PLYMOUTH — The New Hampshire Liquor Commission (NHLC) has announced plans to open a new 9,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art NH Liquor & Wine Outlet in the new Riverside Landing development on Ridge View Lane in Plymouth.
The new location is set to open in late summer 2016 and will replace the current 4,300 Tenney Mountain Highway site NHLC has occupied since 1987. Since 2012, NHLC has renovated or relocated 20 NH Liquor & Wine Outlets in communities throughout New Hampshire.
The relocated Plymouth Liquor & Wine Outlet is situated alongside several prominent tenants including the recently completed McDonalds Restaurant and Bank of New Hampshire branch and a soon-to-be-constructed 85 room Fairfield Inn by Marriot. Along with a new look and feel, the store will be constructed with an eye toward energy efficiency, and will be modeled after the newly opened Bedford and Manchester locations. The building will include high efficiency LED lighting and parabolic fixtures, sustainable siding and vinyl composite trim, as well as architectural-grade roof shingles.
"The New Hampshire Liquor Commission is committed to evaluating, renovating or relocating NH Liquor & Wine Outlet store locations so we can better serve our 11 million annual customers," said NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica. "This customer-first strategy is directly reflected in our FY 2015 sales which reached an all-time high of $642 million – a 3.4% increase over the previous year. We look forward to improving the buying experience of our Plymouth area customers through the increased selection that will be available at this location."
Since 2012, NHLC has renovated or relocated 20 NH Liquor & Wine Outlets in the following communities: Bedford, Concord, Gilford, Hooksett, Hampstead, Lebanon, Lincoln, Londonderry, Manchester, Merrimack, Milford, Nashua, North Hampton, Peterborough, Plaistow, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Salem and West Chesterfield. New locations are planned in Epping's bustling Brickyard Square at the junction of Routes 101 and 125 and in New Hampton on Route 104.
"I am very pleased, and quite proud, that the New Hampshire Liquor Commission has selected Riverside Landing as its latest relocation," said Michael McGinley, developer of Riverside Landing. "NHLC's quality building style combined with the store's enhanced size and vastly improved product selection will offer patrons a buying experience not yet realized in the area and will further attract quality retailers to join along with us at Riverside Landing."
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