CH+R Purchases Four Wall Street Property Plans to Alleviate Housing Shortage in Capital City

Concord, N.H. – (November 28, 2017) – Concord Housing + Redevelopment’s Executive Director John Hoyt announces the purchase of Concord’s Four Wall Street property. The buildings were constructed in 1920.

The offices that currently occupy the larger building will be turned into two 1,500 square foot apartments. The apartments will have two bedrooms and one and a half baths. The building will be brought up to today’s safety and building codes. It will also get new windows, a new roof and be repainted. The smaller building will see some exterior work. The current businesses located inside the smaller building will remain.

“This is an exciting piece of property for us to purchase,” said John Hoyt, of Concord Housing + Redevelopment. “It is located just one block from Main Street, and has off street parking for future residents. It’s highly desirable, and will be attractive to renters. We are happy that we will soon be able to offer up these market rate apartments, since the housing crunch in Concord continues to be a problem for many people.”