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The West End
Historical

The West End

Just outside of the bustling mecca of the seacoast known as Market Square, lies a lesser known, yet equally as important area called the West End. This area, located on and around Islington Street, has been a hub for small businesses for years. In the early 2000s this area was better known as the home … Continue reading

Portsmouth Rooftop Gardens
Projects

Portsmouth Rooftop Gardens

Portsmouth is known for its rich history and has a reputation for being an idyllic New England getaway. It has consistently been rated one of the ‘best places to live’, a ‘most walkable city,’ and one of ‘America’s Prettiest Towns.’ (Read more about that here) Between 2010 and 2013, the population increased from 20,779 to … Continue reading

Sarah Long Bridge Construction
News

Sarah Long Bridge Construction

If you’ve crossed the border lately into our neighboring state of Maine you may have noticed that construction has begun on the Sarah Long Bridge. While it may be negatively affecting the neighborhoods close to the construction, it is a necessary upgrade for more reasons than one. ( Learn more about structural damage here. ) Unfortunately, … Continue reading

Happening This Weekend
Events

Happening This Weekend

Looks like more snow for the Seacoast today! Shouldn’t be nearly as bad as Juno though, thankfully. If you’re all shoveled out and looking for something fun to do this weekend, we’ve done some of the legwork for you and put together some ideas. Enjoy! If you’re a parent of younger kids and looking to … Continue reading

HarborCorp, HDC meet tonight for work session on facade and architectural study
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HarborCorp, HDC meet tonight for work session on facade and architectural study

The developers for HaborCorp LLC will be meeting with the Historic District Commission (HDC) tonight at 6:30pm to discuss the proposed multi-use project in Portsmouth’s North End. Tonight’s meeting will focus on Step 3 of the process where commissioners will review a Façade Treatment Study and Architectural Style Options. The study includes roof-lines, projections, glazing patterns, openings, and … Continue reading