Business Opportunity for CIBOR REALTOR Members

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The State of New Hampshire Department of Administrative Services seeks proposals from NH-licensed real estate brokers to market and sell the New Hampshire State Liquor Store #34 property located at 417 South Broadway (NH Route 28) in Salem, New Hampshire.

The subject property is comprised of land and improvements including approximately 4.898 acres of land with approximately 400 feet of frontage along the east side of South Broadway, a single-story concrete block retail building with approximately with approximately 10,748 square feet of space, and a paved parking lot surrounding the building (Tax Map 144, Lot 204).  The subject property benefits from a dedicated traffic signal regulating the flow of automobile traffic from and to South Broadway via the southerly of its two driveways, and it enjoys a prime location within the high-traffic NH Route 28 retail commercial corridor between Rockingham Mall and Rockingham Park to the north and the Massachusetts border to the south.  The State liquor store continues to operate on the subject property at this time, but the New Hampshire Liquor Commission is preparing to discontinue store operations on site when a larger new replacement store opens nearby within the next 3 months or so.

Click here for more information see the Request for Proposal (RFP) posted as Bid # RFP FMA 2015-02 or inquire by email to: Real_Property_DAS@NH.Gov
or by telephone to: (603) 271-7644.

Proposals must conform to the minimum submission requirements set forth in the RFP referenced above in order to be considered.  Please be sure to carefully read the entire RFP before preparing your proposal.

An optional site visit for prospective respondents has been scheduled on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (ET).  More details of the site visit, including directions to the property, are included in the RFP.

Proposals are due by 2:00 PM (ET) on Friday, April 24, 2015.  See the RFP for a timeline of other relevant dates during the proposal period.

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