McIntyre 101 Study Circles
The McIntyre Subcommittee and Portsmouth Listens, with the support of project developer Redgate Kane and with assistance from Boston-based urban design firm The Principle Group, are initiating study circles in January to deliberate on the entire McIntyre site and how it is to be developed, as per the McIntyre Subcommittee decision on December 15th, 2020
The City of Portsmouth and the McIntyre developer Redgate Kane are collaborating on the design of a new public gathering place on a portion of the site behind the McIntyre Building, bounded by Penhallow and Bow streets. The City has asked Portsmouth Listens and the Principle Group, the City’s urban design consultants, to engage local citizens in a visioning process to make the redevelopment of the McIntyre parcel a success for downtown Portsmouth.
Thank you for participating in the McIntyre Public Input Process!
The April 24, 2018 meeting was the final forum in the series guided by the McIntyre Public Input Blue Ribbon Steering Committee, followed by a Report Back to the City Council on May 7th. The presentation (including all graphics) used at the meeting is available here. The City of Portsmouth will be submitting an application to redevelop the McIntyre Federal Building property to the National Park Service.
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