Mac Air Group to begin construction on facility at Portland jetport

July 16, 2015 in News

Author: Tom Bell
Publication: portlandpress.com

PORTLAND – The company plans to add 15 permanent jobs when the $6 million facility is complete. Portland-based Mac Air Group will begin construction Thursday on a $6 million facility that will allow the company to serve its growing number of international and domestic aviation clients.

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Portland removing barriers to fix an urban-renewal mistake

July 8, 2015 in News

Author: Tom Bell
Publication: pressherald.com

PORTLAND – The city wants to eliminate the divided highway in the middle of its downtown – along Spring and Middle streets – and spur investment. City crews began knocking down the raised center median on Middle and Spring streets this week in the first step of a plan to undo some of the damage caused by a 1970s-era urban-renewal project.

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Scarborough natural foods market expanding to Portland

May 12, 2015 in News

Author: Alex Acquisto
Publication: theforecaster.net

PORTLAND — For Lois and Dan Porta, opening a second Lois' Natural Marketplace isn't simply an expansion of enterprise, it's a culmination of lifestyle.

The new space, at the corner of India and Middle streets, sandwiched between Two Fat Cats Bakery and Micucci's Grocery Co., is approximately 2,300 square feet and is scheduled to open May 19.

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With zone change OK, armory redevelopment on target

May 8, 2015 in Articles

Author: Kate Irish Collins
Publication: keepmecurrent.com

SOUTH PORTLAND – Work on redeveloping the historic former South Portland armory could begin this summer after a zone change required for the project received final approval Monday from the City Council.

The council granted the zone change from a residential district to the new conditional armory zone, which means Priority Real Estate Group is now free to move forward with its plans for the facility.

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Developer plans retail mall in Portland’s Bayside neighborhood

May 5, 2015 in Articles

Author: Dennis Hoey
Publication: pressherald.com

PORTLAND – A Portland-based development company is recruiting tenants for a proposed retail mall in the city’s Bayside neighborhood.

Joseph Porta, who is marketing the site at 45 Marginal Way on behalf of the property’s owners, Northland Enterprises, said the project will include a Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant and a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee shop. Chipotle is a chain with restaurants in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and in two other European countries.

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