143-room hotel plan faces Portsmouth review

PORTSMOUTH — Cathartes Private Investments is scheduled to appear in front of the city's Planning Board on Thursday to request design review of its plan to build a five-story, 143-room hotel next to 3S Artspace in the city's booming North End.

The proposal also calls for the developer to create "a 43,325 square feet public park along the North Mill Pond waterfront, which will be constructed in two phases, and a 2,869 square foot public path from Vaughan Street to the waterfront park," according to a memo written by Planning Director Rick Taintor.


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