Commercial & Industrial
At the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, Juana Matias is on a mission to make sure knowledge about how to leverage federal affordable housing funds to build a career in housing development knows no color line.
Fannie Mae is adding another year to a pilot program that can help landlords boost tenants’ credit scores by reporting on-time rental payments, and making it free for more landlords to join.
Rising interest rates and inflation are starting to put a slight damper on the hot industrial real estate market in New Hampshire, although vacancy rates are still near record lows.
New Hampshire’s latest life sciences-focused real estate development is now under construction.
The state Council on Housing Stability says New Hampshire will need to find ways to produce almost 90,000 new homes in the next 16 years if it wants to get a handle on its affordability problems.
With the growth of a proposed subdivision on property next to Concord’s local newspaper to 944 units, nearly 2,000 homes across a variety of developments are under consideration by city officials.
Northeast Credit Union is teaming up with The Kane Co., Tidemark and PROCON to get its new headquarters off the ground.
Many area communities bear a disproportionate share of negative environmental consequences from not having a local recycling facility. A new EPA grant could help change that.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled against a group of abutters trying to stop an apartment project in Portsmouth.
After months of no bid activity the online auction for one of the most hotly contested pieces of downtown Portsmouth moved into high gear, and ultimately sold to its first bidder.