West End Yards in Portsmouth, New Hampshire received final approvals from the city’s Planning Board last Thursday. The 12-acre development will feature 250 apartments, 23 townhomes, a public dog park, commercial and office space and a beer and food hall. Housing will include 27 work-force housing units, representing the “single largest work-force housing project by a private developer in the city.”

In a recent article in Seacoast Online, the Planning Board Chair Dexter Legg told developers he appreciated “the applicants and the team for working diligently with the city and boards,” adding “We have a great project here that you guys can be proud of and I know the city can be proud of.”