What Our Tenants Say
In April 2008, our offices relocated to 30 Temple St. (known then as Indianhead Plaza). Before R.J. Finlay took over the building in 2010, the management and care of the property was indifferent at best. Immediately upon taking possession, R.J. Finlay went out of its way to reach out to its tenants offering to take care of concerns and punch list items. The Lessor’s continuing solicitation of the tenants’ concerns is refreshing. As an example, I recently called maintenance to mention that several lights were out in the common area, and before I put the phone down, maintenance personnel were on ladders replacing the spent bulbs (only a slight exaggeration). I am asked several times a month by other attorneys or clients about moving to the property. I tell them that if they do not want free parking, a café on the property, reasonable rent, and conscientious management, they need to look elsewhere.
Wilbert Law Offices
The improvements that have taken place in the building since I moved in are countless. It is clear that R.J. Finlay is dedicated to improving the economy of downtown Nashua and investing in our business community. I cannot imagine a better location for a small business looking to grow.
Law Office of Katherine J. Morneau, PLLC
The R.J. Finlay Group in particular Kim Reagan provided us exceptional service that at times was above and beyond expectations. Kim was courteous, patient and willing to meet the needs of our organization. The space turned out beautiful and is in fact one that we will use as a model for our other Centers. Not only was it finished within the timeframe that we requested but Kim helped us get some donated furniture and had it set up when I arrived to view the final product. I just can’t say enough about the experience.
Michelle Riendeau, “Mickey”
Law Director of Communications, Systems & Operations
Center for Women & Enterprise