Thanks for the info!Flooding is never -THAT- bad. Most water comes into the neighborhood via storm drains and natural accumulation. The Prebble st. extension near Hannaford isn't actually the most flood-prone area (although it does flood sometimes) The soccer fields between 295 and Back Cove also flood regularly now. The most frequent temporary lakes in Bayside are usually along Somerset near Whole Foods and Marginal Way near World Gym / UHaul.
How many sq. ft. of parking does 1CC have?View attachment 31918
394,000 sq. ft of retail and commercial space? Am I reading that right??? Surely they must mean 39,400? Maybe that number includes existing commercial that will remain?
That's a gargantuan amount of commercial space...
One City Center is 215,000 sq. ft. of retail and office
The Forest Ave. Hannaford is 72,000 Sq. Ft
Aren't they the ones building 52 Hanover? Or is Tom Watson doing it under a different entity?I believe Port Property is only a property management company. They don't have a portfolio of developed properties? I do think they are smart buying up these Bayside properties though. No matter what they build they will make a hefty profit. Bayside has a great future for both living and working. There is very little available in the Portland area real estate listings--nearly all that are, are seemingly overpriced. Portland is on fire, and I don't mean the 1866 kind.