Explore North Branch, Joseph Campbell, and more!

Joseph Campbell, vice president of North Branch Construction, accepts the 2017 Business of the Year Award from CATCH President Rosemary Heard, in recognition of North Branch’s work on Phase II of CATCH’s Bow Highlands project.

Matteson to head Office of Energy and Planning, People’s aids Easterseals capital campaign … and

Alliance Welcomes Marcia M. Franklin as Regional Property Manager

Alliance Welcomes Marcia M. Franklin as Regional Property Manager

Alliance Welcomes Marcia M. Franklin as. - Concord, NH - Alliance Asset Management, based in Concord, welcomes new regional property manager.

Heart of Concord: Rosemary Heard | Concord Destination Downtown - WMUR Home

Heart of Concord: Rosemary Heard

Six NH projects awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Funds will support 170 units of new affordable housing, preserve nearly 100

CATCH to Host Comedy Night Featuring the Capitol Steps

CATCH to Host Comedy Night Featuring the Capitol Steps

- Concord, NH - CATCH Neighborhood Housing will host a comedy night fundraiser at the Capitol Center in Concord, NH on Friday, March

From left: Dean Christon, Executive Director of New Hampshire Housing; Rosemary M. Heard, President of CATCH; Mike Reed, Director of Real Estate and Asset Management at CATCH; George Helwig, Director of Education and Counseling at CATCH; Amber Ducharme, Staff Accountant at CATCH; Caitlin Murphy, Director of Development and Marketing at CATCH; Kenneth Ortmann, Vice Chair, Board of Directors of New Hampshire Housing

New Hampshire Housing Honors CATCH and Southern New Hampshire Services

In one aspect or another, Rosemary Heard’s career has been in the built environment. Starting as a draftsman for an architectural firm in Ireland, Heard moved

‘We need housing that is close enough to our workforce that it doesn’t become a financial burden or a time burden on our workforce,’ says Rosemary Heard, president of CATCH Neighborhood Housing.

CATCH Dedicates Newest Development in Bow | CATCH Neighborhood Housing

CATCH Dedicates Newest Development in Bow

CATCH Dedicates Newest Development in Bow | CATCH Neighborhood Housing

Join CATCH Neighborhood Housing for a hilarious evening of political musical satire on Friday, March 3 as the Capitol Steps return to Concord!The Steps, a Wash

CATCH Neighborhood Housing strengthens our communities by creating opportunities for affordable, quality housing for people otherwise not being served

Marty Parichand, owner and operator of One New England and head of the nonprofit Mill City Park, is part of the core team focused on revitalizing Franklin.

Redevelopment effort breathes new life into the city

Help CATCH win $25,000! Vote every day until 8/25/17!

Residents at Friedman Court worked hard to clean up the common spaces in celebration of Earth Day!

CATCH Neighborhood Housing is pleased to announce that Thomas R. Furtado, CCIM of Warren, RI has been appointed to the position of Senior Vice President of Rea

CATCH Neighborhood Housing strengthens our communities by creating opportunities for affordable, quality housing for people otherwise not being served

A historic picture of the Endicott Hotel. Four men are standing outside of a store window.

The Endicott Hotel in downtown Concord was the perfect site for a new development serving low-income individuals. But CATCH Neighborhood Housing felt it needed to go a step further to address the mental-health challenges this population faced.

Business notes for July 11, 2016

Business notes for July 11, 2016

Business notes for July 2016

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