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1060 Pleasant Street

Expansion of Southeastern MA Veterans Transitional Housing Restoration of a nearby blighted 1830 Greek Revival will add 18 units and more services for vets transitional housing, designed with recreation and…

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305-307 Pleasant Street

305-307 Pleasant Street is an abandoned two-family 1897 Victorian Revival in the South-End. A few blocks from downtown, this Receiver property is on a block where WHALE is restoring two…

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148 Hawthorn Street (Leander A. Plummer House)

When the Leander A. Plummer House, or “Morelands,” as Plummer called it, was constructed in the late 1850s, it was one of only a handful of houses in the then-bucolic,…

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Strand Theater

THROUGH THE YEARS From vaudeville to Hollywood films, 1157 Acushnet Avenue has witnessed an extensive array of entertainment throughout its history. Originally built in 1910, the theater exchanged hands and names several times…

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318 Pleasant Street

WHALE obtained this historic 2 family 1830s Greek Revival through the Attorney General's/City of New Bedford Receivership Program.  WHALE has restored this important South-end home for sale to a low-moderate…

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First Baptist Church: Home of “Robert’s Rules of Order”

The restoration of the First Baptist Church will provide an elegant venue for a collaborative community theatre while retaining a home for the congregation. The project is a national model in…

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Co-Creative Center

The Co-Creative Center is a 10,000 square-foot development that will foster New Bedford’s creative economy. Located at 137 Union St, this formerly abandoned block has been transformed into a collaborative retail, living…

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