Three outdated buildings have found new life at the hands of some ingenious Main
Three outdated buildings have found new life at the hands of some ingenious Maine renovators. Meg Barclay and John Scholz, a husband-and-wife team of architects in Camden, turned a tiny hot dog stand at their summer camp on Hosmer Pond into three-season guest quarters. Portland musician Jerry Ade, 56, transformed a five-story, circa-1860 brick office building in the Old Port into retail and living space that evoked the New York brownstones he loved. Photographer Todd Caverly of Union renovated and raised the roof of a former chicken coop, creating a spacious home for his tall frame and his family of five.
Buildings Repair and reconstruction
Moore, Joshua F., "Three outdated buildings have found new life at the hands of some ingenious Main" (2006). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 3060.
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