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Ocean Gate Plaza's new life is paying off

Maureen Milliken |

The 130,000 square feet in the nine-story building at 511 Congress St. in Portland are spoken for, and a 300-space parking garage is in the works, the result of rebranding and renovations by the...

Second BBQ joint leverages neighborhood vibe in Portland's Deering Center

Laurie Schreiber |

The purchase of a long-time family-owned pizzeria at 476 Stevens Ave. in Portland is expected to leverage the community’s neighborly feel when the new owners open a barbecue restaurant there...

Temporary rules in place for Munjoy Hill developers until June

Maureen Milliken |

Developers in Portland's busy Munjoy Hill neighborhood will be working until under restrictions that include where they can locate parking until the city comes up with permanent zoning tweaks to deal...

Portland Media Center: New brand broadens traditional community TV mission

Renee Cordes |

Portland’s Community Television Network has been rebranded as the Portland Media Center, to reflect a widening range of activities.

WalletHub: Portland 7th best city to find a job, Lewison 62nd


Portland ranked seventh best out of 182 U.S. cities in WalletHub's study of the best places to find a job in 2018.

Vets First Choice will build $20M corporate facility in Portland


Vets First Choice, a Portland company that provides technology-enabled care services for veterinary uses, will build a $20 million corporate facility in Portland.

Rental market survey to guide Portland’s housing policy initiatives


The City of Portland has hired Maine-based 45 North Research LLC to conduct a rental market survey of local market conditions.

Reshaping Portland's waterfront: A flurry of development east to west in Maine's largest city

Renee Cordes |

Charlie and Malcolm Poole lease space to 25 tenants and 15 boats that tie up on a pier on Union Wharf in Portland's prized working waterfront. But as they seek new tenants and income sources, the...

Coworking spaces evolving into more than just a mainstay of the 'gig economy'

Maureen Milliken |

Coworking started as an attractive working environment for the self-employed, remote workers and startups. But newer co-working spaces in the Greater Portland region are expanding their focus to...

Portland's on fire, but don't ignore Bangor

Peter Van Allen |

This issue is focused on greater Portland and contains a good deal of information about the booming real estate market and new corporate headquarters.