Northern New England
The carbon sequestered in your building materials: Protocols for addressing impact of design and development - by Thomas House
There are several protocols for addressing the carbon impact of design and development, the most well-known being LEED, and Passivhaus (on this side of the pond, Passive House Institute US). Here are some things to consider – and we’ll highlight a common sense third way.
Protecting and managing the family vacation home: Have a written agreement in place - by Philip HastingsOver the past few years, I have helped several clients in some variation of the following situation: “My parents recently passed away, leaving the family vacation property to me and my brothers and sisters. What do we do now?” Although every situation is unique, there are several common issues that families in these circumstances need to think about.
Chittenden County Vermont experiencing a flurry of growth and development - by Doug Nedde and Nikki Fitzcharles
Chittenden County has experienced a flurry of development in the last two years, with the majority of growth occurring in the retail and residential rental markets. One of the major projects is the development of 60 acres of waterfront property by Eric Farrell called Cambrian Rise, which will feature a 735-unit mix of condos, houses, apartments, restaurants, shops and a hotel.
Hudson, NH Novaya Real Estate Ventures has leased 119,000 s/f of industrial space to BAE Systems, which is relocating from Merrimack. The property, located at 36 Executive Dr., features 32’ clear height, 40x40 column spacing, and ample loading and trailer parking. There is 95,000 s/f of available space at the property.
Martin of Colliers International leases 22,000 s/f to AmeriHealth Caritas at the Sundial Center in ManchesterManchester, NH Colliers International, a global leader in commercial real estate services, has leased 22,000 s/f at the Sundial Center to Ameri-Health Caritas. Doug Martin, of Colliers’ Manchester office, represented the landlord
It seems that everyone I speak with in the CRE industry in New England continues to be busier than ever. Certainly a good problem to have, although it makes it tough to find time for a summer break.