One of our brokers, Andrew LeBlanc, was recently featured in the Kennebec Journal and Portland Press Herald discussing the revitalization of Augusta’s Downtown District, and how he is working with local property owners, investors, and businesses to help clients capture value from this unique opportunity. Check out the Kennebec Journal article here.
We recently negotiated the sale of the former ‘Fairgrounds’ site in Gorham. The recently constructed bypass around the town has helped improve access to the site and opened the area to new development. Charlie Craig spoke with MaineBiz about the deal in this article.
We are pleased to announce that Justin Lamontagne, CCIM has been elected as a partner of the firm. Justin joined NAI The Dunham Group in 2011 and has worked in commercial real estate since 2006. He has successfully brokered transactions in all sectors of commercial real estate, specializing in industrial, office and investment properties. Justin has… » Read more
We are pleased to announce a new addition to our brokerage team! Andrew LeBlanc joins the Dunham Group with experience in commercial real estate financing, deal structuring, asset dispositions, and property management. Prior to joining the Dunham Group, he acted as Associate Director at Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation in Boston, Massachusetts. Andrew specializes in… » Read more
Great feature article in the MaineBiz Real Estate Insider about Saco River Dyehouse! Greg Hastings & Tom Dunham brokered the sale of this 35,550-square-foot industrial building at 34 Spring Hill Road in Saco.
Justin Lamontagne, CCIM weighs in on Portland’s commercial space crunch and how developers are bringing new life to old spaces in this MaineBiz article.
The first Krispy Kreme in Maine is set to anchor a multi-tenanted retail building on Center Street in Auburn. Dunham Group broker, Sylas Hatch, continues to rep Krispy Kreme in their search for more Maine locations!
Photo Circa 1993! “Long-term relationships, client trust, and a commitment to quality and performance” ….still continues to be the focus of our company today.
Great article highlighting one of our clients – Casco Bay Steel. We represented Casco Bay Steel in their recent purchase of 1156 Broadway in South Portland. They plan to make renovations to the Broadway site (75,712 SF plant on 15.4 acres), which is the 3rd expansion property for the company. Bridge-steel-fabricator-grows-across-south-portland
Justin Lamontagne will be on the panel discussing the commerical RE market at the Press Herald’s next Business Breakfast Forum! Wednesday May 18th – Portland Public Library