People and Property: Real estate and construction news rundown
Source Link http://www.nhbr.com/September-6-2013/People-and-Property-Real-estate-and-construction-news-rundown/
New Hampshire Housing has approved over $1 million in funding for the development of Senior Living at Notre Dame in Berlin. The funding will be used by Littleton-based AHEAD (Affordable Housing, Education, and Development) to turn the city’s historic Notre Dame high school into over 30 units of affordable housing for seniors.
Planned renovations include lead abatement and the installation of an energy-efficient wood chip boiler. Residents of the finished project will have access to supportive services and will have the benefit of paying a fixed percentage of their income toward rent. Construction is planned to begin in October, New Hampshire Housing said.
The sale of 247-249 Pleasant St. in Concord – two buildings totaling 5,356 square feet that were once part of the former homestead of Mary Baker Eddy – have been sold by the state of New Hampshire to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center for $900,000. Judy Niles-Simmons and Karl Norwood of NAI Norwood Grouprepresented the seller.
Stratham-based Jones & Beach Engineers Inc. recently completed survey, site design and obtained project approvals for Turbocam’s new 200,000-square-foot manufacturing facility on Route 9 in Barrington. Occupancy is scheduled for spring 2014. Wayne Morrill was the project manager for Jones & Beach and Barry Gier ...