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Lewiston-Auburn Market Overview

January 27, 2022

Developers, owner-users, tenants, and investors are beginning to view Lewiston-Auburn as the next area of the state poised for growth, as evidenced by rising lease rates and record sale prices – and in spite of soaring construction costs. Housing Development Like in many areas throughout Maine, developers have taken notice of the housing shortage in Lewiston-Auburn. Over the past year, … Continue reading Lewiston-Auburn Market Overview

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Lewiston-Auburn Mid-Year Market Outlook

July 27, 2021

Noah Stebbins, Associate Lewiston-Auburn has emerged as a popular market for developers and businesses, as motivated city officials aim to spur new development. Although new development initiatives in both cities are focused on addressing the housing shortage, there are several notable projects that will transform each city and businesses have taken notice. Local and national companies of all types continue … Continue reading Lewiston-Auburn Mid-Year Market Outlook

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Lewiston-Auburn Market Overview: 2021

May 10, 2021

Insights Lewiston-Auburn Market Overview: 2021 Noah Stebbins, Associate Originally featured in our 2021 Greater Portland Market Outlook. In recent years, Lewiston-Auburn has benefited from numerous development projects, and investors continue to remain bullish on downtown and surrounding areas. Although 2020 has been a challenging year for most, Lewiston-Auburn has remained a popular market for developers and businesses alike, and there … Continue reading Lewiston-Auburn Market Overview: 2021

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Cannabis & Commercial Real Estate Overview 2021

May 7, 2021

Insights Cannabis & Commercial Real Estate: 2021 Noah Stebbins, Associate Originally featured in our 2021 Greater Portland Market Outlook. Like it or not, the marijuana industry has arrived. In Maine all signs point to growth, slowly but surely. Marijuana policy has been changing rapidly across state lines in recent years. Currently, there are 17 states, including the District of Columbia, … Continue reading Cannabis & Commercial Real Estate Overview 2021

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Creating Opportunity in Maine’s Tight Industrial Market

July 27, 2020

Big box retailers have been closing at unprecedented rates, even before the rise of COVID-19, leaving landlords in a precarious position. Landlords must now think of creative ways to re-purpose their spaces to meet the needs of shifting consumer demand, maintain steady foot traffic and generate revenue in alternative ways.

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