded $6,000 to NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire in Manchester. First American Title Insurance Company in Concord nominated the organization for the funding because of the organization’s efforts to provide access to quality housing services and revitalize neighborhoods.

Beverly Mesa Zendt has been named Portsmouth’s new planning and development director. She is expected to start work on Jan. 10, 2022. Mesa Zendt has 16 years of municipal planning department experience, most recently as deputy director of planning and community development for the city of Redmond Wash. Prior to that, she spent three years as assistant director of planning and community development for Island County, Wash.

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