Participating Sites

Currently, there are 27 sites in the southwest region of New Hampshire that have either gone through our Brownfields program or are in the process of going through the program. Each site is listed below in the Site Summary Table and shown on the map. 

 

 

 

 

 

Brownfields Site Summary Table

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Town

Site Name (Former)

Address

Brownfield Activities

Current Use or Future Land Use Goal

Chesterfield

Electrosonics Site

409-411 NH 9A

Phase I & Phase II ESA, Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Goal: Commercial redevelopment or Greenspace

Chesterfield

Khyber Convenience Store

1005 NH 9

Phase I & II ESA, limited Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Goal: Commercial redevelopment

Hinsdale

Former McGoldrick Paper Company

54-55A Canal Street

Phase I & II ESA, limited Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Goal:  Commercial redevelopment

Jaffrey

Elite Laundry (4 lots)

4-10 Laundry Way, 38 Peterborough Street

Four Phase I ESAs, 3 Hazardous Building Materials Assessments

Goal: Commercial redevelopment

Jaffrey

Park Theatre

19 Main Street

Phase II ESA & Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Current: Construction of new theatre

Jaffrey

Former W. W. Cross

39 Webster Street

Phase I & II ESA & Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Goal:  Commercial or residential development

Keene

County Courthouse Property

12 Court Street

Phase I & Phase II ESA

Current: Cheshire County Courthouse Addition

Keene

 

797 Marlborough Street

 

797 Marlborough Street

Phase I ESA Goal:  Potential Cheshire County Nursing Home

Keene

Nicholas Machine Shop

124 Water Street

Phase I & Phase II ESA, Remedial Action & Implementation Plan

Current: Warehouse/Storage Area

Keene

Old Keene City Landfill

560 Main Street

Phase I ESA (30 acre parcel) & Limited Phase II ESA (9 acre landfill section of parcel)

Goal: Commercial redevelopment

Keene

Railroad Land

Railroad Square

Phase I & Phase II ESA, Remedial Action & Implementation Plan

Current: Mixed commercial and residential (hotel, housing, food co-op, office space, etc.)

Keene

Former Kingsbury Company

80 Laurel Street

Phase I ESA

Goal:  Commercial or residential development

Marlborough

Avilite Manufacturing site

#4 Roxbury Road

Phase I & Phase II ESAs

Current: Greenspace buffer along river

New Ipswich

Heritage Center at Traditions Village

40 Skinny Cat Road

Phase II ESA

Goal: Redevelopment into substance abuse treatment center

Peterborough Former Railroad Land
42-46 Grove Street Phase I ESA
Current:  Downtown Parking Lot and Park

Peterborough

Monadnock Country Club

49 High Street

Phase I ESA

Current: Greenspace land for interim Monadnock Country Club use

Peterborough

NH National Guard Armory

33-35 Elm Street

Phase II ESA, Supplemental Groundwater Assessment, & Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Current: Peterborough Community Center

Peterborough

Wilder Thermometer Factory

Hunt Road

Phase I & Phase II ESA, Remedial Action & Implementation Plan

Current: Wilder-Rotary Park

Richmond

Richmond Four Corners Store

3 Winchester Road

Phase II ESA & Hazardous Materials Assessment

Goal: New Store and Gas Station

Stoddard

Mill Village Country Store

983 NH 123

Phase I & Phase II ESA

Goal: Renovation of store

Surry

Bedard’s Auto Center

568 NH 12

Phase I & Phase II ESA

Current: Landscaping Business

Troy

Troy Mills Site

30 Monadnock Street

UST Assessment

Goal: Commercial redevelopment

Walpole Central Plating, Inc. 12 Westminster Street
Phase II ESA
Goal: Parking lot and pocket park

Winchester

AC Lawrence Tannery

1 Bridge Street

Phase I & Phase II ESA, Physical Constraint Report

Goal: Solar array

Winchester

American Tissue Mills Paper Waste Pit Site

NH 119

Phase I & Phase II ESA, Geotechnical Analysis of Landfill

Goal: Greenspace (conservation land)

Winchester

Frank’s Texaco

56 Keene Road

Phase II ESA

Current: Auto Sales & Services Garage

Winchester

Paper Service Limited Mill

30 Recycle Way

Phase I ESA & Hazardous Building Materials Assessment

Goal: Commercial redevelopment

 

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