The cold temperatures of winter haven’t slowed the progress of several prominent construction projects throughout the city. Above is the new Poco’s deck as it continues to take shape in the new location against the building (the City is putting in a park on the former Poco’s deck). Below is an evening scene at the Martingale Wharf project, which recently saw the demolition of the old historic brick component, which is now flanked by the steel beams of the new construction on either side.
Below is the site of the former Pier II restaurant, which used to be a staple on the banks of the Piscataqua River. As I wrote earlier in the week, it will soon be the home to new residential condos – with the structure to have a classical warehouse look and be completed by 2011. Check out the article in the Herald here.