Tuesday, March 22, 2016

20 Marginal Way - 3/22/2016

Progress to date at 20 Marginal Way:


20 Marginal Way

Construction is underway at 20 Marginal Way, near the intersection with Forest Avenue. The building will be home to a branch and local offices for Bangor Savings Bank. From the planning board overview:

The new three story building has a footprint of 2,706 sq. ft. and a total floor area of 2,100 sq. ft. 

Rendering via Press Herald article

Monday, March 14, 2016

62 India Street

The Portland Press Herald reported today of plans to replace the Port City Glass building and parking lot at the corner of India and Newbury Streets with a four-story residential condominium and retail building. The developer, India Newbury Residences LLC, also built the nearby Bay House and (under construction) 113 Newbury Street projects.

62 India St., rendering from the Press Herald article

Sunday, March 13, 2016

667 Congress Street 3/13/2016

667 Congress Street - 2/27/2016

667 Congress Street - 1/10/2016

667 Congress Street - 12/9/2015

Pre-ground breaking photos of 667 Congress Street.

667 Congress Street

667 Congress Street is a residential and retail development by Redfern Properties. The architect is Ryan Senatore. Per the architect's project page:

667 Congress Street is an 8 story High-Rise located on Portland’s Congress Street. The project consists of 139 market rate apartments on seven levels with a first floor level containing a retail use and structured parking.

Photo via the developer's website.
Photo via the developer's website.

Photo via the developer's website.

101 York Street - 1/31/2016

Progress at 101 York Street as of 1/31/2016:

101 York Street

101 York Street, the former location of El Rayo Taqueria (and a gas station before that) sits at the corner of York and High Streets. It will be a five-storey residential and retail development by local developer J.B. Brown.

According to this Bangor Daily News article from 9/1/2015, the finished structure will include commercial space with 63 residential apartments on the top four floors. J.B. Brown also seeks to build a two-level parking structure with 211 spaces.
Image via Portland Planning Board documents.