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Development near Sewell’s Falls grows to a proposed 944 housing units

A proposed development at Sewall's Falls in north Concord has grown to 944 apartments, condominiums and townhouses, an increase of almost 50% since it was informally presented last summer. The project, called Monitor Way because much of it would be built on land alongside the Concord Monitor building on Sewalls Falls Road, seeks to build 151 workforce housing units, 327 market-rate apartments within a mixed-use retail center, 223 standalone market-rate apartments, 71 townhouses for sale and 172 condominiums for sale and rent. It would also feature over 100,000 square feet of commercial retail space and another 100,000 square feet of self-storage space.

2023-10-20T14:50:15-04:00October 17th, 2023|

Big mixed-use development plan in Concord may expand by 40 acres

For three decades economists have signaled that New Hampshire has a “housing mismatch” – or an Econ 101 issue where demand supersedes supply of available houses. But new numbers released by New Hampshire Housing illustrate what a vast discrepancy this has become. Estimates say that the state will need 60,000 units by 2030 to meet current demand. By 2040, that number will grow to 90,000.

2023-08-17T10:28:33-04:00April 15th, 2023|
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