Doing Business in Souhegan Valley

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The two major travel routes through the Valley are Routes 101, the east-west corridor of the state, and Route 101A, that links the Valley with Nashua. Both offer high visibility and daily traffic counts, making them in-demand retail locations. The daytime population is high within 15 minutes of both major routes – 82% of Souhegan Valley residents work within their community of residence or within 30 minutes of their home in another New Hampshire community – very likely driving either major route to and from their employment.

Siting a large commercial or manufacturing facility? Land is available in the Souhegan Valley. You will find a highly educated workforce, with 93% of Valley residents having obtained their high school education and 40% having a college degree or higher. Additional job training facilities are in close proximity with the Milford Applied Technology Center at Milford High School, Nashua Community College, Southern NH University and other schools all within a 30 minute drive.

Well-educated professionals and skilled tradesmen describe Souhegan Valley residents. They prefer to live in the Souhegan Valley where there is a high quality of life – excellent schools, services and opportunities for recreation. Many commute less than 30 minutes from home – 63% work in nearby New Hampshire communities -and 19% enjoy working from home or in the community in which they reside.

Several prestigious international companies are headquartered in the Souhegan Valley region, and are among the area’s largest employers. Of note is Hitchiner Manufacturing Co. Inc., the world’s leader in metallurgy which is headquartered in Milford.

For more information, visit:  www.souhegan.net