WHO WE ARE

WHO WE ARE

Northeast Opportunity One, LLC (Northeast) is a Connecticut limited liability company in organization. Our principals and organizers have been involved with distressed real estate and turn around projects for over 20 years. We believe this project has the potential to offer our investors above average income and appreciation.

We have acquired a Class A commercial property in a prime location for a fraction of its original cost and of its replacement cost. The property will be transferred to Northeast upon the funding of this offering. We intend to renovate the property increasing the number of offices in order to maximize its income potential. It will be operated as Flexible Office Space, one of the fastest growing and most profitable segments of the commercial real estate market.

 

OFFERING FUNDING

The project is being funded by an offering to Investors of Class A Membership Interests. We have prepared an offering memorandum providing potential investors with detailed information concerning the real estate and the project. The offering is restricted to accredited investors and is being made under an exemption from registration under the provisions of Regulation D, Rule 506 (c) of the Securities Act of 1933.
 

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OUR TEAM

Christine Ludovicy
Center Director and Manager

Christine M. Ludovicy resides at 96 Bluebird Drive, Naugatuck, Connecticut 06770. She has worked as a Medical Secretary, a Customer Service Representative for Connecticut National Bank, a Regulatory Specialist and Advertising Assistant for Chase Medical Research, LLC, and as the Human Resources Representative and Branch manager for the Waterbury branch of Ct In Home Assistance. Under Ms. Ludovicy this branch grew rapidly and was the most profitable branch operation for that company. She has worked from and with business centers for six years and is familiar a business center’s operations.

Ms. Ludovicy is highly motivated and highly organized. The Company’s management believes she has the: business experience, organization skills, human resources experience, and people skills to be very effective as the Center’s Manager.


Gary Puree
Manager, Member

Mr. Puree went to work for Harr Family Homes in Tacoma WA where he served as Assistant Project Manager responsible for overseeing the construction and sale of 10 homes a month. In 2004-2008 he formed his own company and built 38 homes with revenues exceeding $8 million. Mr. Puree has over 25 years experience in the all aspects of the construction and home improvement industry. Including: site selection, project planning, supervision and management of employees and sub contractors, marketing and sales, budget and project finance. Mr. Puree not only supervises and manages projects but usually works directly on the projects he is under taking. Upon returning to Connecticut he has undertaken numerous projects including new home construction, commercial construction, renovations and design.

In addition Mr. Puree has computer graphic skills and experience in drafting and creating advertising and marketing materials. It is anticipated Mr. Puree will oversee the construction aspects of this project and also assist Ms. Ludovicy with aspects of the Company’s advertising and marketing programs.


Robert J. Nichols
Manager, Member

Mr. Robert J. Nichols received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1969. In 1970 -1971 Mr. Nichols served in the United States Army with the rank of Captain. Mr. Nichols has been engaged in the general practice of law in the Greater Waterbury area since 1974, a significant portion of his practice has devoted to real estate, business, finance matters, and securities law. Mr. Nichols was a director and principal of several entrepreneurial ventures including an emergency lighting manufacturing company which was started for under $100,000 and sold within 5 years for 2.4 million. He was also a principal on the turnaround of a failing cemetery. The turnaround was funded with $60,000 and the cemetery was subsequently sold for 1.3M.