"inside story" piece on the new, corrugated steel-clad, 37-unit Chestnut Street
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"inside story" piece on the new, corrugated steel-clad, 37-unit Chestnut Street Lofts in Portland, developed by Richard Berman and designed by Scott Teas of TFH Architects in Portland, with Allied/Cook Construction of Scarborough as contractor. The units, which boast "soft industrial" design, abundant light and city views, were conceived by Berman as a "value-driven in-town home ownership option" for young professionals with incomes at or near the Maine median ($45,503). The new owners range from the young to the retired, with work that cuts across the career spectrum. With comments from some of the owners.
Real estate development, Chestnut Street Portland
Favreau, Brad, ""inside story" piece on the new, corrugated steel-clad, 37-unit Chestnut Street" (2008). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1414.
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