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Weeks after closing, owner sells downtown Bangor restaurant

Brett Settle, who closed Giacomo’s in Bangor on Dec. 23, has sold the business.

A small, but significant sale in Westbrook

Laurie Schreiber |

WESTBROOK—The purchase of a small building housing four apartments and a couple of commercial spaces at 212 Brown St. in Westbrook might seem a trivial event in the world of...

Wilton gets nod to apply for $150K development grant

The town of Wilton will get another chance to apply for a Community Development Block Grant to improve the facades of downtown businesses.

MEREDA conference is sold out

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association’s annual forecast conference on Thursday is sold out, the organization said Monday.

Bulgarian émigré launches restoration of former Belfast school

Laurie Schreiber |

An émigré from Bulgaria who's fallen in love with Belfast has purchased an old school building that he envisions as a multi-use facility for businesses and the city's cultural community.

An $18M redevelopment planned for Eastport cannery

Peter Van Allen |

A Kansas City developer will partner with an Eastport group to redevelop the waterfront American Can Co. factory.

Bangor Savings unveils plan for waterfront

Peter Van Allen |

Bangor Savings Bank plans to develop a campus on the Bangor waterfront, a move it says will help accommodate its projected growth.

Maine among top states in inventory of foreclosed homes

STAFF |

Maine is among the states with the highest percentage of foreclosure inventory on its mortgaged homes, according to a foreclosure report released on Jan 10.

Some flux in Washington Avenue’s restaurant scene

Roustabout, a Portland restaurant on Washington Avenue, closed its doors this week, but another venue is set to open.

Augusta’s Key Plaza going to auction

A prominent downtown Augusta building, Key Plaza at 286 Water St., is headed to the auction block.

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