Pinwheel Properties is a joint venture founded by Elizabeth Hitchcock and Amy Chhom with the goal of redeveloping unique spaces for entrepreneurs and artists alike.

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Liz Hitchcock

Elizabeth Hitchcock holds executive positions at Orbit Group and at the Millworks Fund, an investment fund supporting New Hampshire’s startup community. She is also a co-managing member of 10x Venture Partners—New Hampshire’s largest and most active angel investor group. She serves on several boards including St. Mary’s Bank and the Currier Museum of Art as the treasurer. In recognition of her many achievements, Mrs. Hitchcock was named to the 2017 New Hampshire Union Leader “40 Under Forty” list.

Millworks Fund awards over $600,000 per year into the local tech ecosystem in New Hampshire in order to help entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses in NH.   The fund awards through the high tech alliance of NH and often coupled with free office space for the winners.

Committed to community, the Liz and her husband Jeremy have created the Hitchcock Family Foundation, which provides financial support to a range of organizations including several children’s charities.

Most recently, Liz opened The Bookery Manchester, an independent bookstore and gathering place that encourages the exchange of ideas through literature and community events.

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Amy Chhom

VP of Real Estate for Orbit Group  and Owner/Broker of the Chhom Group, a Real Estate Brokerage and Business Consulting firm specializing in Facility Operations, commercial real estate investing,  and Residential brokerage services. She has 15+ Years of Real Estate Development and Property Management experience working with complicated financing and federal incentive programs to include Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), HOME Funds, New Market Tax Credits, and Community Improvement Programs.     

Amy has been recognized in the community as the “2016 Most Outstanding Women in Business” by New Hampshire Business Review, is a 2012 “40 Under 40” recipient, and 2014 Leadership New Hampshire Alumni.  

Together, Liz and Amy, share a passion for place making, history, and redevelopment. They plan on using these passions to grow the hybrid gig/creative economy within the City of Manchester using proven practices inspired from other communities.

Completed Project

844-860 Elm Street, Manchester, NH

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Completed Project

Co- Investor of 720 Union Street, Manchester, NH

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UPCOMING PROJECTS

252 Willow Street, Manchester

A turn of the century Mill Structure, built as the first building to support the McElwain Shoe Company in Manchester, NH  and referred to in documents as the Cohas Shoe Factory, this 110,000 Square foot mill building located in the Southern Elm Street corridor will experience a modern  rebirth as The Factory On Willow.

Instead of shoes, The Factory On Willow will cultivate and foster creative economy entrepreneurs who seek to create small businesses through crafts making, fine arts, and digital technology in an affordable, community minded, and curated work/live environment.  

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Connect With US

Phone: (603) 637-9893

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