We've created an atmosphere where business and lifestyle thrive... Londonderry sits at the apex of New Hampshire's "Enterprize Corridor" - an area of Southern New Hampshire just 45-minutes from Downtown Boston.
As the fourth largest town in New Hampshire, Londonderry is a combination of being a bedroom community to metro-areas of Boston and Manchester, NH, a co-host of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, home of a school system recognized many times as superb, and a community replete with stone walls and white church steeples as much as modern eco-industrial/business parks.
Formerly recognized as an agricultural community hosting a large concentration of family-owned apple orchards and farms, Londonderry has been carefully developing a mix of a traditional New England community with the assets and benefits of a vibrant business/industrial sector in order to achieve a balanced lifestyle/workstyle.
With a population of approximately 25,000, Londonderry enjoys a total area of 42 square miles which allows for a comfortable population density per square mile. The community is tightly-knit, with participation in school and club sports paramount on resident's minds four seasons a year. Londonderry places a priority on maintaining high academic standards for its students, as much as it finds success with high school sports and band activities.
The town is managed by a professional Town Manager who reports to an elected Town Council. It actively encourages business and light industrial development through its town boards and committees, as well through its Economic Development Task Force. Corporate and business neighbors include national companies/brands such as: StonyField Yogurt, Ecco Shoes, Blue Seal Feeds, Kluber Lubricants, Elliot Medical Center at Londonderry/Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Insight Technology, Harvey Industries, United Parcel Service, Coca-Cola, among others.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport resides in good part within Londonderry. Serving the entire country with approximately 73 flight departures daily to 16 destinations/hubs, MBRA enjoys regularly scheduled service by: Southwest Airlines, US Air, United, Continental, Air Canada, and charter services. The airport annually handles 180-million pounds of air cargo as well. It creates an annual economic impact of $1.24-billion to the region.
Perhaps most appealing about Londonderry is that it is equi-distant to New Hampshire's world-class alpine/cross country ski resorts, the vibrant and majestic seacoast region of New Hampshire and Southern Maine, as well as metropolitan Boston. Our closest neighboring city of Manchester has enjoyed a dynamic revitalization of its central business district complete with new municipally owned sports venues hosting AHL hockey and AA- baseball. Surrounded by exciting dining and nightlife options, as well as over a dozen colleges/universities/schools - the Londonderry/Manchester area serves as the economic heartbeat of the region.
For all its excitement and economic activity to young working professionals, Londonderry is a perfect community to raise a family and enjoy all that the region offers without the din of a large metro-area.
"The best of all worlds" is how many describe living in Londonderry. Our young workers describe their workstyle as being "laptops to kayaks", and families describe living here as "absolutely perfect!"