Continuing Our Giving Back to the Community

Continuing Our Giving Back to the Community
32 Acre Parcel Donation to Salem NH Conservation Commission

The Salem NH Conservation Commission gratefully recognized the donation of a 32-Acre Parcel on Veteran’s Parkway.

As recently published in the Salem Town Hall Times, “In 2018, Gino Baroni and Steven Lewis, the developers of Braemoor Woods, donated the land, which has since been designated as permanent open space that is managed by the Conservation Commission. This open space substantially enhances the neighborhood and benefits the Town as a whole from both recreational and conservation perspectives.

The parcel has over 2,000 feet of frontage on Veteran’s Memorial Parkway and 2,400 feet of frontage on Braemoor Woods Road. It features an established trail system that was built by Mr. Baroni and Mr. Lewis, which connects to sidewalks and additional walking trails that link Veteran’s Memorial Parkway to Cluff Road. Additionally, the parcel offers ample public access and encompasses large areas of upland soils.”

Mr. Lewis and I completed this mixed-use development last year and are pleased to be able to provide this open area space for generations to follow.