PSA’s recommendation to the City : “We can also state that the mid-19th century building now obscured by Building 1 is of greater architectural merit,” the society said … Read More
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As Portland grows, changes in our community have been met by both excitement and anxiety. The purpose of “The Challenge of Change: Are We Loving Portland to Death?” in … Read More
Carole Merrill, PSA Executive Director was interviewed for the Old Port Magazine. To read the article, click here.
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Bayside is a hot spot for developers in Portland, with new stores and offices sprouting along Marginal Way But even conservative estimates of sea level rise suggest that … Read More
To Mark Johnson, much of Spring Street is a four-lane divided highway to nowhere. Johnson sees a street largely out of scale with the surrounding environment, a barrier … Read More
The Portland Society for Architecture (PSA) membership recently voted to install the following slate of officers for the 2014 term: President – Alan Kuniholm, Principal, PDT Architects Vice … Read More