Title

Unlike almost any other American city, Portland has a relatively undeveloped arc

Authors

Jeff Clark

Source

Island Journal

Date

1985

Volume Number

Volume 2

Pages

11

Abstract

Unlike almost any other American city, Portland has a relatively undeveloped archipelago of rural islands. They face increasing pressure from the coastal development boom. Recent rezoning has given the city more freedom to develop island property, starting with Dictar's proposed Diamond Cove resort on Great Diamond Island. Details, profiles of all six islands.

Subjects

Islands Casco Bay, Portland, Real estate development

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