The Red Oak Life Blog
The demand for coworking office space continues to grow in New Hampshire. Todays workforce loves the flexibility that this mode of operation offers and the cost savings associated with it. Red Oak's location in downtown Manchester is a great place to work. We have had several folks ask for more private office space that one or two people can use. We are happy to announce that we have just completed three new "glass front" offices in our beautiful space in the Daily Mirror Building at 66 Hanover Street in Manchester, NH.
LaBelle Winery at 345 Route 101 in Amherst, NH is the place to go for a wonderful experience. It's Southern New Hampshire’s Winery with a cool vibe and amazing wine and food. Go for the marvelous wine tasting but stay for the delicious cuisine or special winery events that happen year round at this beautiful location.
It's the time of year for college students to start searching for a new apartment before the fall semester begins. Many students who are looking for apartments are moving out of their parents' home for the first time or leaving the dorms in favor of more flexible off-campus housing.
Preparing for school is essential to help your children get back into a new routine and for them to be prepared for their new classes and schedules. Red Oak apartment Homes has developed some Helpful Tips to Transition Back To School. We hope these tips help parents and children make the transition from summer to school a lot easier.
In New Hampshire, the opening of the local farmer’s market is a sure sign that summer is here and the growing season is producing fresh foods, fruits and veggies. Visiting a farmer’s market is fun because you can speak directly to the person who is growing the food you will buy and eat.
As a pet owner, you want to watch out for behaviors that may lead to problems with socializing or training your dog. If you live in an apartment community you want to make sure your dog is not troublesome to other pets or people. Read more to find out what to do if your dog is too pushy.