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January 5, 2018

Portland gets plans for Bayside, waterfront projects

The City of Portland has received site plans for two major projects, one involving housing in the Bayside neighborhood and the other a boat yard expansion on the western waterfront.

The Forecaster reported that developer Jack Soley's plan for Bayside includes 23 condominiums on Parris Street. A nearby parcel, on Kennebec Street, is also slated to become housing as part of a mixed-use development by developers Ross Furman and Nathan Szanton.

Phineas Sprague's plan is an expansion of his boat repair business on West Commercial Street. The 18-are site is adjacent to Sprague's Portland Yacht Services and the International Marine Terminal. The plan includes building a 20,000-square-foot building for maintenance and repairs, a 2,400-square-foot building for storing racing shells, and a multi-story 4,800-square-foot office building.

Sprague sold his 10-acre Portland Co. Marine complex on the eastern end of Portland's waterfront in 2013, then bought the West Commercial Street property to relocate his Portland Yacht Services boatyard.

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