Greater Portland Landmarks has preserved and revitalized the architectural fabric, history, and character of greater Portland — renewing our neighborhoods, spurring economic development and keeping Portland one of the most livable cities in America.
Landmarks’ preservation services program was created in response to the demand for information and resources for people who wish to maintain and preserve their historic properties. Our Preservation Services Advisor answers questions about improving older buildings, provides technical advice on your issues, offers contractor and resource referrals, and conducts field visits to evaluate conditions and recommend strategies. Call us today!
Greater Portland Landmarks (Landmarks) was founded in 1964 in response to the demolition of Portland’s historic Union Station. Landmarks works to increase the public’s connection to greater Portlands unique built environment by providing leadership, advocacy, educational publications, programs and resources, that preserve the historic architectural fabric of this region and keep Portland one of the most livable cities in America. Landmarks also manages the Portland Observatory (1807), the last remaining maritime signal tower in the United States.
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