Overview: We are pleased to introduce Foster’s Place in the heart of downtown Dover. Formerly the headquarters of the Foster’s Daily Democrat newspaper, this development will breathe new life into the former Foster’s building that has sat vacant for the past 12 years. Foster’s Place is a mixed use, multi-level building with 32 residential units and multiple commercial spaces ranging from 1,800± SF to 4,250± SF. Commercial space are suited for a wide range of uses including retail, restaurant and office.
In addition to onsite parking, over 100 city metered parking spaces are available on Henry Law Ave and Central Ave directly surrounding the building. Dover’s municipal garage is also within one block walking distance to Foster’s Place.
Be a part of one of the most exciting new developments in NH's fastest growing city!!! Dover is located just miles from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, the charming seaside city of Portsmouth, and 1 hour from Boston.
Property Highlights: - In the heart of downtown overlooking Dover’s Lower Square, Rotary Arts Pavilion, Henry Law Park, and the Cocheco River
- Commercial frontage on both Central Avenue / Rt9 (15,000 cars passing by daily) and Henry Law Avenue
- Outdoor Courtyard with options for outdoor restaurant seating
- Multiple street-level commercial options available - Over 100 parking spaces on Henry Law Avenue and Central Avenue surrounding Foster's Place
- Over 300 spaces in the Orchard St Parking Garage located just 1 block away
The Courtyard at the Historic Foster's Building
Note - Additional 2,500 sq. ft of basement storage space located under the courtyard is available with Suite 1
Note – Central Ave slopes up bringing Suites 306 & 310 to street level via a ramp up the street
15 Henry Law Ave - 3,150 sq. ft. - Overlooking the Rotary Arts Gardens & Pavilion on Henry Law Ave
Suite 1A - 2,500 sq. ft. - Optional space under Foster's Place courtyard
Suite 217 - 2,700 sq. ft. - Overlooking the Rotary Arts Gardens & Pavilion on Henry Law Ave and Lower Square on Central Ave with outdoor seating on the courtyard
Suite 210 - 4,250 sq. ft. - Overlooking Lower Square on Central Ave with outdoor seating on the courtyard
Suite 306 & 310 - 1,800 sq. ft. and 1,650 sq. ft. - Overlooking Central Ave with direct access to street
As New Hampshire’s fastest-growing city, Dover is part of one of the most desirable regions in New England. Dover, NH is ranked one of the Top 100 Places to Live by CNN/Money Magazine.
With restored buildings like Foster's Place in the heart of downtown, and the potential for business park-type growth around the city’s outskirts, make Dover a tantalizing target for all types of businesses––from independent startups to large corporations. Dover is part of one of the most desirable regions in New England––the New Hampshire Seacoast––yet Dover is still the Affordable Seacoast. Whether you are starting, relocating, or expanding a business in Dover, you’ll find the price is right for your enterprise––and for the families you employ.
Dover is within easy reach of four major airports, the Port of Portsmouth, and the Pease International Trade Zone. From Dover, you can do business with the enterprise next door, nationwide, or around the world.
Dover’s workforce is highly educated, skilled, and committed. (In fact, New Hampshire has the eighth highest technical content in its workforce in the nation.) Our mill heritage has imbued us with a strong work ethic, and the innovation and drive to continually reinvent ourselves and move forward. When the mills declined, Dover could have become another sad story of faded glory. But that was not the case. The people of Dover sought new enterprises, new ways to make the mills flourish, and an identity far beyond being just a “mill town.” The result has been a city reborn. Our downtown is more vibrant than ever. Our waterfront is alive with commerce, with recreation, with families enjoying parkland. Dover is strong, growing, with a future of unlimited potential.