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Brunswick board OKs office/retail complex near Cook’s Corner

Brunswick’s planning board approved plans for a campus-style complex of large medical office buildings and smaller retail lots near Cook’s Corner.

'Boxing day' for Eaton Peabody on eve of Portland move

Renee Cordes |

After outgrowing its Portland office in just four years, Bangor-based law firm Eaton Peabody will move to bigger digs this Friday at 100 Middle St.

Portland developer submits winning bid for working waterfront wharf

A Portland real estate developer submitted the winning $510,000 bid in a bankruptcy auction April 25 to purchase a fishing wharf in Garrison's Cove on Bailey Island in Harpswell. The sale is subject...

Construction begins on Colby’s downtown Waterville building

Work has begun around the $25 million, 100,000-square-foot Colby College residential and retail complex in downtown Waterville.

Bangor-based mechanical contractor expands reach into Portland

Laurie Schreiber |

ABM Mechanical Inc.'s purchase of 11 County Road represents the mechanical contracting firm's push to expand its presence from its Bangor and Hancock home base to the Portland area.

Multi-use development proposed for east Saco Island

Saulnier Development is proposing to transform the vacant six-acre east side of Saco Island with mixed-use development.

South Portland expands housing and food truck options

South Portland city councilors approved a first reading of a zoning amendment that would allow new housing and apartment complexes at Sable Oaks and Clarks Pond.

Madison Paper Industries sells closed mill's hydro assets

Madison Paper Industries signed an agreement to sell its hydropower facilities to Eagle Creek Renewable Energy LLC, a Morristown, N.J.-based company.

Even in digital age, banks and credit unions still value 'bricks-and-mortar'

Laurie Schreiber |

In this digital age, Maine banks and credit unions continue to invest in bricks-and-mortar branches right along with banking technology.

From a Portland corner, making soundwaves in the world

Laurie Schreiber |

A 4,920-square-foot warehouse/office building at 82 Gilman St. in Portland is the new digs for Independent Audio Inc., a nationwide distributor of top-quality professional audio equipment.

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