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Dover attorneys represent sellers of Bank of NH Pavilion

DOVER — A Dover law firm helped to facilitate the sale of the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion ... The $5.137 million sale price is based on a real estate transfer tax of $77,068, according to a release issued by Live Nation. The Pavilion’s currently ...

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Kyle Stucker @KyleRStucker DOVER — A Dover law firm helped to facilitate the sale of the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, one of the Granite State’s largest concert venues.Attorneys Sean O’Connell and John Goodlander of Shaheen and Gordon, P.A., represented Meadowbrook Farm in the $5.137 million sale of the 9,000-seat Gilford venue to Live Nation and its Delaware-based limited liability company Meadowbrook Amphitheater HoldingsAccording to various media reports, the deal was in the works for more than three years.“We congratulate (Pavilion President) R.J(Harding), (wife) Bridget (Harding) and their team and wish them continued success going into 2018,” said O’Connell, a partner and shareholder at Shaheen and Gordon.The award-winning Pavilion, formerly known as Meadowbrook, opened in 1996The Concord Monitor has reported that Gilford tax records show the grounds and buildings had a 2017 net assessed value of $4.9 million.The $5.137 million sale price is based on a real estate transfer tax of $77,068, according to a release issued by Live Nation.The Pavilion’s currently executive team, which includes the Hardings, will continue to run the venue’s day-to-day operations, according to Live Nation."Our focus over the past 22 years has been cultivating a unique concert experience here at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion and we are extremely excited to advance that objective with a global partner like Live Nation," R.JHarding said in a statement.Live Nation New England President Don Law said his company is “thrilled” to add the Pavilion to its venue portfolio, as well as to welcome the venue’s staff to “the Live Nation family.”"The Pavilion is a very unique and special venue, and we look forward to helping grow an already outstanding business to bring the people of New England a world class entertainment lineup for many years to come,” Law said in a statement. About Us Sign up for daily e-mail Subscribe Reader ServicesMy ProfileReader Services HomeNew SubscriptionSubscriber ControlsContact UsSubmissionsPhotosEventsLetters to the EditorAlertsEmail AlertsText AlertsAdvertiseMedia Kit HomeProducts and ServicesAd RatesAdvertising Contacts var verticalContent = verticals_data['p'+2798+']; for(var key in verticalContent) { if(verticalContent.hasOwnProperty(key)) { var vc_title = verticalContent[key].title; var vc_url = verticalContent[key].url; var vc_html = '+vc_title+'; var vc_job = 'Jobs'; if(vc_title != ' && vc_title != 'NA' && vc_url != ' && vc_url != 'NA') { if(vc_title == 'Classifieds' || vc_title == 'Cars') { $('#footer-main-verticals ul').append(vc_html); } } if(vc_title == 'Jobs' && vc_url == 'NA') { $('#footer-main-verticals ul').append(vc_job); } } } ThriveHive

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