In an effort to revive this space, the Manchester Development Corp. has purchased the old Club Liquid on Amherst Street. They’d like to see it become a small live music venue or movie theater. Any takers? READ MORE
The houses surrounding Manchester’s beautiful urban parks should be cherished as among the best in town; we need to all work together to turn forgotten gems like the Hill Lassonde House into opportunities — a business, restaurant, or some other use that can be a plus for the entire community. READ MORE
For months, the former Hoitt Furniture building, 267 Wilson Street, has been shuttered, the huge plate-glass windows papered and “for sale” signs on display. The 37,000+ square foot building is currently for sale for $1.5 million READ MORE
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