Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Vose Farm Business Center Sale Finalized

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Vose Farm Business Center Sale Finalized

Andy Peterson, a CCIM Broker Associate with Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty in Peterborough who assisted with the sale, said as of right now, the buildings are just about at 100 percent capacity and it’s been that way for some time. The two buildings that make up the Vose Farm Business Center totals 271,000 square feet. The mix of tenants in the 9 Vose Farm Road building, which began as the headquarters for Brookstone, includes The River Center, Monadnock Family Services, Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services, War Room Athletics, Monadnock Gymnastics Center among others. 49 Vose Farm Road, which started as the NEBS building, is home to MAxT Makerspace, Nuttin Ordinary, Cornucopia Project, WG Ellerkamp and more.

“I really have to turn people away,” he said. “It’s been an embarrassment of riches over there.” “I would expect a continuation because they like what’s there,” he said. “But they will obviously set their own course.”

Peterson, who will continue to handle the leasing agreements for the Vose Farm Business Center, said he does not expect major changes to happen. He said many of the tenants have been there for years.

“He’s really worked with the people there to create a great synergy,” Peterson said. “Hats off to the longtime owners.” And he attributes that to the time and energy that Whitten put into the area.

Prior to Juniper Advisory Services’ purchase of the property and buildings, Peterson said the area had seen some different companies go through and “it was more or less vacant for a few years.” “Some of them are very exciting stories,” Peterson said. “A lot of great stuff is going on at Vose Farm. It’s just a great group of companies and organizations.”

Peterson said the property was not on the market very long and the new owners saw the prospects for the Vose Farm Business Center. “As Chub would say, breaking it into Peterborough size chunks,” Peterson said. The creation of smaller spaces within the buildings opened it up to smaller companies. But Whitten saw the potential, Peterson said, and worked to revitalize the area into what it is today.

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