2000-2019 Projects

53 Danforth Street

  • Year opened: 2009
  • Housing Units: 43 (35 one-bedroom, and 8 two-bedroom)
  • Type of Development: Mixed income rental housing
  • Developer: The Szanton Company
  • Total Development Cost: $8,506,714
  • City Contribution: $325,000 (HOME funds)
53 Danforth Street

58 BoyD Street

  • Under Construction
  • Housing Units: 55 (44 affordable units and 11 market rate units)
    • 23 efficiency units
    • 10 one-bedroom units
    • 13 two-bedroom units
    • 9 three-bedroom units
    • 37 units at 50% of the Area Median Income
    • 7 units at 60% of the Area Median Income
    • 10% will have a preference for homeless or disabled households
  • Type of Development: Mixed Income rental housing for families and individuals
  • Developer: Portland Housing Authority
  • Total Development Cost: $11,300,000
  • City Contribution: $200,000 (HOME funds), $30,000 (CDBG funds), and $2,144,566 (TIF)
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65 Munjoy Street

  • Year Opened: 2017
  • Housing Units: 8 Condominiums deed restricted to households earning up to 120% AMI
  • Type of Development: Individuals and Families
  • Developer: Adam's Apple, LLC
  • Total Cost of Development: $1,700,000
  • City Contribution: $175,000 (Housing Trust Fund)
65 Munjoy Street

178 Kennebec Street

  • Under Construction
  • Housing Units: 51 (40 affordable units and 11 market rate units)
    • 46 one-bedroom units, and 5 studio apartments
    • 16 units at 50% of the Area Median Income level
    • 24 unis at 60% of the Area Median Income level
  • Type of Development: Ages 55 or older
  • Developer: Maine Workforce Housing, LLC and The Szanton Company
  • City Contribution: $370,000 (HOME funds), and $2,889,164 (TIF)
178 Kennebec Street

409 Cumberland AVENUE

  • 409 Cumberland Avenue
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: 2015
  • Housing Units: 57 units  (46 affordable units and 11 market rate units)
  • Type of Development: Mixed income for Individuals and Family
  • Total Development Cost: $11,120,171
  • City Contribution: $500,000 (HOME funds), $759,392 (TIF)
409 Cumberland Aveneu

977 Brighton Avenue

  • Under Construction
  • Housing Units: 40 (34 affordable units and 6 market rate units)
    • 40 one-bedroom units
    • 24 units at 50% of the Area Median Income
    • 10 units at 60% of the Area Median Income
  • Type of Development: Ages 55 or older
  • Developer: Avesta Housing, Inc.
  • Total Development Cost: $7,100,000
  • City Contribution: $300,000 (Housing Trust Fund), and $1,954,486 (TIF)
977 Brighton Avenue

Adams School

  • Moody, Wilson, & Vesper Street
  • Year Opened: 2013
  • Housing Units: 16
  • Type of Development: Affordable homeownership units
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Total Development Cost:
  • City Contribution: $1,710,000 (Neighborhood Stabilization Program)
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Bayside East

  • 47 Smith Street, East Bayside
  • Year Opened: 2008
  • Housing Units: 20
  • Type of Development: 55 years +
  • Developer: PROP
  • Total Development Cost: $4,183,527
  • City Contribution: $250,000 (HOME funds)
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BAYSIDE ANCHOR

  • 81 East Oxford Street
  • Year Opened: 2017
  • Housing Units: 45 (36 affordable, 9 market rate)
  • Type of Development: Individuals and Families
  • Developer: Portland Housing Authority with Avesta Housing Development
  • Total Development Cost: $5,200,000
  • City Contribution: $500,000 (HOME)
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Brannigan House

  • 90 High Street
  • Year Opened: 2001
  • Housing Units: 10 units
  • 9 efficiency apartments
  • 1 two-bedroom apartment
  • Type of Development: Special needs housing
  • Developer: Shalom Housing, Inc., and Ninety High PL
  • Total Development Cost: $1,180,345
  • City Contribution: $93,000 (HOME funds)
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Carleton Street apartments

  • 27 Carleton Street
  • Housing Units: 37
  • Type of Development: Individuals and Families
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corp.
  • Total Development  Cost: $6,500,000
  • City Contribution: $$726,000 TIF
17 Carleton Street

Deering Place

  • 510 Cumberland Avenue, West End
  • Under Construction (includes rehabilitation of an existing mixed-use building)
  • Housing Units: 75 (45 affordable units and 30 market rate units)
    • 13 units at 40% of the Area Median Income
    • 32 units at 50% of the Area Median Income 
  • Type of Development: Mixed income rental housing for families and individuals
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Total Development Cost: $10,000,000
  • City Contribution: $500,000 (HOME funds) and $4,185,757 (TIF)
510 Cumberland (Deering Place)

Elm Terrace

  • 66-68 High Street
  • Year Opened: 2013
  • Housing Units: 38 affordable units (6 efficiency; 22 one-bedroom; 10 two-bedroom)
  • Developer: Community Housing of Maine (CHOM)
  • Total Development Cost: $10,555,769
  • City Contribution: $403,795 (HOME funds)
Elm Terrace

Fay Garman Senior Housing


  • 89 Central Avenue, Peaks Island
  • Developers: Volunteers of American, Northern New England
  • Year Opened: 2005
  • Housing Units: 12 units
    • 11 senior apartments
    • 1 manager apartment
  • Type of Development: Senior housing
  • Total Development Cost: $2,328,722
  • City Contribution: $150,000 (HOME funds)
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FLORENCE HOUSE

  • 190 Valley Street
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: 2010
  • Housing Units: 
    • 25 efficiency apartments
    • 15 safe-haven beds
    • 10-25 emergency shelter beds
  • Type of Development: Housing First
  • Total Development Cost: $7,900,000
  • City Contribution: $240,000 (HOME)
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Fore River Apartments


  • 63 Frederic Street
  • Developers: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: May 2006
  • Housing Units: 20 affordable units
    • 8 one-bedroom apartments
    • 12 two-bedroom apartments
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $3,915,606
  • City Contribution: $388,475 (HOME funds)
Fore River Apartments

Iris Park Apartments


  • 189 Park Avenue, Parkside
  • Developers: Iris Network
  • Year Opened: Summer 2006
  • Housing Units: 30 
  • 30 affordable units
  • 1 manager unit
  • Type of Developer: Housing for people with visual impairment
  • Total Development Cost: $4,756,989
  • City Contribution: $250,000 (Housing Development Fund)
Iris Park Apartments

Island View Apartments

  • 151 North Street, Munjoy Hill
  • Developers: Silver Street Development
  • Year Opened: 2002
  • Housing Units: 70 units (29 affordable units, 41 market-rate units)
    • 6 one-bedroom apartments
    • 21 two-bedroom apartments
    • 27 three-bedroom apartments
    • 16 three-bedroom townhomes
  • Type of Development: Family (54 apartments, 16 townhomes)
  • Total Development Cost: $10,627,614
  • City Contribution: $71,015 (HOME funds); $192,639 (Housing Development Fund); $136,346 (CDBG funds)
Island View Apartments

Logan Place

  • 52 Frederic Street, Libbytown
  • Developers: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: 2005
  • Housing Units: 30 affordable units
  • Type of Development: Single-room occupancy
  • Total Development Cost: $4,105,455
  • City Contribution: $435,000 (HOME funds)
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Motherhouse senior housing

  • 605 Stevens Avenue and Walton Street
  • Year Opened: 2018
  • Developer: Motherhous Associates LP and Sea Coast at Baxter Woods Associates, LLC
  • Housing Units: 88 (66 affordable unis and 22 market rate units) 
    • 68 efficiency apartments
    • 20 one-bedroom apartments 
  • Type of Development: Senior housing
  • Total Development Cost: $18,000,000
  • City Contribution: $627,223 (HOME)
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Oak Street Lofts

  • 72 Oak Street
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: 2012
  • Housing Units: 37 affordable units
  • Type of Development: Artist lofts
  • Total Development Cost: $4,600,000
  • City Contribution: $380,585 (Housing Trust Fund)
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Pearl Place Phase I & II

  • 210 Pearl Street
  • 184 Pearl Street
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: 2007/2013
  • Housing Units: 114 affordable units
  • Total Development Cost: $24,839,671
  • City Contribution: $827,000 (HOME funds) and $615,502 (TIF)
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Peninsula Community I, III

  • Bayside / East Bayside
  • Developers: PROP
  • Year Opened: 2003, spring 2006
  • Housing Units: 19 affordable units, 3 market-rate units
    • 127 Anderson St. - 6 three-bedroom apartments (spring 2006)
    • 133 Anderson St. - 3 three-bedroom apartments (2003)
    • 139 Cumberland Ave. - 2 two-bedroom apartments, two three-bedroom apartments (spring 2006)
    • 9 Greenleaf St. - 3 three-bedroom apartments (2003)
    • 49 Hanover St. - 3 three-bedroom apartments (2003)
    • 12 Monroe St. - 3 three-bedroom apartments
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $5,065,522
  • City Contribution: $500,000 (HOME funds)
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  • 73 Grant St. and 85 Grant St., Parkside
  • Developers: PROP
  • Year Opened: 2005
  • Housing Units: 16 affordable units
    • 8 two-bedroom apartments
    • 8 three-bedroom apartments
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $4,028,335
  • City Contribution: $307,700 (HOME funds)
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Rosa True School

  • 140 Park Street
  • Developer: Portland West
  • Rehabilitation Project: 2016
  • Housing Units: 8 affordable units
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: 
  • City Contribution: $149,500 (HOME)
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St. Dominic's Family Housing

  • 34 Gray St., West End
  • Developers: Portland West and PROP
  • Year Opened: 2004
  • Housing Units: 12 affordable units
    • 1 one-bedroom apartment
    • 5 two-bedroom apartments
    • 4 three-bedroom apartments
    • 2 four-bedroom apartments
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $3,534,891
  • City Contribution: $436,5000 (Housing Development Fund)
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Thomas Heights

  • 134 Washington Avenue
  • Developer: Avesta Housing Development Corp.
  • Year Opened: 2015
  • Housing Units: 18 efficiency apartments
  • Type of Development: Veterans, Individuals
  • Total Development Cost: $3,021,686
  • City Contribution: $522,448 (HOME), $207,116 (CDBG)
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Unity Village

  • 255 Cumberland Ave., Bayside
  • Developers: Richard Berman and Jim Hatch
  • Year Opened: 2000
  • Housing Units: 33 units (26 affordable units, 7 market-rate units)
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $5,124,660
  • City Contribution: $86,500 (HOME funds); $363,863 (CDBG funds)
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Valley Street Apartments

  • 315 Valley St., Parkside
  • Developers: Shalom House, Inc.
  • Year Opened: December 2006
  • Housing Units: 24 affordable units in 4 story building, and 1 single-family house
    • 21 one-bedroom apartments
    • 3 two-bedroom apartments
    • 1 six-bedroom single family home
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost $5,043,568
  • City Contribution: $320,000 (HOME funds)
Valley Street Apartments

Walker Terrace

  • 730 Congress St., West End
  • Developers: Maine Workforce Housing - Nathan Szanton and Robert Monks Jr.
  • Year Opened: Fall 2006
  • Housing Units: 22 affordable units, 18 market-rate units
    • 20 one-bedroom apartments
    • 20 two-bedroom apartments
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $8,468,744
  • City Contribution: $382,000 (HOME funds); $220,000 (Housing Development Fund)
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Wellesley Estates

  • 1838 Forest Ave., Riverton
  • Developers: Adam Mack, Adam Development Corporation
  • Year Opened: 2003
  • Housing Units: 45 units (19 affordable units, 26 market-rate units)
    • 27 two-bedroom apartments
    • 18 three-bedroom apartments
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $6,481,664
  • City Contribution: $256,000 (Housing Development Fund)
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Yale Court

  • 88 Yale St., North Deering
  • Developers: Michael Payson and Jim Westcott
  • Year Opened: 2003
  • Housing Units: 30 affordable units
    • 10 two-bedroom units
    • 20 three-bedroom units
  • Type of Development: Family
  • Total Development Cost: $5,751,517
  • City Contribution: $150,000 (HOME funds); $200,000 (CDBG funds)
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