Lambert Woods FAQs 165 Lambert is one of three parcels chosen by the City of Portland, Maine in 2019 to be redeveloped as middle income housing. The parcel in Portland’s North Deering Neighborhood is about 14 acres of wooded land, of which about half is wetlands. The site is on a quiet stretch of road between two busy arterial roads, and is adjacent to residential areas and light industrial uses. It is about a quarter mile from the Falmouth Spur highway, ¾ of mile from a shopping area, and at terminus of the #9 metro bus line, which provides frequent service to all the middle and high schools, services, and downtown area. Maine Cooperative Development Partners were chosen to develop the property in 2020 and the project is expected to be completed in 2024. In July 2021, the city of Portland also chose MCDP to develop the parcel north of Washington Street, 622 Auburn and 9 Gray road, which adds an additional 18 acres of land to the total project.
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Upcoming Meetings: Check back for future meetings as they are scheduled. We look forward to you joining us!
Monday, July 26, 6-8pm at PelotonLabs, 795 Congress Street, "Drink & Crit" : Portland Society of Architecture, MCDP, and PelotonLabs invite the design community and other interested parties to provide feedback on the plans to date.