Mercy Hospital | 144 State Street | Portland

PWMFlyer

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Posted on: October 28, 2020New Development Review Project - 144 State Street
To residents and property owners: NewHeight Redfern, LLC has submitted a Level III Site Plan and Subdivision application to facilitate a 195,942 square foot mixed use redevelopment project at 120 and 148 State Street. The proposed development would renovate the existing Mercy Hospital and Morrison House buildings to include a total of 175 dwelling units, along with medical clinic, self-storage, and commercial uses. The subject property is 2.34 acres in size and is zoned R-6 Residential. A related zoning map and text amendment application has been submitted for this project under application ZN-001163-2020.
In accordance with the Portland Land Use Ordinance, notices of receipt of a Level III Site Plan application must be sent to property owners within 500 ft. of the subject property (or 1,000 ft. if the project is a subdivision or map amendment for a site located within an Industrial Zone). You will be notified of future Planning Board meetings by receiving notices from the Planning Division prior to any workshops or public hearings. A project and plan summary is available for viewing on the Citizen Self Service Portal (https://css.portlandmaine.gov/), by referencing Plan Number PL-001259-2020. Written comments should be submitted to planningboard@portlandmaine.gov. If you have any questions regarding the proposal, please contact Caitlin Cameron, Urban Designer, by phone at 207-874-8901 or e-mail at ccameron@portlandmaine.gov.
 

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93 Units of Family and Senior housing being proposed at the intersection of Spring and Winter St. First phase of the Mercy campus redevelopment



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If they follow through with the renderings....including materials and landscape....that is some pretty attractive high density residential.
 

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If they follow through with the renderings....including materials and landscape....that is some pretty attractive high density residential.
Agreed, for the most part - yesterday I was unsure of the attempt to integrate corbels, but today I feel better about them.
 

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Thanks for sharing those additional images. Cosakita. As someone who lives near the site I'm really excited about how it looks. I'm all for more density here and could see the old hospital site being a nice center of the neighborhood once it's all redeveloped.
 

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