"Create a regional destination in Derry’s historic commercial corridor for travelers and Derry residents to experience food and beverage, events, festivals, and parks and recreation in a village that features historical characteristics from the 1719 Nutfield Settlement."
Designed for walkability
Master Plan Goals
- Farm-to-Table Food & Beverage
- Versatile Outdoor Amenities
- Civic Use
- Diverse Housing
Carefully designed by internationally recognized planner, Jeff Speck. Walkable spaces for visitors of all ages.
- Walk through the Residential Mews
- Dine on Main Street
- Live in the Rowhouse District
- Work in the North Square
- Attend a wedding or concert series in the former Common Field
Dine and shop on Main Street
The site is home to the oldest house in Derry which is almost 300 years old. The Gregg family, one of the original settlers of Nutfield in 1719, built the main house that still stands today.
The site is also believed to be where the first white potato in North America was planted. The land is part of Nutfield's original Common Field where the settlement harvested crops for the community.
Located less than 1 mile to Robert Frost Farm.
Oldest house in Derry (almost 300 years old) built by the Gregg Family
Mixed Use Programming
- 9 Acres of Walkable Spaces
- 26,000+ SF of Office Space
- 35,000 SF of Food & Beverage / Retail
- Hotel Lodging (75+ Rooms; 39,000 SF)
- 7,000 SF Event Center
- 3+ Restaurants
- 95,000 SF of Housing
- 70+ Acres of Conservation Land nearby
- Regional Pedestrian and Bike Trails
- Historic Preservation
New Hampshire Advantage
- No State Income, Sales, or Estate Taxes
- Cheaper Cost of Living than Greater Boston
- 50% Municipal Real Estate Tax Exemption
- Federally Designated Opportunity Zone
- NH Ranked #2 Best US State to Live by US News in 2019
- One of NH's Most Densely Populated Areas
- NH Ranked #10 US State for Net Migration of Milennials in 2018 - According to US Census Bureau
- Within 60 Minutes Drive Time from Boston Metro, the Beach, NH Lakes Region, White Mountains, Southern Coast of Maine, and More