Conor was born and raised in New England having grown up in West Hartford, CT. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design from Sacred Heart University, Conor went on to freelance in the field. Conor will be assisting in the Marketing Department. He looks forward to bringing his energy and creative vision to the New England Retail Properties team. For marketing inquiries, please contact Conor at email@example.com or 860-529-9000 (Extension #113).
Kerry Wood has been in the commercial real industry for over a decade. Her entry into the business started in real estate development throughout the greater New England area. Kerry transitioned to the brokerage side of the business shortly there after and has a successful career working with regional and national tenants. Having lived in the state of Connecticut for a majority of her life, Kerry has an in depth market knowledge of both trends, demographics, and rental rates. Kerry has worked to reposition shopping centers by bringing in quality credit and long term tenants. She is currently marketing shopping centers throughout the state of Connecticut and works with tenants to find the best locations for growing a successful business and expanding to multiple locations.
Prior to becoming a real estate salesperson, Kerry was the Director [...]
Connecticut’s 17th Tractor Supply Co. farm-and-ranch supplies store has opened in Wallingford.
The 20,000-square-foot store opened recently at 800 N. Colony Road/Route 5. The store site also includes 15,000 square feet of outdoor storage and sales space, according to Wethersfield retail landlord-broker New England Retail Properties Inc.
Another 7,225 square feet of retail space in front of the store is to be developed, the landlord said without specifics.
The Wallingford store is the Brentwood, Tenn., chain’s 1,755 store in the U.S.
Long Island’s first Tractor Supply Company store has official opened for business. A grand opening for the store located at 3170 Route 112 in Medford was held on Saturday.
Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine and Councilman Michael Loguercio were among those on hand to celebrate the grand opening.
Tractor Supply has over 1,700 stores in 49 states. The company says it’s focused on fulfilling the lifestyle needs of recreational farmers, ranchers, tradesmen and small businesses as well as those who enjoy the rural lifestyle. Customers can find everything from pet food for small animals and livestock to hardware, tools and clothes for outdoor work or recreation.