• September

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    Historic Renovation // Part 1: Trimline Wood Windows

    Historic Renovation // Part 1: Trimline Wood Windows

    Renovation projects are certainly an exciting and noble undertaking but they can sometimes also be stressful, especially if you are restoring a historic property. Whether you're looking to restore the original charm of the building or are mandated by the city or town to meet certain preservation requirements, it is much easier than you think
    • November

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      2018
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    [Featured Project] Historic Rehoboth Library Addition

    [Featured Project] Historic Rehoboth Library Addition

    The original Goff Memorial Hall, a large, wooden Victorian-style building in Rehoboth, MA was built in 1886 and contained schoolrooms, a lecture hall, a library, and an antiquarian room. Sadly, that building was struck by lightning in 1911 and burned to the ground. A grand new Goff Memorial Hall was erected out of brick in 1915,
    • October

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      2018
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    [New Photography] Nantucket Culinary Center

    [New Photography] Nantucket Culinary Center

    22 Federal Street before renovation. Photo by Nicole Harnishfeger. Source: The Inquirer and Mirror The story of the gorgeous historic building that sits at 22 Federal Street in downtown Nantucket began over 140 years ago when it was built as a private residence. Over its long history it had changed hands and occupants several times
    • September

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      2018
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    [New Photography] 60 Ship Street Providence

    [New Photography] 60 Ship Street Providence

    New in our photo gallery is a charming historic factory building turned modern office space located in Providence's Jewelry District. The N.H. Haronian Building at 60 Ship Street was built by Nazareth Haronian in 1925 to house Mr. Haronian's small jewelry and novelty company. Over the years the building has had many occupants including the well-loved local