Manchester, NH NHCIBOR held their 3rd annual awards ceremony on June 20th to benefit their chairty NHCIBOR Cares. Three award recipients are part of their team. Judy Niles-Simmons and Perry Snow tied with Brian O’Brien for the 2016 Retail Transaction of the Year. Joe Mendola took home the 2016 Investment Transaction of the Year.
Niles-Simmons and Snow have been working on the Center View Plaza project in Manchester, formerly known as Lowe’s. The 100,000 s/f Huse Rd. building has been subdivided and partially leased. Leases include Chunky’s Cinema and Cowabumga’s.
O’Brien sold the former Walmart on Keller St. last July. The 118,000 s/f building incited a bidding war. Ultimately it was CarMax that bought the site for just over $11 million.
Mendola brokered a transaction between Granite Clover Self-Storage and National Storage Affiliates Trust that consisted of a five property portfolio. The transaction was valued at approximately $28.8 million and consists of 235,000 rentable s/f with 1,900 self-storage units.
The mission of NHCIBOR Cares is to help assist various organizations and individuals in need during emergency situations. Having been in existence for just a few years, NHCC has contributed to over almost two dozen local and statewide causes on behalf of the members who support the NHCC mission. NHCC also awards a Community Service Award at the NHCIBOR annual dinner. NHCC Committee membership is open to any Realtor or affiliate of NHCIBOR, and is encouraged.