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Updated: April 19, 2021 From the Editor

From the Editor: Maine’s construction projects run the gamut

The building boom that has shown no sign of slowing down, even amid the pandemic, is made up of a wide range of projects and planned uses.

As Renee Cordes reports in our cover story, there are three hotels underway on the Portland peninsula. See “Staying power,” which starts on Page 20.

Four years ago, the city of Portland moved its public works depot out of the Bayside neighborhood and opened it up for redevelopment. Now the sixth and final parcel is being developed — and it may be the most ambitious project yet, with 171 apartments and ground-floor retail, as Maureen Milliken reports in “Portland’s economic development gamble paying off,” which starts on Page 24.

New school meets old school with some of Maine’s storied educational institutions growing their campuses with some of the latest energy-efficient technologies. See Laurie Schreiber’s “Built for good” on Page 28.

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