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A Trophy in the Window of the Endicott

A Trophy in the Window of the Endicott

CATCH presented with Community Impact Award by Intown Concord

 

Concord, N.H. – CATCH Neighborhood Housing was honored with the “Best New Downtown Face” Community Impact Award from Intown Concord at that organization’s Annual General Meeting and Locally Famous Art Auction on March 13.  Intown Concord recognized CATCH for the renovations of the historic Endicott Hotel on the corner of Pleasant and South Main Streets in downtown Concord.

CATCH finished renovating the Endicott in the summer of 2013 and residents began moving in at the end of August. The building hosts 24 apartments and several retail spaces, including Live Juice, Northeast Credit Union and Vivid Hair Studio.

President and CEO of CATCH, Rosemary M. Heard, and Project Manager for the Endicott’s redevelopment, Caite Foley, were on hand to accept the award.

“It is so wonderful to receive this kind of recognition, particularly from the community leaders at Intown Concord.” said Heard. “This award squarely belongs to Caite Foley and Mike Reed, CATCH’s real estate development staff, for their amazing efforts with the Endicott.

“We are grateful to everyone who helped bring this redevelopment to life.  CATCH is proud to provide Concord with viable downtown apartment living.”

This award is the culmination of the work of many individuals and organizations that contributed to the successful completion of the Endicott Hotel, including: Chris Carley, C.N. Carley Associates; Christopher W. Closs and Company; Cobb Hill Construction; Eclectica Design; Lavender and Lotus Interior Design; The Leading Edge Drapery; Pheobe Anne Neiswenter, New Hampshire Institute of Art; Nobis Engineering; Northway Bank; Renee Rucci Design and Steffenson Engineering. 

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About CATCH Neighborhood Housing:  CATCH Neighborhood Housing provides a full spectrum of housing services in Merrimack County, including 269 affordable rental apartments and homebuyer education and counseling through HOMEteam New Hampshire.  For more information about CATCH Neighborhood Housing, visit www.catchhousing.org or call (603) 225-8835.

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