Dover, NH Development thread

zilker

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Some updates from 8/26 when I visited. These are all new residential developments within a few blocks of each other. Downtown was actually lively for a Wednesday afternoon, which isn’t shown in these pictures.

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Rivers Mark, Orpheum, Foster’s Place, 10 Fourth Street, 15 Third Street
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Exciting news for the long discussed waterfront project in Fosters recently. Article states that full site plan submission is expected by summer and includes mixed use, residential, and park space. Cathartes is the same developer that did the Orpheum Apartments last year.

Dover Waterfront Project

 

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My only issue with this new concept is that its now one of many numerous iterations for this site. I am excited for the potential of this aread being developed, but its been decades....and every 6 months or so there is a new change, delay, revision....I will believe it when there are trucks on site and foundations being dug. :)
Just build it already.
 

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My only issue with this new concept is that its now one of many numerous iterations for this site. I am excited for the potential of this aread being developed, but its been decades....and every 6 months or so there is a new change, delay, revision....I will believe it when there are trucks on site and foundations being dug. :)
Just build it already.
I agree, it's just a bunch of dirt and rocks and has been like that for what seems like forever. But the developer has a good track record and the demand seems to be there.
 

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It is great to see that even with the current pandemic demand is strong in Dover, with a bunch of new development still planned for this year. I am excited to see what comes from the old state liquor store site near Second St. If we get something along the lines of the new Orpheum development, I'd be very happy.
 

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Approved, and renovating the existing courthouse as well. The First St addition is very exciting. What a change in First St over the past few years.

 

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