Northern New England

Prolman Realty, Inc. completes sale of 5-9 Main St. for $535,000 - JCS Realty Corp. sold the 3,0555 s/f property to CAZ Holdings, LLC

Nashua, NH Prolman Realty, Inc. completed the sale of 5-9 Main St. to CAZ Holdings, LLC of Andover, Mass.  According to Mark Prolman...

Stantec selected for $35 million infrastructure design at PNSY in Kittery

Kittery, ME Global design firm Stantec has been awarded $35 million in assignments for planning and preliminary design of a multi-...

Malloy joins Hinckley Allen as counsel to the Real Estate Group

Manchester, NH Hinckley Allen has welcomed Robin Malloy as counsel to the firm’s real estate group. Malloy is a real es...

Dickson of Stebbins Commercial Properties leases 6,580 s/f

Hooksett, NH Tom Dickson, commercial real estate agent for Stebbins Commercial Properties, Inc. has leased 6,580 s/f at 1118 Hooksett Rd. fr...

EMCAP Lending appoints Joyce as senior commercial loan officer

Portsmouth, NH EMCAP Lending has appointed Bryan Joyce as senior commercial loan officer serving Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hamps...

Roche Realty Group hosts ribbon cutting for Highland Ridge community

Tilton, NH A ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the brand new Highland Ridge residential community in the Lakes Region, in a 50-acre setti...

CPManagement supports NHSCPA Give a Second Chance holiday drive

Stratham, NH CPManagement, Inc. supported the “Give a Second Chance” holiday drive by donating baskets and shopping carts full o...

A retrospective look back at 2018, and a look forward to 2019 for commercial real estate - by Bill Norton

I have been asked to do a retrospective look back and a look forward. 2018 was more of the same for commercial real estate. All sectors advanced except retail. However, there was tightening in multifamily and office. This is measured by lease rates, which were softening but mostly with additional concessions and

NAI/J.L. Davis Realty leases 4,000 s/f to City Hardware

Burlington, VT After a 35-year absence, downtown Burlington residents and businesses will be able to shop at a locally owned hardware store....

Looking forward to a successful 2019 for NHCIBOR - by Douglas Martin

There are big shoes to fill as incoming president of NHCIBOR.  I want to start by saying thank you to Ralph Valentine for your tremendous service over the last year, and thank you to our members for entrusting me with this position. I look forward to working with our members, board, and various committees to continue the growth and success of NHCIBOR. It is humbling to see the