Mixed-use Northern New England Topping Off

Topping-Off Held for Maine’s Tallest Building

201 Federal Street, Portland, Maine

Portland, ME – On Oct. 27, Landry/French Construction held a topping-off ceremony for a new 263-unit apartment building located on the corner of Temple and Federal Streets in downtown Portland. The new 201 foot, 18-story building will become the tallest building in Maine, passing Franklin Towers, a 175 foot, 16-story public housing project.

201 Federal Street topping-off

The new 180,000sf mixed-use property, developed by Redfern Properties, will provide housing in downtown Portland. The building, located at 201 Federal Street, will include 263 market-rate apartments with 27 of them designated as workforce housing, with rent caps pegged to 100% of the city’s median income. The first floor will include retail space.

The design team includes Ryan Senatore Architects, Acorn Engineering, and Structural Integrity. Landry/French is serving as the construction manager on the $64 million project, which is scheduled to be complete in the fall of 2023.