NH replacing New London liquor outlet with stand-alone store

Valley News
Published: 9/11/2020 8:15:09 AM
Modified: 9/11/2020 8:14:56 AM

The New Hampshire Liquor Commission plans to build a stand-alone Liquor & Wine Outlet at the New London Shopping Center, replacing a smaller liquor store at the site along Newport Road.

Construction on the 6,300-square-foot store is slated to start this month, with an opening planned for the spring.

The current New London store is in the same plaza, attached to the lower level of a Hannaford supermarket.

New Hampshire liquor officials said in a news release that the new store would have more than 4,000 sizes and varieties of wines, and noted that the outlet is near Route 114 and accessible to Exit 12 of Interstate 89, 2 miles away.

“This project presents a tremendous opportunity for us to improve the visibility of our New London NH Liquor & Wine Outlet and rejuvenate the overall shopping experience for both our local customers in New London and those traveling to and from the Upper Valley, Vermont and the entire Lake Sunapee area,” Liquor Commission Chairman Joseph Mollica said in the news release.

The Liquor Commission also signed a new lease with Crosspoint Associates, the Massachusetts-based owner of the shopping center.

The commission has upgraded or relocated 33 of its 76 outlets since 2012, including building a new 19,000-square-foot outlet off Route 12A in West Lebanon that opened a year ago.

It recently announced plans to build new outlets in Littleton and Concord.

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