Throughout its existence, downtown Old Town has been the center of community activity, and this is still true today. Our downtown is a mix of historic architecture and open spaces along the riverfront scattered with some more modern, New England-style construction.
Many exciting new building projects have just completed, are underway, or have been announced for Downtown Old Town. Over the past 10 years, business and property owners have invested over 10 million in new construction and renovation projects. Additionally, the City recently constructed a new state-of-the-art City Hall building to better serve the community.
There are a number of programs available to help new and existing businesses with downtown development, including the UDAG fund and the newly created Revolving Loan Fund. Old-Town.org. Additionally, the Old Town Development LLC serves as a forum for business owners and City officials to work together to tackle local issues. The group's mission is to retain and expand existing businesses, attract new niche retailers, enhance visibility through events and marketing, and increase the number of residential housing units.
Downtown Old Town is a great place to invest, and there are a number of commercial and residential properties available with scenic views of the river and easy access to downtown amenities.
With approximately 30 lots available, Old Town's 160 acre Energy and Enterprise Park poses an exciting opportunity for new businesses in the trucking industry sector as well as an opportunity to take advantage of research and development partnerships with the University of Maine.
K.B. Corporation is a distribution company that ships bulk forest products and waste materials throughout all of New England, and the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick. They have invested $70,000 in the site to date, and are in the planning stages for an expansion.
|General Use||Land For Sale|
|Special Districs||Pine Tree Development Zone|
|Total Property Acres||160|
|Total Building SF||N/A|
|Land For Sale/Lease||31 lots ranging from 1.5 acres to 6 acres|
|Has 3 Phase Power||Yes|
|Has Rail Access||No|
|Proximity to Bangor International Airport||15 Miles|
|Proximity to Portland Jetport||150 Miles|
|Proximity to I-95||5.5 Miles|
Old Town's Energy and Enterprise Park also offers an excellent opportunity for research and development partnerships with the University of Maine. With a planned access road that will provide a direct route from the Park to the University's 'Hilltop' area, the Park is well poised to support emerging opportunities from the University campus.
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