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California Firm Buys Twin State Leasing & Storage in Claremont

— California investors have acquired one of the largest self-storage facilities in the Upper Valley, underscoring the outside money that is targeting the area’s commercial real estate.

Claremont’s Twin State Leasing & Storage Co., which occupies a five-story, 112,000-square-foot former mill building on Main Street, has been sold to a Palm Springs, Calif.-based limited partnership for $2.2 million, according to Joseph Mendola, a commercial real estate broker involved in the sale.

The new owners have renamed the company Twin State Storage but otherwise will continue to operate the business as had the previous owners, said Dave Bonneville, business manager of the facility. The property and business was previously owned for many years by J.D. Bourdon Realty.

“It’s going to be a storage business, just like it was,” Bonneville said.

The buyer’s identity is masked by a New Hampshire limited liability corporation, but Mendola described it as “a limited partnership out of Palm Springs.” Bonneville also declined to identify the building and business’s new owner.

Why is everyone upset about the Chairman of Countrywide not being allowed to go to Aspen to wine & dine ?

So what if.....he and other mortgage hi rollers are ready to rock and take it deep . .and after a large percentage of the loans they made go into foreclosoure! Is it his problem.....

Americans are upset... of course they are! Many homeowners were given loans that they could not afford, which made individuals and companies such as these a lot of money.