James (Jay) Horne, President of CPManagement announced recently that Jenny Wiseman has joined the staff as a property manager, having vacated a decade of project and construction management functions throughout the City of Portsmouth.

Jenny previously managed several high-end custom residential developments throughout the growing urban redevelopment of historic downtown Portsmouth. Having had responsibility for one of the longest redevelopment projects, the Parkside (formerly the Rosa Restaurant parking lot) began receiving certificates of occupancy earlier this year as one of the last sites this side of Kittery, Maine.

Other projects in her esteemed portfolio included the redevelopment of many other landmark sites, including the former Eagle Photo Building, where Ms. Wiseman served as construction manager; and also worked on the design of a multi-million dollar residential condominium at 117 Bow Street, as general contractor.  Associated with many key developers and architects in her previous roles; each redevelopment contributed greatly to the City’s renowned international fame where Portsmouth has such accolades as:  “Ten Reasons to Drive to Portsmouth” in Zagat and “Is Portsmouth the USA’s Greatest Small Town?” courtesy of National Geographic, among many others.

In Jenny’s new role, she will manage a mixed portfolio of residential and commercial properties for the firm, from Concord to Dover and Nashua to Newmarket.  James Horne, President of CPManagement said “we are fortunate to have such diverse expertise in our employ, and we are sure she will be a dynamic addition to our team.”  To reach Jenny please email her at