Concord, NH, May 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The NH Division of Economic Development, in connection with the Rochester Economic Development Commission (a regional partner), announces the availability of call center space in Rochester for property, casualty, and life insurance companies. 100,000 square feet of finished commercial real estate and office condominiums now await new tenants on Industrial Way.
Rochester Economic Development Commission (REDC) Manager, Karen Pollard said the finished space is ideal for a call center, insurance office, or a company headquarters. She notes that the networking computer equipment company Cabletron had built one of the buildings to serve as a corporate headquarters. “The buildings are attractively built, the entrances are very nice and there are plenty of windows,” she said, adding that the space was also wired to accommodate high technology.
Located off exit 14 off the Spaulding Turnpike, the campus at 35 and 35E Industrial Way, currently being marketed by Brady Sullivan Properties, features open office spaces, R&D/Lab space with heavy power and air conditioning, raised floor computer rooms, a large cafeteria and vending area, and back-up generators. The manufacturing space available features excellent lighting and power distribution, six loading docks and air conditioning. The space can also be customized.
Pollard said the space is agreeably priced and has tons of parking. Aside from the premier space available, Pollard said the area has the workforce to support business and industrial endeavors.
Generally, the city is enjoying an economic boom of its own, Pollard notes. Holy Rosary Credit Union just doubled the size of its facility, and Service Credit Union expanded with a customer service center on Main Street that employs 100 people. Albany Engineered Composites has also announced plans to build a new plant next to its existing building, and to relocate its corporate headquarters from New York to New Hampshire. The new plant is expected to create 300 new jobs.
For more information about this or other NH Seacoast redomestication opportunities, contact Karen Pollard, Economic Development Manager for the REDC, at 603-335-7522.
This is just one of hundreds of commercial office properties available throughout the state. To explore other areas and opportunities, contact Michael Bergeron, Business Development Manager for the state’s Division of Economic Development, at 603-271-2591.
About Redomesticate NH
A multi-year partnership between the NH Division of Economic Development and the NH Insurance Department and the the Redomesticate NH initiative educates decision makers for life, property, and casualty insurance companies about the benefits of domiciling their companies in New Hampshire. Centered around a reduction of the premium tax to 1.25%, the state also offers insurance companies a highly-educated workforce, move-in-ready commercial real estate, responsive regulators, a high quality of life, and an overall business-friendly environment. Learn more at http://www.RedomesticateNH.com, on Facebook at http://Facebook.com/RedomesticateNH, and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/RedomesticateNH.