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Old 02-09-2018, 01:07 PM   #3174
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Re: Portland, ME - New Construction Continued

Originally Posted by Cosakita18 View Post
It just struck me how much is going on in Portland right now, and how much is coming up in the next 6 monts.

Currently under construction

- Wex Headquarters
- Union Wharf office building
- 20 Thames: 28 Condos
- 220 Washington Ave : 45 Condos
- 62 India St. 30(?) Condos
- Thompsons Point Children's Museum
- Brown St. Parking Garage
- C-Port Credit Union Building

Approved and awating groundbreaking:

- 58 Boyd Street: 55 Apartments
- 75 Chesnut St: 52 Apartments
- 393 Commercial St: 139 Hotel rooms and 211 Condos
- 510 Cumberland Ave: 80 Apartments
- Midtown Parking Garage / Phase 1 ( Federated has finally applied for construction permits)
- 58 Fore St. Phase 1: Office / retail space
- Maine Medical Center Phase 1 expansion

Currently in the Planning Process

- 203 Fore St: 128 Hotel Rooms
- Thompsons Point Hotel: 148 Hotel Rooms
- Verdante at Lincoln Park: 31 Condos
- 60 Parris St: 25 Condos
- Americold warehouse
- Amethyst Lot / Portland Landing waterfront park.
- Maine Medical Center St. John St. parking garage.

Waiting in the Wings

- 184 Commercial St : 93 Hotel rooms and an unknown number of Condos
- 170 Fore St Office Building
- Thompsons Point Residential and Office space.
- Tim Soley's 15-20 story building near Canal Plaza
- 58 Fore St Condo's and WestElm hotel.
- Cumberland Ave. Condos
- Vets First Choice corporate headquarters
- Mercy Hospital Fore River Parkway campus expansion
- Portland Transportation Center expansion

Let me know if I've missed anything

Really, our building boom is pretty remarkable. What other city in New England outside of Boston is seeing this kind of development?
Also - Portsmouth has seen a pound for pound expansion that is similar in scope; and Burlington, Vermont of all places is currently seeing the construction of hundreds of new apartments, thousands of square feet of retail, and office space on their main pedestrian mall in several high-rise buildings (google: Burlington Town Center development).
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