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Millinocket Housing Initiative making progress

Maureen Milliken |

The Northern Forest Council has already bought six houses and multi-family buildings and renovated and rented out three in a program aimed at helping the town's downtown revitalization.

Sale of Main Street building speaks to burgeoning downtown Lewiston

Laurie Schreiber |

The Art Deco retail and office building at 177 Main St. was sold off-market in a deal that's a classic win-win, broker Kevin Fletcher said.

Nasson College's turnaround nearly complete with conversion of Marland Hall into senior housing

Maureen Milliken |

Rob Reinken was at his latest development project a few weeks ago when he saw a woman out in front taking photos. He asked if he could help her.

Yarmouth condo development plan passes new zoning tests

Maureen Milliken |

A plan to renovate two historic Main Street buildings and build a large addition, creating 12 townhouse condominiums, was approved last week, the first test of two new zoning ordinances.

Portland’s Danforth Inn listed for $2.6 million

Staff |

Portland’s Danforth Inn, a West End luxury establishment that avoided foreclosure earlier this year when its owners filed for bankruptcy, has gone on the market for $2.595 million.

The Lodge at Moosehead Lake goes on the market

Laurie Schreiber |

The Lodge at Moosehead Lake listed for sale for $2.495 million by owners who are planning to retire.

Fine woodworker swings a sledgehammer to carve out larger space in Biddeford

Laurie Schreiber |

BIDDEFORD — The purchase of 366 Main St. in Biddeford will more than double the space available to the fine furniture and architectural carving company Oak & Laurel, as well as make the company...

Downeast Institute completing $6.6 million expansion

The nonprofit Downeast Institute for Applied Marine Research and Education is weeks away from completion of a $6.6 million expansion.

Scarborough Downs housing plan gets preliminary nod

The first phase of a proposed housing development at Scarborough Downs was granted preliminary approval by the Scarborough Planning Board.

Iconic Ellsworth building finds new purpose as antiques shop

Laurie Schreiber |

The former Moto-Car dealership on the Ellsworth-to-Bangor road has been rehabilitated in a way that honors its eclecticism but makes it usable as the home of an antique shop called 1A Relics.

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