Ever dream of owning your own business?? Now's your chance - check out our Deal of the Week! This well established convenience store/Mini-Mart is located in the heart of Island Pond, VT, an all season recreation area. This is a very busy store with gross sales of two million a year offering groceries, a deli, grill, pizza, beer & gas. The store has an eating area for up to 30 people, VT State Lottery and ATM machines. Large .86 acre lot with 135 feet of road frontage. Sale includes real estate, business and equipment. $650,000 Click here for more information and contact Howard Birchard to see this property.
Deals like this don't come along often - take a look at this gorgeous home in Troy, VT - it's out Deal of the Week! This large (3,010 sq ft) home sits on 10+ acres and is just minutes to Jay Peak Resort. Its numerous features include a spacious open kitchen with Corian countertops master suite with walk-in closet and bath with an air tub, shower and his & her sinks, and in-ground pool. There are an additional 3 bedrooms, 2 more baths and full unfinished basement for expansion. The attached 4 car garage provides even more space. Offered at $299,500. Want more property? Available on 22 acres for $319,500. Click here for more information and contact Nick Maclure to see this home.
As reported by The Orleans County Record (4/7/15), groundbreaking for the AnC VT facility in Newport City, VT is scheduled to begin on May 12th. Construction is expected to take 14 to 16 months. The facility will house three different activities - research and development of adult stem cell therapies for diseases such as cancer; making human medical devices such as heart pumps and liver & kidney dialysis machines; and, leasing out clean rooms to other biotech researchers. Its Newport City location is central to the University of Vermont, as well as the big research universities in the New England and Eastern Canada regions. Further, the new runway being built at the Newport State Airport in Coventry, VT will provide easier market shipments. About half of the 400 to 450 jobs to be created are expected to be local workers, trained to make devices, with the remaining force being research scientists. We look forward to the business this new facility will bring to the NEK, and with Newport's Main Street demolition well under way, we can't wait for the Renaissance Block to begin! Click here for the April 7th media briefing by AnC/Bio's CEO Dr. Ike Lee with developer Bill Stenger.