A boom truck lifts materials Friday afternoon to the roof of the future Gauvreau Place at the corner of Blake and Pine streets in Lewiston. Community Concepts is working with Avesta Housing to construct the 35-unit housing complex. The property is to be named after Paul Gauvreau, a well-known attorney and legislator from Lewiston who died suddenly several years ago. The land sat vacant for many years after fires destroyed several buildings. It was once the location of an office building that housed a medical practice owned by Gauvreau’s grandfather and then father.  Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

A boom truck lifts materials Friday afternoon to the roof of the future Gauvreau Place at the corner of Blake and Pine streets in Lewiston. Community Concepts is working with Avesta Housing to construct the 35-unit housing complex. The property is to be named after Paul Gauvreau, a well-known attorney and legislator from Lewiston who died suddenly several years ago. The land sat vacant for many years after fires destroyed several buildings. It was once the location of an office building that housed a medical practice owned by Gauvreau’s grandfather and then father.  Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal


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