People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News Roundup
Convenient MD adds 25th location, construction and homeless nonprofits receive support ... and more
The John J. Flatley Company broke ground last week on its Nashua Micro-Tech Center at the Gateway Hills industrial park in south Nashua. The project will be constructed along the front of the industrial park’s south side near Exit 1, and includes three one-story buildings totaling 38,000 square feet.
North Branch Construction has completed Building 6, one of three multi-unit apartment buildings under construction in Phase II at the Wallace Farm Apartment Homes community on Bridle Path Lane in Londonderry. Building 5 was completed in October this year. Building 8 is on schedule to be completed in January 2021.
The Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation has awarded $59,033 to 22 nonprofit organizations serving New Hampshire communities, including:
Nashua Police Athletic League
Awarded $1,300 to support the Nashua PAL Building on Hope project: the renovation of their Youth Safe Haven building. The Youth Safe Haven building will be home to afterschool and summer programming for 400 youth as well as PAL Boxing for 75 youth and adults. Building on Hope is a community organization of volunteers who work with builders, architects and designers to provide physical improvements to facilities associated with non-profits. The Nashua PAL fosters positive experiences between the children of Nashua and the members of the Nashua Police Department through sponsored sports, activities and enrichment programs.
Brigid’s House of Hope, Concord
Awarded $2,500 to support one month of rent and utilities for safe housing for victims. Brigid’s House of Hope is a long term, transitional safe house for survivors of human trafficking and exploitation in NH and surrounding areas.
Front Door Agency, Nashua
Awarded $3,400 to help support homeless single mothers and their children with affordable housing, supportive services and extensive case management. Front Door serves families transitioning from crisis to self-sufficiency, offering a range of essential services to Nashua’s disadvantaged population including: shelter, food, heat, child care, transportation, supportive services and education.
Harbor Homes, Nashua
Awarded $2,900 to operate permanent supportive housing units for 150 homeless parents, children and veterans in Greater Nashua. Harbor Homes serves low-income individuals and families who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or living with mental illness and other disabilities.