After 10 years, tower condos finally filling

BUILDING MOMENTUM: About 20 individual owners have closed on units at the Tower at Carnegie Abbey in Portsmouth. The tower stood empty for the better part of a decade after opening as the Great Recession hit.  
 / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
BUILDING MOMENTUM: About 20 individual owners have closed on units at the Tower at Carnegie Abbey in Portsmouth. The tower stood empty for the better part of a decade after opening as the Great Recession hit. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
In 2009, the Tower at Carnegie Abbey was brand-new and ready for buyers to move in. Ten years later, it is finally starting to attract residents. “Right now is probably the busiest we’ve been,” said Kevin Caulfield, a managing director at Compass Development, the firm handling most of the building’s listings. About 20 individual owners…

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