Two Berkshire Hathaway offices now under one roof in Berlin



Office manager Michael Tracy long pondered getting Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices locations in Wethersfield and Newington under one roof.

Now, it has come to be. And the community the real estate brokerage firm selected for its new location is Berlin.

On Wednesday, May 18, Tracy and the Berkshire Hathaway team celebrated their move to 196 Berlin Turnpike with an official ribbon-cutting.

“I would like to thank Candace Adams, our CEO, and president,” Tracy said. “Without her and the go-ahead, this wouldn’t have happened.”

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ website, bhhs.com, states: “When our name goes on a real estate sign, it means something. It’s a promise of trust, integrity, stability, longevity and the highest standards of work. And we don’t take that promise lightly. That’s why you’ll see these values reflected in every office, every agent, every interaction. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is the name buyers and sellers trust.”

Chris Edge, Berlin’s director of economic development, is proud Berkshire Hathaway decided to plant roots in town.

“We’re very excited to celebrate today the merging of two great offices into one in Berlin,” Edge said, pointing out that the Berkshire Hathaway ribbon-cutting was the town’s 48th since the onset of COVID.

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