"CRDC made something work for me," said Pam Sullivan, owner and creative director of Sullivan Creative, a marketing & design agency. "I never thought I could own my own office space especially after I've been leasing offices for the last 28 years. I've been in the Boston market, then moved my office to New Hampshire, and now my permanent address is here in downtown Concord."
"After renting for some years at Hills Court, Pam has now purchased a larger existing condominium unit in the same complex," said Liz Sweeney, CRDC Loan Officer. "To finalize the purchase, CRDC joined with Merrimack County Savings Bank, to provide acquisition financing, through the Opportunity Corridor Revolving Loan Fund (OCRLF).
The OCRLF has been established to support businesses in the downtown core of Concord. The fund is targeted on the redevelopment of properties that will also result in the revitalization of downtown Concord.
"CRDC, especially Liz made the entire process so easy," said Pam. "Liz worked with my bank to put together a deal that really fit for me, and for my business. I'm really proud to be part of downtown Concord's revitalization too."
"Pam did a beautiful job renovating and making it a creative space for her entire team," added Liz. "Pam and her business are the perfect fit for downtown Concord."
Caption: CRDC's Liz Sweeney with Pam Sullivan at Sullivan Creative's new home in downtown Concord.