"Focus: Midcoast Region" piece examining numerous housing proposals in Bath, wit
"Focus: Midcoast Region" piece examining numerous housing proposals in Bath, with a focus on four condominium projects along the waterfront. James Upham, Bath's city planner, wants to preserve industry on the waterfront while supporting the development of new housing. Two controversial projects have stirred recent debate. John Hall and Ed Rogers are proposing a 24-unit project called New Bathport in which condo prices are expected to start at $650,000. Bruce Poliquin, a developer from Yarmouth, wants to remake the former Stinson Seafood sardine cannery into a 40-unit condo complex and full-scale marina. Curt Fish, a developer and real estate broker, recognizes the need to include jobs in any economic planning. His company, Seguin Brothers LLC, is working to get approval to build a housing complex on a 77-acre parcel of land.
Bath, Condominiums (Housing)
Smith, Taylor, ""Focus: Midcoast Region" piece examining numerous housing proposals in Bath, wit" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3684.
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