Andrew Raynor Dover NH
New Hampshire may not be bigger than the average, but it’s never been afraid of big projects. And so it is with Woodmont Commons in Londonderry, which broke ground yesterday (6/6/17).
This project is the first-of-its-kind in New Hampshire. Located on 600 acres, when completed, the planned unit development will have nearly 1 million square feet of retail; 700,000 square feet of office space; 550 hotel rooms; nearly 1,500 residential units, and much more.
Think of it as a community within a community.
Gov. Chris Sununu, civic leaders from Londonderry and across southern New Hampshire, and partners in this project attended the ground-breaking. Sununu noted the benefits this project will have, for not just in Londonderry or the immediate area, but for the entire state. He also cited this as a tool for the state to use to sell outside interests to New Hampshire.
Ari Pollack from Gallagher, Callahan, and Gartrell, emceed the groundbreaking. He discussed the multitude of uses to be derived from Woodmont Commons and said this will be “a true stay, work, play, environment.” This is a concept the state actively markets to promote itself and projects like this only affirm this belief.
The first phase was approved in late-2016; it is expected for this portion of the project to be completed sometime after 2020.
Congratulations to Londonderry on its new development.