New Bedford, MA
Poyant, a leader in building and supporting local, regional and national brands, has acquired Dion Signs, a custom sign manufacturer based in Rhode IslanChestnut Hill, MA
According to New England Development, Serena & Lily, a California-based home and lifestyle company, will open early fall at Chestnut Hill Sq.Maynard, MA
State and local government officials, business leaders and representatives of Capital Group Properties gathered for a ceremonial groundbreaking for a new Market Basket Supermarket that will anchorWaltham, MA
Denenberg Realty Advisors sold a 9-unit mixed-use apartment building at 329-333 Moody St. for $3.45 million. Jake Wagner, senior advisor at Denenberg Realty Advisors represented both the buyer, 333 Moody Street, LLC and the seller, Full House Realty Trust.
New Haven, CT
The Proto Group has completed the following transactions throughout Conn.: Patriot Bank of Stamford has sold a vacant 11,872 s/f retail strip center and single-story home on 1.33 acres at 144 Washington Ave. (Rte. 5) in North Haven for $1.45 million. The buyer is 144 Washington Avenue, LLC and The Proto Group was the sole broker.Boscawen, NH
NAI Norwood Group completed the sale of Boscawen Mini Storage, located at 146 King St. to a private investor for $4 million. Boscawen Mini Storage is a 50,000 s/f self-storage facility. New Bedford, MA
Poyant, a sign manufacturer and branding specialist serving local, regional, and national organizations has named Jeanne Surprenant, associate project manager. In her role, Surprenant supports clients of Dion SignsAvon, CT
“An incredible canvas to create something that doesn’t exist in this marketplace,” is how Carpionato Group’s Joe Pierik describes the Rhode Island developer’s plans now underway to build its 97.5-acre Avon Village Center in Connecticut.
Zen’s Toy Land has signed a 3,888 s/f long-term commitment to open a second location at The Shops at Williams Place, 813 Williams St. Boston, MA
As Wilder, the retail real estate development, management, and leasing firm continues to grow its portfolio down the East Coast, Paige Quigley was promoted to vice president, asset management.