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Renovation Revitalizes a Historic Landmark in Maine

This 130-year old local landmark in Portland, Maine’s historic district was in extremely poor condition when Present Architecture began their renovation.  To preserve the history of 660 Congress Street, the architecture firm endeavored to restore its original façade in addition to designing a brand new interior. As a result of their efforts, the building helps tell […] The post Renovation Revitalizes a Historic Landmark in Maine appeared first on Freshome.
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