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MEREDA Makes News.

Maine newspapers and radio and television stations, as well as national publications like The Wall Street Journal, seek out MEREDA leaders for comments on issues of concern to the commercial real estate industry. Check out some recent recent articles and news releases below

The Right Equation for Responsible Development: Spotlight on Bill & Joan Alfond Main Street Commons

In multi-part series, exclusive to the Maine Real Estate Insider, we’ll provide an up-close look at the most notable commercial development projects of the past year that are helping to fuel Maine’s economy in terms of investment and job creation.  MEREDA is proud to recognize responsible development based upon criteria including environmental sustainability, economic impact,Read More

Maine Real Estate & Development Association Recognizes Retiring Board Member

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) has announced that Brian Curley, AIA, LEED AP, president of CHA Architecture (formally PDT Architects) has retired from MEREDA’s Board of Directors after 8 years of service. In addition to serving as one of MEREDA’s vice presidents since 2015, he has also been co-chair of the ConferenceRead More

MEREDA’s Year in Review 2018 -2019

Since its inception, MEREDA has continued to make progress on behalf of the development community addressing the challenges and issues relating to Maine’s real estate activities.  MEREDA’s strength has always come from the support and participation of its valued members. While we look forward to the beginning of a new fiscal year, it is importantRead More

Maine Real Estate & Development Association Announces 2019-20 Officers

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) is pleased to announce its 2019-20 slate of officers, which include Bruce Jones of Creative Office Pavilion and Josh Fifield of Clark Insurance serving as Vice Presidents, Mark Stasium of Camden National Bank as Treasurer, and Bill Shanahan of Northern New England Housing Investment Fund as AssistantRead More

Maine Real Estate & Development Association Announces 2019-20 Officers

The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) is pleased to announce its 2019-20 slate of officers, which include Bruce Jones of Creative Office Pavilion and Josh Fifield of Clark Insurance serving as Vice Presidents, Mark Stasium of Camden National Bank as Treasurer, and Bill Shanahan of Northern New England Housing Investment Fund as AssistantRead More

The Evolution of Retail Ownership

By John Meador, Associate Broker, The Boulos Company The consumer retail sector continues to strategize around how to reposition physical stores to offset the growing demand of online shoppers. Many experts suggest that retailers have figured it out—companies understand the necessary steps to create a profitable retail experience. This strategy, however, could just be delayingRead More

Longtime Board Members to Retire from Real Estate Organization

Two Maine Real Estate & Development Association Board Members Set to Retire after 16 Years of Service Peter Merrill, Deputy Director of MaineHousing will retire from the Maine Real Estate & Development Association’s (MEREDA’s) Board of Directors at the end of the month after 16 years of service.  MEREDA recognized Peter in 2018 with itsRead More

The Right Equation for Responsible Development: Spotlight on Riverview Terrace Apartments

In multi-part series, exclusive to the Maine Real Estate Insider, we’ll provide an up-close look at the most notable commercial development projects of the past year that are helping to fuel Maine’s economy in terms of investment and job creation.  MEREDA is proud to recognize responsible development based upon criteria including environmental sustainability, economic impact,Read More

Environmental Liability of Former Dry Cleaner Properties

Modern dry cleaning operations today follow strict rules to ensure that the common dry cleaning chemical tetrachloroethene (PCE) is properly managed and disposed of. However, from the 1930s when PCE was first used until the early 1980s, the environmental risks of PCE were not known and essentially had no regulatory requirements for handling and disposal.