TMS Architects and Mark Levy, President of Riverside Properties, have teamed up to breathe new life in the old Tweeter building in Newington, New Hampshire. Located on a corner lot in a prime shopping area, the structure has been empty since the home electronics retailer declared bankruptcy in 2008. Construction is currently underway on the facade of the building with construction work to the outside scheduled for completion in early February.
At 9,300 square feet in size, the building was difficult to market to a single tenant, so the plan is to make the building a multi-tenant retail center with four tenants occupying space in the soon-to-be subdivided spaces. Interior fit-out will be done as new tenants are secured. The design of the new facade is an important part of this process as it establishes new branding for the retail center and eliminates the old Tweeter identity. For more information contact Riverside Properties or TMS Architects.