Proposed Project Would Transform Portland Waterfront

Businesses Drawn to Portland’s Marine Resources
Portland, Maine; photo Wikimedia

A former railroad foundry on Portland, Maine’s eastern waterfront would be transformed into a shiny high-end neighborhood with six blocks of housing, shops, restaurants, hotel rooms and marina slips under an ambitious and long-awaited redevelopment plan submitted by local developers, according to an article on PressHerald.com.

The scale of the development, which features a mix of glass-walled buildings and historic brick structures and is estimated to cost about $250 million, makes it one of the most ambitious projects ever proposed in Maine’s largest city.

Read about a proposed plan that would transform Portland, Maine’s waterfront.