Developing Concord, one project at a time

McCord, Michael
November 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;11/18/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 24, p26
The article discusses the Smile Building, a commercial real estate project, in Concord, New Hampshire. It mentions that the building has more spaces for classes, officers and a museum containing items. It also adds that the impact of the project has proven substantial because it brings 300 workers. According to Carlos Baia, deputy city manager of Concord, the Smile Building is critical for their downtown because the place is one of the most neglected.


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