People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News From Around NH
Wentworth Inn sold, BIA readies Energy Symposium … and more
The sale of the 10,520-square-foot commercial building at 121 Riverfront Drive, Manchester, has been sold by Amoskeag School LLC, Manchester, to Dmitry Zhivotosky of Nashua. Mike Reed of Stebbins Commercial Properties represented the seller, and Laura Nesmith of Colliers International represented the buyer. Sale price was $850,000.
Wason Associates Hospitality Real Estate Brokerage Group, Portsmouth, has announced the sale of the historic Wentworth Inn in Jackson. The property, a 61-room hotel, was acquired by AE Wentworth LLC. No sale price was provided. Earle Wason of Wason Associates represented the seller and presented the property.
The Business & Industry Association will host its 2021 New Hampshire Energy Symposium Webinar Series on Tuesday, Dec. 14, and Wednesday, Dec. 15. The webinar will be held from 9 a.m. to noon both days. Scheduled presentations include the 2022 winter energy outlook; energy storage; exploring how some New Hampshire companies are making changes towards sustainable energy; and panel discussions exploring what the future looks like from an energy perspective. For more information visit BIAofNH.com. Presenting sponsor is the event and other sponsors are Unitil and Liberty Utilities.
The Seacoast Board of Realtors recently donated over $26,000 to Step Up Parents at its Community Outreach Committee Brunch. The gift represents the culmination of the board’s 2021 fundraising efforts. This year’s initiatives included a golf tournament, wine auction and silent auction as well as a Pampered Chef and ‘Sea Bag’ Specialty Tote sales.