Exchange Block

Exchange Block in Downtown Bangor for Sale

The Exchange Block in Bangor is available for sale as a 4-building package or individually. Contact TC Haffenreffer or Sylas Hatch for details. Read the Mainebiz article here.

Large Industrial Building at 203 Read Street sold for $10 Million

187–209 Read Street LLC purchased this large industrial property at 203 Read Street from Brockway-Smith Co. for $10 million. Tom Dunham, SIOR, Greg Hastings, SIOR, Sylas Hatch, and TC Haffenreffer brokered the sale. The building is now available for lease. Read the Mainebiz article here.

American Roots Expands at Dana Warp Mill

American Roots recently leased an additional 6,500± SF of manufacturing space at the Dana Warp Mill, bringing their total space to 20,000± SF. This expansion comes after an incredibly successful pivot of their manufacturing efforts toward PPE. See the story featured in this Mainebiz article.

7 Rand Road

242,000 SF Facility at 7 Rand Road Sold to Brockway-Smith Company

Tom Dunham, SIOR & Greg Hastings, SIOR represented the buyer, Brockway-Smith Company, on the sale of 7 Rand Road in Portland. This 242,000 SF facility sold for $12.8 million on April 1st. Brockway Smith will renovate the building and relocate to the facility. The property will be used for manufacturing and distribution of Brosco products… » Read more

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“The Great Pause”

Read this thoughtful perspective on Maine’s commercial real estate market today, written by our designated broker Justin Lamontagne, for the New England Real Estate Journal.

Realities of the Market Today

Over the past year, the real estate market has been hot. Tom Moulton was one of the brokers on the $18.1 million transaction of 600 Sable Oaks Drive in South Portland that closed just before the COVID-19 emergency began. In this Mainebiz article, Tom and other brokers weigh in on the realities of the market today.… » Read more

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Maine Brokers Making the Best of Virtual Real Estate

Personal contact is key in real estate, but during this time of working from home and virtual meetings, brokers are trying to make the best of it. Justin Lamontagne is quoted in this Mainebiz article highlighting how our industry is adjusting to the virtual real estate world. “I’m interested in two fascinating trends that will… » Read more