Title

From Sardines to Yachts, Belfast Transforms Waterfront: City government, Front Street Shipyard collaborated to create a thriving working waterfront with public access

Authors

Tom Groening

Source

Island Journal

Date

2018

Volume Number

VOL. 34

Pages

32-35

Abstract

Belfast's waterfront is evolving thanks to a vision held by the city government and businessmen from Front Street Shipyard. Together, they created public waterfront access, shored up the lobstering industry and made significant economic impacts by revitalizing the waterfront to manufacture and service large yachts.

Subjects

Front Street Shipyard, Belfast, Contract Rezoning, Sardine Industry, Stinson Seafood, Wayne Marshall, Contract Zoning, Tom Roberts, Public Access, Walkway, Taylor Allen, Rockport Marine, JB Turner, Lyman-Morse, Steve White, Brooklin Boat Yard, Ken Priest, Kenway Composites, Shipyard, Yachts, Commercial Vessels, Joe Slocum, Belfast Boat Yard, Economic Impact, Maine Industry, Working Waterfront, Revitalization

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