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InTown Manchester: City living is making a big comeback
"With the growth of residential density, retail will return," the report states. "Increase the variety of market-rate housing in the downtown area to include some which is smaller in size and more affordable for young professionals, empty nesters and college students."
Sara Beaudry, director of marketing and events for Intown Manchester, described the kind of marketing initiatives that could bring more vitality to downtown, while Lewry discussed the need to build an urban culture that supports high-tech entrepreneurs and artists.
"We have to figure out how to make this work ourselves," she told the group. "We aren't going to ask the city to pay for this. We are going to identify and rely on our own resources."
Home & Garden
The end of snow brings the start of yard cleanup.READER COMMENTS: 0
Salem selectmen have approved a trust fund to help establish additional affordable senior housing units in town.READER COMMENTS: 0
The planning board will conduct a site walk relating to the redevelopment of the Wayfarer property at 121 S. River Road.READER COMMENTS: 0
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Construction on the Braemoor Commons senior housing development is underway and is getting high marks from some Planning Board members.READER COMMENTS: 0
Hillsborough pewterer continues an age-old craft.READER COMMENTS: 0
Dave Adams and his wife, Debby, were only in their 20s when they bought the old house at 210 Gates St. in the South End in 1974.