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Boston developer to convert former Camden school into 'maker-space'

Boston developer Michael Mullins, president of Mullins Management Inc., has submitted a proposal to School Administrative District 28 to redevelop the Mary E. Taylor School in Camden as a co-working...

Portside Real Estate acquires Yarmouth realty office

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Portside Real Estate Group acquired a former competitor based in Yarmouth, resulting in a company with combined projected annual sales volume of more than $240 million.

Growing masonry company buys Portland building with legacy of business growth

Laurie Schreiber |

Moravia “Tito” Drice, owner of Tito Masonry and Construction, purchased the 1,156-square-foot building on 0.68 acre at 188 Presumpscott St. in Portland from Tollef Olson, a Maine...

Avesta Housing report details severe shortage of affordable housing

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Demand for affordable housing in southern Maine greatly exceeds the available supply, according to Avesta Housing's affordable housing activity report for the first three quarters of 2017.

Mixed-use development with low-income housing breaks ground in Auburn

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Developers broke ground on a mixed-use site with low-income housing in Auburn.

Popular Wiscasset seafood restaurant changes hands

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A veteran of the retail automotive business and a former restaurant owner, Louis Rylant of Bedford, N.H., has purchased the Sea Basket Restaurant in Wiscasset for an undisclosed price.

$14M Holbrook Memory Care residence opens at Piper Shores

MAUREEN MILLIKEN |

Piper Shores adult living complex in Scarborough unveiled the new 30-unit Holbrook Memory Care and Assisted Living apartment complex, which cost $14 million and took 18 months to build.

Casco Systems poised for growth as construction begins on $3M headquarters

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Casco Systems broke ground Monday on a new 20,300-square-foot headquarters building at 197 Gray Road in Cumberland seen as a key element in the company’s plans for continued growth.

Farmingdale eatery, closed in 2016, reopens under new ownership

Laurie Schreiber |

In a deal that closed in September, Hans Peaslee and Debbie Patterson purchased Mike's Place from Mike and Cynthia Genest. They've reopened the popular local eatery under the new name of Frye House.

Popular sports bar in Knightville to be torn down for redevelopment

The new owner of the former Griffin Club building, a popular sports bar in the Knightville neighborhood in South Portland, plans to tear down the 5,800-square-foot building constructed in 1900 and...

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