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About 537 Congress St Portland, ME 04101
An authentic landmark, listed on the National Register of historic places, the J.B. Brown building is located at 537 Congress Street. Built in the Queen Ann style, features include asymmetrical facade, irregular surface texture, elaborately decorated gables, and buttresses. The exterior has been renovated in the spirit of the 19th century but with sensitivity to the modern needs of today. While the building retains the essence of the past, new elevators, windows, heating, air conditioning and energy efficient heat pumps with individual controls have been installed. Over 60,000 SF of office, retail space, and residential condos, are divided on five floors. Situated in the heart of Downtown Portland and directly across from The Maine College of Art. This one bedroom, one bath unit has 730 square feet. The living room is finished with wood floors, high ceilings, and over-sized windows that provide fantastic sunlight into the unit. This is an open concept kitchen with granite counter tops and new appliances. Large closets and available storage room in the basement along with bicycle parking on the ground floor.. Surface parking is available for $105/month. Please contact Crystal Auger (207-400-3458) for more information.
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Downtown Portland is a historic, coastal town with a working waterfront, museums, award-winning restaurants, hundreds of shops, and everything in between. Downtown Portland’s community is proud of its funky, unique vibe and hard-working locals. There are a plentitude of incredible bars, restaurants, and shops to explore downtown that are a blend of locally owned and national chains. Local breweries like Rising Tide and Shipyard are popular with Maine locals.
The Eastern Promenade is the largest stretch of grassy space on the harbor that offers scenic walking paths, sports areas, boat ramps, piers, and a dog-friendly public beach called East End Beach. Walk, hike, or bike on Bayside Trail with your dog and enjoy incredible views of the sea. The Portland Museum of Art and the State Theatre are must-visit locations downtown. And don’t forget to tour the Victoria Mansion, a 19th century Italian-style villa.