Completed in 2020, 48 Hampshire replaced an underused surface parking lot owned by the City of Auburn. Just steps from all that downtown Auburn has to offer, its 53 apartments enjoy views of the City's Renaissance Revival library, the Lewiston skyline, and Auburn Heights.
This building has 43 units of mixed-income rental housing and 38 on-site parking spaces, most covered by the building. It is located two blocks from the Old Port district, Portland's shopping, dining, and entertainment hub. Featuring 35 one-bedroom units, 8 two-bedroom units, and a host of green features, the building opened in August, 2009.
This four story apartment complex of 13 market rate and 14 affordable housing units was the first development project of The Szanton Company. It is an adaptive re-use of an 80-year old, one-story neighborhood parking garage. Drawing on city, state and conventional financing sources, the project opened in the Fall of 2004.
Furman Block opened January of 2021 in Portland's West Bayside neighborhood. It includes 51 new, age-restricted (55 plus) studio and one-bedroom apartments and a combination of artists' studios and gallery space at street level.
The Hartley Block brings 63 brand new one, two, and three bedroom units of mixed-income rental housing and ground floor retail to the heart of downtown Lewiston. Opened for occupancy in March 2019, it fills several empty lots along Lewiston's iconic Lisbon Street. The Hartley Block is named after Marsden Hartley, a well known Lewiston artist who had a studio on this site in 1906.
Huse School Apartments involved the renovation and rehabilitation of the John E.L. Huse Memorial School, built in 1942 and 1949. We purposed this former elementary school to create 31 apartments and added a new construction wing with 28 apartments, for a total of 59 brand new units.
The Lofts at Bates Mill, our first Lewiston project, is the adaptive re-use of an 1854 Bates Manufacturing Company Textile Mill, Mill #2. The Lofts at Bates Mill features 25 one-bedroom, 16 two-bedroom and 7 three-bedroom apartments. The Lofts at Bates Mill, opened in 2012 as is the first apartment housing built in Lewiston's Mill District.
The Lofts at Saco Falls repurposed an empty 19th century factory building into a thriving residential complex. Built in two stages in 1842 and 1867, The Lofts for over 100 years was home to a machine shop where machines for weaving textiles were designed and built. It features 80 brand new one and two-bedroom apartments that opened in September 2016.
This project opened in 2010 and was an adaptive re-use of an 1845 textile mill building adjacent to the Saco River falls in Biddeford. The Mill at Saco Falls features magnificent views of the Saco River and falls, and a short walk to both the Amtrak station on Saco Island and Biddeford's historic downtown.
Scheduled to break ground in fall 2021, Milliken Heights will bring 55 year-round, age 55+ households to the Old Orchard Beach Town Center. Residents will enjoy wi-fi, off-street parking, a community room, indoor bicycle storage, ocean views, easy access to the Town's commercial district, and electric heat pumps with air conditioning in each unit.
This project has 30 mixed-income apartments and 2,600 square feet of street-level retail space wrapped around an 80-car parking garage. The building site was a large surface parking lot on Exeter's main retail and commercial street, where mixed-use buildings had earlier stood for many years. The building opened in September 2007.
Scheduled to break ground in fall 2021, The Uptown is a multifacated development with new construction, adaptive reuse, rehab of existing housing, historic preservation, and commercial space. This downtown Bath project features 14 units in the historic Moses and Columbia Blocks connected to a new construction wing with 46 new apartments built on a vacant lot that housed a YMCA until its demolition in 2012.
This six story building opened in October 2006. Previously the site of an abandoned gas station near downtown, the project transformed the site and area around it. It also helped fulfill the city's objective to provide greater housing density rather than contribute to suburban sprawl. The project features 40 one and two bedroom mixed-income housing units. The building is the first in Maine built to Maine State Housing Authority's Green Building Standards.