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Bar Harbor business and historic building packaged for unusual sale

Laurie Schreiber |

In an unusual deal, Beverly and Peter Bono — who've operated the Christmas Spirit Shop in the historic Grant Building at 80 Main St. in Bar Harbor since 1995 — are seeking to sell both...

Century-old law firm joins Lewiston's revitalization push

Laurie Schreiber |

Berman & Simmons, a law firm that specializes in personal injury and medical malpractice, is renovating the historic building in downtown Lewiston that has served as the firm's headquarters for over...

Four-story 45-unit condo project approved for East Bayside

Portland planners have approved a four-story, 45-unit condominium complex in Portland’s East Bayside neighborhood.

South Portland zoning changes set stage for West End development

The South Portland City Council approved new zoning rules that city officials say will reshape two of the city’s neighborhoods.The council...

From kiosk to showroom: Scarborough remodeling business makes leap to Route 1 visibility

Laurie Schreiber |

Ryan Cheplic, owner of Harbor Heights Tile & Granite LLC, wanted a showroom in Scarborough and he wanted it to be visible. He met both objectives in purchasing a 1,140-square-foot mixed-use building...

ANM Properties adds retail business to Bangor’s Exchange Street

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City Drawers, a Belfast-based women's wear and lingerie shop, is coming to Bangor. The six-year-old business has signed a long-term lease to set up shop in the block of buildings on Exchange Street...

Aroostook shopping mall beset by vacancies will go to auction

Mortgage lender Wells Fargo is holding a public auction sale of the Aroostook Centre Mall on Oct. 31.

Portland selling four parcels in Bayside neighborhood

Four city-owned parcels in Portland’s Bayside neighborhood are poised to be redeveloped in mixed-use projects, following the City Council’s vote on Monday to sell them for nearly $4...

Boothbay’s Route 27 roundabout revitalization almost done

A roundabout on Route 27 in Boothbay is nearing completion and other building projects in that vicinity are in the works.

After long search, plastics firm finds home in Biddeford with lots of room for expansion

Laurie Schreiber |

Paul Tyson, owner of Thermoformed Plastics of New England, purchased a 27,684-square-foot plant in Biddeford for $1.18 million from York County Biscuit Company Inc., in a deal that closed Aug. 30.

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