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Longtime Augusta state office space finds new tenant

Maureen Milliken |

290 State St. was a supermarket, then a movie theater, and for more than 15 years the state's printing office, now it has a new tenant in Augusta's evolving office space climate.

Augusta's Turnpike Mall goes on the market

Laurie Schreiber |

One of Augusta's longtime retail magnets is up for sale. CBRE|The Boulos Co. is marketing the Turnpike Mall, a 214,900-square-foot shopping center on 26 acres, with an address of 10 Whitten Road, is...

'Self-awareness' is key to starting or growing a business in Maine

Maureen Milliken |

The message in Maine is the same for those starting a business as it is for communities that want to attract business and entrepreneurs — it's all about self-awareness. One of the top barriers...

Downtown Augusta redevelopment may be first U.S. Opportunity Zone project

Maureen Milliken |

A downtown Augusta building renovation may be the first project in the nation funded under the Opportunity Zone program, which offers tax breaks for investors who roll capital gains into projects in...

It's a sellers' market for Maine lodging properties this summer

Laurie Schreiber |

The recent sales of the Augusta Inn in Augusta and Country Inn in Rockport signal strong interest in Maine's lodging market from both out-of-state and Maine-based buyers.

Downtown Augusta project said to be one of first under Opportunity Zone program

Maureen Milliken |

A project to develop a downtown Augusta building is one of the first under the new federal Opportunity Zone program, the new owners say. The 31,500-square-foot building at 333-339 Water St. was...

Maine's largest open-air mall seeks change to allow more uses

Maureen Milliken |

The Marketplace at Augusta shopping area in ever-evolving north Augusta is looking to start an evolution of its own, expanding the type of businesses allowed in its 1.3 million square...

Augusta's first shopping center repositions for new era

Maureen Milliken |

Augusta Plaza, which opened in 1961, is welcoming more service tenants as the heart of Capital City redevelops.

Augusta, developer partner on 'addition by subtraction'

Maureen Milliken |

The city took advantage of a bad situation -- two distressed residences on upper Bridge Street — and with the help of a local developer made it a plus.

Former Augusta church to be converted to apartments

Staff |

Plans are in the works, pending rezoning and permits, to redevelop the former St. Mark's Episcopal Church and parish house on Summer Street in Augusta into apartments and a community gathering space.

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