Carrington Farms condos celebrate upgrades in Hooksett
“There’s a lot of history there. A lot of people in Hooksett and Manchester remember Lincoln Park Gardens as their first apartment,” he said. “Over the years, a lot of work has been done to bring the buildings up to code at various times, but it was always done poorly.”
The energy savings allowed the condominium association to take out a loan through First Colebrook Bank to finance more then $400,000 in improvements without raising condo fees.
“There have been some incredible improvements to the buildings themselves,” she said. “They’ve redone all the hallways, replaced the flooring, brought in new carpeting, added molding ... they’ve really done an enormous amount of work.
“One resident made a nice comment that it was like coming home to a five-star hotel,” said Dolloff, whose company owns and rents out 25 units in Carrington Farms.
The parking lot was also repaved, and a system was instituted that prevents non-owners from taking up prime parking spots, Bryan said.
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