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140 Queen City Avenue Manchester, NH 03103
Lot 8, Map 435
42.9728914 / -71.467261

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Property Progress

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CAs Associated with this Property

CA NameCA #StateTypeAnnouncement Year
Manchester, City of BF96131601NHAssessment2010

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Assessment Activities at this Property

ActivityEPA FundingStart DateCompletion DateCAAccomplishment Counted?Counted When?
Phase I Environmental Assessment$2,100.0009/26/201101/04/2012Manchester, City of YFY13
Phase II Environmental Assessment$45,194.0012/02/201104/03/2012Manchester, City of N 

Is Cleanup Necessary? No
EPA Assessment Funding: $47,294.00
Leveraged Funding:
Total Funding: $47,294.00

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Contaminants and Media

NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up

Cleanup Activities

There are no current cleanup activities.

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Total ACRES Cleaned Up: 3.51
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Institutional and Engineering Controls


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Redevelopment and Other Leveraged Accomplishments

Start DateLeveraged FundingCACompletion Date
08/01/2012$4,810,000.00Manchester, City of 05/03/2013

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Additional Property Attributes

Site has been redeveloped into the Farnum Center, which offers the first residential, medically-supported, non-hospital detoxification program in NH.

Former Use: The Site consists of an approximate 3.51-acre parcel formerly identified as the Queen City Inn property, located at 140 Queen City Avenue in the City of Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and had operated as a motel since its construction in 1954. The Site is bordered by Queen City Avenue to the north, Sundial Avenue to the west, and Brown Avenue to the east. A portion of the southern boundary of the Site is bordered by Kennedy Street a dead-end to the south. The site has been fully redeveloped into the new Farnun Center, the state's first medical detoxification unit.
Commercial (3.51)

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