New real estate marketing firm launched, CMC wins $500,000 grant from HHS for expansion… and more
agent confidential, a new marketing company dedicated to the real estate industry has been launched in Manchester. The company’s co-founders are longtime marketing his specialists Colleen Cowett and Ami his D’Amelio, who serve independent realtors and brokers with a separate strategic marketing plan and execution, including online and offline. provide.
Marketing, social media, video, print and promotional solutions. Cowette is a strategy consultant and D’Amelio is his director of accounts.
A major downtown mixed-use development that includes boutique hotels and restaurants has received a Certificate of Approval from the unanimous Portsmouth Historic District Commission.Developer proposed 1 Congress St. Project Mark McNabincludes the renovation and restoration of two historic buildings and the construction of a three-story building on what is now an above-ground parking lot. The site is across from the North Church. This development aims to make the area “pedestrian friendly” while allowing Haven Court to become the essential connection between “McIntyre (Federal Building) and the Bridge Street Lot”. Yes, said the architect. Tracy Kozak.
Salem’s poker room was given conditional approval by the town’s planning commission to expand into the former Kmart department store on a vacant lot across the street from its current location.New work schedule Chasers Poker Room 161 South Broadway approved 490 electronic games and 160 table games for a total of 650 seats. There are still tables in the original location. Business expected in Chasers’ second spot is estimated to grow to $10 million at more than 40 local organizations, doubling his philanthropic donations.
The US Department of Health and Human Services awarded a $500,000 grant. catholic medical center In Manchester, we will support the construction and improvement of the Behavioral Health Annex of the CMC’s Emergency Department, which is intended to meet the growing need for treatment of behavioral health and substance use disorders. Renovation and expansion projects include a new behavioral health annex with additional beds and rooms. The grant was announced by a US Senator. Jeanne Shaheensecured funding.