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MEREDA conference is sold out

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association’s annual forecast conference on Thursday is sold out, the organization said Monday.

Bulgarian émigré launches restoration of former Belfast school

Laurie Schreiber |

An émigré from Bulgaria who's fallen in love with Belfast has purchased an old school building that he envisions as a multi-use facility for businesses and the city's cultural community.

An $18M redevelopment planned for Eastport cannery

Peter Van Allen |

A Kansas City developer will partner with an Eastport group to redevelop the waterfront American Can Co. factory.

Bangor Savings unveils plan for waterfront

Peter Van Allen |

Bangor Savings Bank plans to develop a campus on the Bangor waterfront, a move it says will help accommodate its projected growth.

Maine among top states in inventory of foreclosed homes


Maine is among the states with the highest percentage of foreclosure inventory on its mortgaged homes, according to a foreclosure report released on Jan 10.

Some flux in Washington Avenue’s restaurant scene

Roustabout, a Portland restaurant on Washington Avenue, closed its doors this week, but another venue is set to open.

Augusta’s Key Plaza going to auction

A prominent downtown Augusta building, Key Plaza at 286 Water St., is headed to the auction block.

Will Richmond emerge as a foodie town?

Two new restaurants, Kimberly's Restaurant and Lounge and the Village Café, have opened in Richmond, filling vacancies on its downtown Main Street.

Firm's proposal to demolish former Great Northern mill raises questions

North American Recovery Management, a Florida-based demolition company that purchased the former Great Northern Paper mill in East Millinocket last March, has filed an application with the state to...

PC Construction 'tops out' new Jax Lab research building


PC Construction celebrated a major milestone in its $14.25 million construction project for Jackson Laboratory when it bolted the final piece of structural steel in place Monday for the...