Chuck, Lee and the mill

Freedom Mill in Food & Wine

Last Month’s Food & Wine featured The Heartbreaking Story Behind The Lost Kitchen about Erin French’s revived restaurant in the restored Freedom Mill. The author was especially charmed by her surroundings: …Take a quick left on Main Street, and there’s The Mill at Freedom Falls—The Lost Kitchen’s once crumbling, now beautifully renovated home. Cross a narrow bridge…

Lee shows Scott the mill works

Mill at Freedom Falls wins Maine Preservation Honor award

Maine Preservation held their annual honor awards ceremony last Thursday,  to “recognize owners, developers, professionals and leaders responsible for transformative historic preservation efforts throughout the state.”  We were proud to be part of the team honored for the restoration of The Mill at Freedom Falls.  Read the full list of honorees, here. This project was…

Mill at Freedom Falls, almost finished. Photo from millatfreedomfalls.com

Happy 4th!

The historic nature of our work gives Independence Day special meaning for us here at PTF.  Two of our recent projects will be holding special celebrations to unveil their restored buildings: July 4, 2013, New Castle Congregational Church, New Castle, NH – Parade and ribbon cutting at the New Castle Congregational Church, 10a-2p.  We have…

Museums to Municipalities

PTF has worked with large urban museums like the MFA-Boston and remote historic sites like Wood Island Life Saving Station. Some follow strict preservation guidelines, like the Marrett House, and others are innovators in adaptive re-use, like the Mill at Freedom Falls. Some of our most interesting projects are the ones that defy categorization, like…