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North-End Opportunity Corridor
History of the District
Created in 1997, the purpose of the North-End Opportunity Corridor TIF district (NEOCTIF) was to incentivize redevelopment of the former Concord Lumber Site and surrounding properties. The district consists of 68 acres of land, primarily located at the junction of I-93 and I-393 in Concord. Today, this area is known as Corporate Park at Horseshoe Pond.   Notable developments in this TIF District include the Courtyard Marriot Hotel / Grappone Conference Center, Northeast Delta Dental Corporate Headquarters, and Concord Hospital Urgent Care.

Specifically, the TIF district was created to finance $6.5 million of infrastructure improvements, including land acquisition, reconstruction of Constitution Street and Commercial Street, as well as construction of new utilities. At the time the NEOCTIF district was created in 1997, the district had a total assessed value of $3 million. Today, the district is valued at approximately $50 million and generates approximately $1.25 million in property taxes annually.

In 2012, the city expanded the geography of the North-End Opportunity Corridor TIF district to encourage construction of a future roadway to connect Constitution Avenue to Storrs Street in downtown Concord. The city has begun to acquire the necessary parcels to in order to facilitate construction of the new roadway.

View the district map.  Visit the City's photo gallery of these and other projects.

Contact Us
Matt Walsh 
Director of Redevelopment, Downtown Services & Special Projects 
41 Green St.
Concord, NH 03301

Ph: 603-225-8570
Fx: 603-225-8558

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.