June 27, 2018

Sticky Sweet to open Cumberland Avenue retail shop

Sticky Sweet, a sticky rice and vegan ice cream shop, is leaving space at the Public Market House in Monument Square in Portland for Cumberland Avenue.

Sticky Sweet LLC has leased 600 square feet of retail space at 115 Cumberland Ave. from EngleMildred LLC. The transaction was brokered on behalf of the landlord by by Matthew Cardente and Robert Tragemann of Cardente Real Estate and on behalf of the tenant by Chris Sullivan of Vitalius Real Estate Group.

Sticky Sweet left its vendor location at the Public Market House to open a retail location, and plans to start renovations July 1, said the owners, sisters Kelley and Ashley Dow..

"The space does need a bit of work though, so we can't say when we'll be scooping our plant-based ice cream, but we'll be working hard to get the space ready as quickly as possible," they told Mainebiz in a Facebook message.

The shop will sell dairy-free ice cream and homemade gluten-free waffle cones.

Sticky Sweet pints of dairy-free ice cream can also be found at the Portland Co-Op, Lois' Natural Marketplace in Portland and Scarborough, Morning Glory in Brunswick, Royal River in Freeport and Frinklepod Farm in Arundel.

NH-based engineering firm signs lease at Lower Falls Landing

Cardente Real Estate also announced a new tenant at Lower Falls Landing in Yarmouth, a week after the mixed-use property was sold for $5.4 million.

Hoyle Tanner & Associates has leased 2,690 square feet of office space at 106 Lafayette St, with Mike Cobb, of Cardente, representing the owner, SEKA Properties LLC, and Andrew Sturgeon, of SVN The Urbanek Group, representing the tenant.

Cobb was the seller's representative on the sale, and is also handling leasing for owner, who was represented in the sale by Jennifer Yilmaz, of Applewood Real Estate Group.

Hoyle Tanner & Associates is a Portsmouth, N.H.-based engineering firm.

The 40,931-square-foot property is also home to Royal River Grillhouse, East Coast Yacht Sales as well as several office tenants. Cobb said last week that about 10% of the space was vacant.


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