Commercial & Industrial
Report Shows Wide Divergence Between Local, Sun Belt Housing Production
A new report from Apartment List researchers shows the dramatic disparity between housing production in Southeastern New Hampshire and Greater Boston and other parts of the country often touted as the region’s chief competition for residents and talent.
In Washington, Officials Test Housing Strategy Rejected by NH Lawmakers
New Hampshire House Bill 44 would have allowed any single-family homeowner connected to municipal sewer and water lines to apply to split their home into a maximum of four distinct housing units.
366 Apartments OK’d in Downtown Manchester
A formerly municipal parking lot is in line for a big density boost in downtown Manchester after the city Zoning Board approved a 366-unit apartment project from Lansing Melbourne Group and NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire.
77 Manchester Apartments Land Tax Break
Aldermen in Manchester have given their approval to a three-year tax break deal to help finance a new multifamily building in the city’s downtown.
Controversial Dartmouth Dorm Gets Zoning OK
Dartmouth College has secured a key zoning exemption for a planned 397-bed dormitory strongly opposed by some residents.
MBA: Commercial, Multifamily Lending to Fall in 2023
Nationwide commercial and multifamily mortgage lending is expected to fall this year by 15 percent, according to an updated forecast from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Sununu Outlines $14.9B Budget Proposal
Promoting what he called “pathways of opportunity,” New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu proposed a two-year $14.9 billion budget Feb. 14 that includes hefty pay raises for state employees, more money for schools and a streamlined professional licensing system designed to attract new workers.
CRE Will See Slower ’23, Local Experts Say
The economic storm clouds that cast a shadow over the commercial, industrial, lab and residential real estate markets in the second half of 2022 will keep threatening the industry in 2023.
Can a Green Bank Offset the ‘Brown Discount’?
Commercial landlords in the U.S. face a $3 trillion bill for weaning their buildings off fossil fuel systems through retrofits, driven by new decarbonization regulations and a growing awareness of the “brown discount” on inefficient buildings.
Charter School Buys Nashua Warehouse
A charter school has paid $11 million for a Nashua industrial building that will form its permanent home.