Northern New England

Portside Real Estate opens office in Portsmouth

Portsmouth, NH Portside Real Estate Group of Maine has opened an office on 155 Fleet St. The new location will be the firm’s first out of state venture, marking a shift to serve clients from the Seacoast

Mendola of NAI Norwood negotiates $4.8m sale of 39,825 s/f self storage

Hudson, NH NAI Norwood Group has completed the sale of Hudson Self Storage. The self-storage facility was sold to an institutional buyer for $4.8 million. This property has 39,825 s/f of net rentable space

Rasmussen and Ward join Gawron Turgeon

Scarborough, ME Gawron Turgeon Architects, P.C., (GTA) has made two new hires to its team. Eric Rasmussen joins GTA as a project manager. Rasmussen has over two decades of experience in a diverse range

Butler, St. John and McLaughlin of CBRE negotiate sale of Timberwood Commons

Lebanon, NH CBRE has arranged the $69.25 million sale of Timberwood Commons, a 252-unit 100% market rate multifamily community located at 6 Timberwood Dr. CBRE Capital Markets’ multi-housing

Marcus & Millichap brokers sale of 58,064 s/f Creative Self Storage

BRENTWOOD, NH Marcus & Millichap brokered the sale of Creative Self Storage, a 58,064 s/f self-storage facility, according to Grant Fitzgerald, regional manager of the firm’s Columbus office.

Overdeput and Robbins of Colliers lease 52,000 s/f at 1 Wall St.

Hudson, NH Colliers has leased 52,000 s/f to MICROGEM US Inc. at 1 Wall St., a 140,000 s/f R&D facility off Rte. 111. Hugo Overdeput and Andrew Robbins, of Colliers’ Manchester office

Demand outpacing supply in the Southern New Hampshire industrial market - by Michael Harrington

The positive ripple effects of the growing digital economy continues to be felt throughout the Southern New Hampshire industrial sector and are amplified by the pandemic. As witnessed

We are truly a region of spirited, driven and highly motivated entrepreneurs - by David De Lise

First and foremost, I hope this article finds our friends, colleagues and loved ones healthy and safe. Moving into the second quarter, I thought it would be interesting to pause and take note of where we are in the commercial real estate cycle,

If infrastructure bill is passed, expect CRE to strengthen - by Joe Friedman

With the first quarter of 2021 in the books, a big question is whether the coming spike up in the economy will be as dramatic as the spike down that occurred one year ago. Commercial Realtors, ever an optimistic group, point

Project of the Month: TFMoran and local youth sport supporters bring new life to sports enthusiasts in Southern N.H.

Hooksett, NH  “The sound of laughter is like the vaulted dome of a temple of happiness” said Milan Kundera, a French writer of Czech origin. He may not have had the New Hampshire