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Sunday, March 4, 2007

Liberty Harbor North

From Jersey Avenue looking East:

The Sutton and the Lofts are two larger buildings planned for the first phase of Liberty Harbor North.

The north west corner of development along Grand Street is nearly complete on the outside, with the exception of landscaping.

At the corner of Barrow Street, new street signs have been hung from the recently installed traffic lights.

Liberty View Drive connects Liberty Harbor North with Grand Street. Liberty View Drive is part of the existing city grid system and would otherwise be called Barrow Street:

A wider angle reveals the corner of Liberty View Drive from Grand Street looking east:

Looking south into Liberty Harbor down the future Liberty View Drive, the Sutton and the Lofts at the end of the street.

The corner of Barrow and Liberty View Drive

Liberty Harbor North also includes several historic structures built directly into the new construction and currently being refurbished.

Further down Grand Street, another Liberty Harbor road has cut the curb:

Looking West along Grand Street, the town homes of Liberty Harbor have insulation, waiting for their brick facades.



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