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    Dover, NH Development thread

    After following Dover, NH development for Emporis over years and reading a post from Cojapo in the Portsmouth thread, I decided it was time for Dover to have it's own development thread. So here we go! 1. This ^ development has been though the ringer or two, so hopefully this latest proposal...
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Thanks for the photo update Corey! This stuff helps me keep the Portland Emporis page up to date (many updates are still pending review). The Shipyard complex is also under review. https://www.emporis.com/city/101732/portland-me-usa
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Eastern Waterfront construction photos taken by TC zoid:
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    TC - I can post them for you. axeman19n@yahoo.com
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    I'm a fan of the Holiday Inn staying just the way it is!
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    Diagrams on Skyscraperpage

    In the Emporis and Wikipedia links I've posted above, there are a lot of original sources listed at the bottom of most pages (most of them from cambridge.gov).
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    Diagrams on Skyscraperpage

    There's a lot of great info you're looking for in this link below DZ, especially for buildings in the Seaport area...
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    Diagrams on Skyscraperpage

    I feel your pain when it comes to updating all of these websites with new stats on buildings in the area. When I get some free time here and there I update Emporis, Wikipedia and CTBUH. I mainly focus on Northern New England (mainly Portland) and Cambridge, with some input in Beantown too. MXD...
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    I'm access denied too!

    I'm access denied too!
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Have faith in the planning process!!! We all know this design will change a few times before it is done being put through the ringer.
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Great update Corey! Portland is just crushin' it right now.
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    86 Newbury Street is on the Historical Preservation Board agenda for May 18th. Pretty ambitious. Link below: http://www.portlandmaine.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Item/6233?fileID=33702
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Seriously, did Randy Billings, while writing this article about the "development storm", look for the most clueless dipshits in town for these comments??? Courtesy of the Press Herald: ‘DOESN’T LOOK LIKE PORTLAND’ The rapid change is being noticed and felt by local residents. “It doesn’t...
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    I like the middle picture - it kinda has a flatiron look to it. Great find and proposal.
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    Parcel I | Cambridge Crossing | East Cambridge

    Updated Wikipedia and Emporis with the new info. CTBUH takes a bit longer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tallest_buildings_and_structures_in_Cambridge,_Massachusetts
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    I'm wondering if the flurry of new proposals (except 60 Parris Street) is a direct effect of the proposed changes to the demolition and construction ordinances on Munjoy Hill?
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Portlander's "New Port" is killin' it right now with all of this new construction! I really need to drive up from York County to check all of this out. Thanks for the update Corey.
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    20 Thames should rise to be 83 feet tall: http://me-portland.civicplus.com/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Item/4526?fileID=20603 https://www.emporis.com/buildings/1337982/20-thames-street-portland-me-usa
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    Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

    Thanks for the update Corey! Happy New Year to all.
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    Portland Bayside

    Speaking of the Maine or planning/historical board way, I did some research on the proposed housing project at 61 Deering street, and noticed a drop in one floor to three: Historic Preservation Board, November 1, 2017, page 20...

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