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Polstein plans $1M events center on Millinocket Lake

The Maine Land Use Planning Commission approved a plan to build an events center and operations building at the New England Outdoor Center on Millinocket Lake.

Waterville's Mitchell is Central Maine Growth Council Developer of the Year

Maureen Milliken |

Insurance company owner's second love is developing his native city, and the growth council says his projects have drawn business that has added 100 jobs to Waterville

Duluth Trading Co. South Portland site was just waiting to be developed

Maureen Milliken |

The Maine Mall Road parcel is right next to the Maine Turnpike, but potential developers "couldn't see the Turnpike for the trees," broker Andrew Ingalls said.

Maine Maritime Academy acquiring land at former Verso mill site in Bucksport

Staff |

Maine Maritime Academy in Castine has signed a purchase-and-sale agreement to acquire a six-acre parcel of land at the former Verso paper mill site in Bucksport to locate the college's new Center for...

Saco considers ConvenientMD clinic proposal

Staff |

The city of Saco is considering plans for construction of a ConvenientMD urgent-care health center at 506 Main St., currently the site of Rosa Linda’s Family Restaurant.

Maine Preservation celebrates 13 outstanding revitalization projects

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Maine Preservation celebrated 13 revitalization projects from Augusta to Standish, as well as the Sagadahock Real Estate Association in Bath, as examples of outstanding historic preservation.

Court sides with Damariscotta in Main Street development suit

Opponents of the proposed 435 Main St. development in Damariscotta have until Nov. 23 to appeal a Maine Superior Court decision that has dealt a setback to their lawsuit.

Buyer seeking hassle-free property finds it on Portland's Industrial Way

Laurie Schreiber |

A buyer who was looking for a property that wouldn't be too management-intensive found it when he purchased 14 Industrial Way in Portland.

Another Maine Kmart store axed as part of Sears' bankruptcy

James McCarthy |

Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SLHD) axed another of its Maine stores on Thursday, announcing it will close the Kmart location in Waterville and 39 others as it moves through bankruptcy reorganization.

Law firms are jumping into the new development field created by 'Opportunity Zones'

Maureen Milliken |

It's rare that the word “exciting” and tax law are joined in the same sentence, but excited is what everyone from attorneys to developers are about the new Opportunity Zone tax benefit.