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Moore Center moves to Millyard.


Moore Center Services Inc. recently moved into some 35,000 square feet of commercial condominium space in the Brady Sullivan Millworks at 195 McGregor St. in Manchester.

Moore Center Services provides individual and family support to people in the greater Manchester area with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders.

The organization relocated its offices from 132 Titus Ave. in Manchester after selling that property to Mount Zion Christian Academy.

Both transactions were coordinated by Stebbins Commercial Properties Inc.

Brady Sullivan recently extended a $1.1 million contribution to help kick off The Moore Center's capital campaign, which began in October 2007. Stebbins also contributed an in-kind donation of $80,000 toward the campaign.

"The Moore Center provides such an important service to our community," says Arthur Sullivan, principal partner of Brady Sullivan Properties. "We are proud to provide them with new space in the Brady Sullivan Millworks that will make them more visible, and easily accessible to the people who need them most."
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Title Annotation:RESOURCES: Manchester; Moore Center Services Inc
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Nov 9, 2007
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