PORTSMOUTH — Plans for a new mixed-use building, at the site of the former Connie Bean gymnasium, were approved by the Historic District Commission Wednesday night, when most HDC members lauded the project. The plans [...]
DOVER, NH – “Bankers, engineers, real estate developers and architects spent Friday afternoon in the final phase of a charrette hosted by the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast. This is their third year [...]
It is rare, if ever, that our editorial board has championed the design of a new building in downtown Portsmouth. However, the conceptual 233 Vaughan St. is worthy of praise. It is rare, if ever, [...]
PORTSMOUTH — The city's Technical Advisory Committee on Tuesday approved the recently revived plans for a four-story, mixed-use development proposed for Vaughan Street. The project, which has been years in the making, calls for retail [...]
PORTSMOUTH — The city's Technical Advisory Committee on Tuesday approved the recently revived plans for a four-story, mixed-use development proposed on Vaughan Street. The project, which has been years in the making, calls for retail [...]
PORTSMOUTH — After years of delays, developers of a four-story, mixed-use building proposed for the city's Northern Tier returned to City Hall on Tuesday, ready to begin work on the major downtown development. The project, [...]
PORTSMOUTH, NH – CJ Architects, along with other Portsmouth architects with current projects in the Northern Tier neighborhood, presented the proposed Vaughan Street project to a Plan NH after hours gathering.
ROCHESTER, NH – CJA Principal Architect Carla Goodknight attended a Key Ceremony opening the Southeast New Hampshire Habitat for Humanity duplex on Silver Street to its new residents.
“The New Hampshire chapter of the American Institute of Architects celebrates exceptional residential architecture. Winners will be announced at the AIANH Awards Banquet, scheduled for January 20 at the New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) [...]
“The Strawbery Banke 1766 House at 27 Gardner Street was built by the Leighton Family in 1766, and purchased by its current owners in 2006. It incorporates authentic period details with modern renovations to create [...]