Members of the Redgate/Kane development team, which includes Bruner/Cott, DeStefano Architects and landscape architect Halvorson Design, shared their team's latest updates for the redevelopment of the McIntyre Federal Building in Portsmouth during a recent City Hall meeting.
It’s now called the Hancock-Adams Common, and it’s going to be finished toward the end of this summer. People will soon be able to see the water fixtures taking shape and crews laying down pavers and planting trees. Eventually, statues of John Hancock and John Adams, both Quincy natives, will adorn the walkway.
NASHUA — City officials are kicking off a master planning project this week that will develop a new vision for the downtown waterfront area.
“I think Nashua’s riverfront is an amazing amenity that we haven’t had the ability to capitalize on yet, even though there are some really great ideas,” said Sarah Marchant, community development director.
Join Bob Uhlig at the BSA's Placemaking Network event on January 23 for a discussion of the Wharf District Public Realm Vision. Bob will be joined by Marc Margulies (Wharf District Council President, Margulies Perruzzi Architects) and Jill Valdes Harwood (Boston Harbor Now) for this panel discussion.
Sign up to attend: https://www.architects.org/programs-and-events/placemaking-network-41