East End

20 Melbourne Street

20 Melbourne Street is a three-story, seven-unit building of one and two bedroom apartments. Some of the units have shared balconies and some have gorgeous ocean views. A stone’s throw from the Eastern Promenade, this building offers an awesome location. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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MacArthur Gardens

The MacArthur Gardens is made up of seven two-story brick apartment buildings on the Eastern Promenade, Walnut Street and Montreal Street. Each building includes eight or nine small one-bedroom units with hardwood floors. Some of these units have ocean views; all are within easy walking distance to the water, as well as the tennis and basketball courts, playground, walking paths, and all the other great amenities of the Eastern Promenade. These apartments are all about location. Rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer. Card-op laundry is located in the basement of each building.

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West End

15 Bramhall Street

15 Bramhall Street is a three-story, ten-unit building of one and two bedroom apartments, located diagonally across from the Western Promenade and Maine Medical Center. The most unique aspect of 15 Bramhall is a beautiful shared garden/patio space behind the building. Rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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21 State Street

21 State Street is a 9-unit building on the corner of State and York Streets. The basement of the building now houses an apartment and utility rooms, but was used as a storefront at one point. See a photo of the building circa 1924 here. Some of the apartments are unique two-level lofts and several have views of Portland’s working harbor. Rents include heat, hot water, cooking gas, electricity, and water/sewer. 21 State Street was added to the PPM portfolio in February of 2015.

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59/61 Pine Street

59/61 Pine Street is a 12-room boarding house in the heart of the West End. See a photo of the building circa 1924 here. The building offers common areas, including a kitchen and three bathrooms. The rooms are charming, cozy and sunny. Rents include all utilities. 59 Pine Street was added to the PPM portfolio in July of 2015.

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60 Carleton Street

60 Carleton Street is a charming three-story, four-unit building of one bedroom apartments. Rents include heat, hot water, cooking gas (where applicable), and water/sewer. Residents have access to coin-op laundry at 137 Neal Street, which is located behind Carleton Street.

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89 Spruce Street

89 Spruce Street is a twelve-unit building. Rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer. Residents have access to coin-op laundry in the basement and limited off-street parking. The top-floor apartments at Spruce Street are unique, two-level townhouse style units. 89 Spruce Street was added to the PPM portfolio in October of 2014.

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90 Pine Street

90 Pine Street is a beautiful historic building of four one and two bedroom apartments—two on the first floor and two on the second floor. All the apartments have hardwood floors and lots of charming architectural details. Located in the heart of the West End Historic District, the building retains much of its Victorian aesthetic. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer, and each unit has a private washer/dryer.

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65 Pine Street

65 Pine Street, or the Thomas Edwards House, was built in 1924 by the architect John Calvin Stevens. There are five one-bedroom units; interestingly, the units number one through six, with number three mysteriously missing! Aside from one apartment, rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer, and each unit has a private washer/dryer. 65 Pine Street was added to the PPM portfolio in 2013.

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122/124 Brackett Street

122/124 Brackett Street is a three-story, six-unit building located across the street from Reiche Elementary School in the heart of the West End. The building was one of the earliest additions to PPM’s portfolio. The apartments are large two and three bedroom units that span the length of the building. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer, and each unit has a private washer/dryer.

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137/139 Neal Street

137 Neal Street is a three-story, 12-unit building located on a beautiful tree-lined street in the West End. The units are mostly one-bedroom units. All have hardwood floors. Rents include heat, hot water, cooking gas (where applicable), and water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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146/148 Clark Street

146/148 Clark Street is a charming three-story, seven-unit building located across the street from Reiche Elementary in the West End. Features of some of the apartments include hardwood floors, bay windows, and large kitchens. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. There is no on-site laundry, but the Soap Bubble is less than a block away.

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170/172 Clark Street

170/172 Clark Street is a three-story, six-unit building of one and two bedroom apartments. PPM took over management of the building in January of 2012 and has done significant renovations and improvements to the building and apartments since that time. Rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer, and each unit has a private washer/dryer.

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204/206 Spring Street

204/206 Spring Street is a lovely three-story, eight-unit brick building on the corner of Spring and Brackett in the West End. This building was one of the earliest acquisitions in PPM’s career. The building offers an array of incredibly unique and remarkable apartments. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the first floor entryway.

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279 Brackett Street

279 Brackett Street is a three-story, 14-unit building of studio, one and two bedrooms. Rents include all utilities. Residents of the building have access to the coin-op laundry at an adjacent building (285 Brackett Street).

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285 Brackett Street

285 Brackett Street is three-story, 12-unit building of one and two bedroom units. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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699 Congress Street

699 Congress Street is three-story, 6-unit building of studio, one and two bedroom units. See a photo of the building circa 1924 here. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. 699 Congress Street was added to the PPM portfolio in August of 2015.

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707 Congress Street

707 Congress Street is three-story, 4-unit building of studio, one and two bedroom units. See a photo of the building when it was a rooming house, circa 1924 here. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. 707 Congress Street was added to the PPM portfolio in August of 2015.

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Danforth Street

63 Danforth Street (Front)

The front building of 63 Danforth Street is charming three-story, five-unit building located where the West End and Downtown meet. Rents include heat, hot water, cooking gas (where applicable), and water/sewer. There is no on-site laundry, but there is a Laundromat less than a block away.

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63 Danforth Street (Rear)

The rear building of 63 Danforth Street is small three-story, three-unit brick building of two bedrooms located where the West End and Downtown meet. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer. There is no on-site laundry, but there is a Laundromat less than a block away.

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67/69 Danforth Street

67/69 Danforth Street is a four-story, seven-unit brick building located where the West End and Downtown meet. Rents include heat, hot water, cooking gas (where applicable), and water/sewer. There is no on-site laundry, but there is a Laundromat less than a block away.

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71/73 Danforth Street

71/73 Danforth Street is a three-story, seven-unit building located where the West End and Downtown meet. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer. There is no on-site laundry, but there is a Laundromat less than a block away.

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75/77 Danforth Street

75/77 Danforth Street is a three-story, 17-unit brick building located where the West End and Downtown meet. The apartments range from small studios to two bedrooms. Some offer water views over Commercial Street. Rents include all utilities. There is no on-site laundry, but there is a Laundromat less than a block away.

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77 Danforth Street (Rear)

The rear building of 77 Danforth Street is PPM’s sole ‘single family’ rental. This two-story, free-standing building is a three bedroom apartment all on its own. The living areas downstairs are spacious and the apartment has 2.5 bathrooms! There is one large master bedroom, and two additional very small bedrooms. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer.

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78 Danforth Street

78 Danforth Street is a three-story, eight-unit brick building of studio and one bedrooms located where the West End and Downtown meet. The apartments are all quite charming and unique. Some offer private decks with water views looking toward Commercial Street. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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Parkside

61, 63, 65, 69 Grant Street

61, 63 and 65 Grant appear to have been built simultaneously as a small complex with a courtyard in the middle of the three buildings. See three photos circa 1924 here. 69 Grant Street is an adjacent building; see a photo of 69 Grant Street circa 1924 here. Each of the 4 buildings houses six 550 to 600 square foot one-bedroom apartments. Rents include heat, hot water and cooking gas where applicable. 61, 63, 65 and 69 Grant Street were added to the PPM portfolio in 2016.

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72 Park Avenue

72 Park Avenue, or Park Place, is a three-story, 12-unit building of one bedroom units. These spacious units have hardwood floors, and some have great views of the park. Park Place is conveniently located near USM, as well as Deering Oaks Park, a 43-acre park with lots of great amenities. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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80 Grant Street

80 Grant Street is a three-story, 13-unit building of smaller one bedroom units. The apartments all have hardwood floors and gas stoves; at 400 square feet, they are cozy! The building is conveniently located near USM, as well as Deering Oaks Park, a 43-acre park with lots of great amenities. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer. There is no laundry on-site. 80 Grant Street was added to the PPM portfolio in late 2009.

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104 Grant Street

104 Grant Street is the location of the Port Property Management office.

123, 131 Sherman Street

123 and 131 Sherman Street at two buildings of 13 and 6 buildings respectively. The apartments at 123 Sherman Street are a mix of two and three bedrooms. The apartments at 131 Sherman Street are large 3 bedroom units, each spanning the length of the building. Rents at 123 Sherman Street include heat and hot water; tenants pay electricity. The building also offers coin-op laundry and trash removal. Rents at 131 Sherman Street include heat; tenants pay electricity and hot water. In the early 1900’s, a school house was located on the current parking lot between the two buildings; see a photo here. 123, 131 Sherman Street and the accompanying parking lot were added to the PPM portfolio in late 2015.

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125, 129, 133 Grant Street

125, 129 and 133 Grant Street are three buildings of 13, 19 and 19 units respectively. The locations is appealing given its proximity to USM, King Middle School and downtown. The apartments are sunny and well laid out. Each building offers coin-op laundry in the basement. Rents here include heat and hot water; residents simply pay electricity. See a photo of 125 Grant Street circa 1924 here. 125, 129 and 133 Grant Street were added to the PPM portfolio in late 2015.

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128/130 Grant Street

128/130 Grant Street is a three-story, six-unit building of two bedroom units. All but two of the units have private decks—a rare find in Portland. The building is conveniently located near USM, as well as Deering Oaks Park, a 43-acre park with lots of great amenities. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer, and each unit has a private washer/dryer, or washer/dryer hook-ups. 128/130 Grant Street was added to the PPM portfolio in 2009.

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142 Park Avenue

142 Park Avenue is a three-story, 12-unit building of two bedroom units. The apartments are well laid out and updated, with custom cabinetry and granite countertops. The building is conveniently located near USM, as well as Deering Oaks Park, a 43-acre park with lots of great amenities. Residents here pay their own utilities, aside from water/sewer. See a photo of the building circa 1924 here. 142 Park Avenue was added to the PPM portfolio in July 2015.

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157/159 Grant Street

157/159 Grant Street is three-story, 26-unit building of one and two bedroom units. Most have hardwood floors, and many have dishwashers. The building is conveniently located near USM, as well as Deering Oaks Park, a 43-acre park with lots of great amenities. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer, as well as trash & recycling removal. Coin-op laundry is located in the basement.

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286/288 State Street

286/288 State Street is a lovely three-story, 26-unit brick building of one and two bedroom units. Most have hardwood floors, and some have great views of the park. In its early days, PPM’s home office was located in the basement of the building. 286 State is conveniently located near USM, as well as Deering Oaks Park, a 43-acre park with lots of great amenities. Rents include heat, hot water, cooking gas (where applicable), and water/sewer, as well as trash & recycling removal. Card-op laundry is located in the basement.

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Downtown

18 Casco Street – The Shepley

The Shepley is a six-story, 62-unit apartment building that was previously a hotel. Check out a picture of the building in 1924. The apartments are a mix of small to large studios, small to large one bedrooms and a few two bedrooms. Rents include heat, hot water, electric, water/sewer and cooking gas (where applicable). Residents have access to coin-op laundry, trash/recycling removal and free basic WiFi. Some of the top floor apartments have amazing views of Portland’s Back Bay.

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30 Preble Street – The Wadsworth

The Wadsworth is a six-story, 64-unit apartment building that was previously a hotel. In September 2013, Portland magazine published an article on the Morocco Lounge, which was located in the lobby of the former Wadsworth Hotel. You can see two old pictures of 30 Preble Street on The Maine Historical Society website: one circa 1907, and another circa 1912 showing the Flaherty & McCabe furniture store occupying the space where you will find Dutch’s today.The apartments today are a mix of small to large studios, small to large one bedrooms, and two bedrooms. Rents include heat, hot water, electric, water/sewer and cooking gas (where applicable). Residents have access to coin-op laundry, trash/recycling removal and free basic WiFi. Almost all of the apartments have hardwood floors, soaring high ceilings and large windows.

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37 Casco Street – The Ambassador

The Ambassador is a six-story (seven including the basement level), 86-unit apartment building. According to the Maine Historical Society, the location was a combination of apartments and stores that were demolished in 1924; the current building was then constructed and called “Ambassador Apartments.” Check out a photo of the building circa 1924. The building consists almost exclusively of roughly 300 square foot studio apartments. Rents include heat, hot water, electric, water/sewer and cooking gas. Residents have access to coin-op laundry and trash/recycling removal. 37 Casco Street was added to the PPM portfolio in 2016.

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341 Cumberland Avenue – The Earl

The Earl, most likely built in 1910, is a former lodge hall, owned in 1924 by the Pythian Temple Association, according to the Maine Historical Society; check out an assessment and picture circa 1924. There are 29 units in the five-story building: a combination of studio, loft and one bedroom apartments, as well as one two-bedroom unit. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer, as well as access to coin-op laundry and trash/recycling removal. Most of the apartments have an open-concept style. The five modern loft apartments on the first floor were built on top of an old basketball court.

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439 Congress Street – The Metropolitan

The Metropolitan housed the L.W. Cleveland Co. during the early 1920s, which was a leader in electrical contracting. There are 81 units in the six-story building: a combination of studios and one bedroom apartments, in addition to four commercial tenants on the first floor. With one exception, rents at 439 Congress Street include heat, hot water, and water/sewer, as well as access to coin-op laundry and trash/recycling removal. There is a locked bike room on-site and free basic WiFi available to residents. All the apartments have hardwood floors and many have charming, historic features.

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46 Market Street

46 Market Street is located in the heart of the Old Port. The building has five residential units and one large commercial unit. Interestingly, the building is accessed via a separate building on Exchange Street; the two buildings are connected by a short breezeway. PPM’s renovation of 46 Market Street was extensive and took over a year to accomplish. The apartments were all built new, but their historic charm remains. Huge windows offer great people watching and some views of the pier. The units were all outfitted with high-end cabinetry and appliances, granite countertops, tile showers with glass semi-frame-less doors, as well as washer/dryer units, dishwashers and super efficient, “mini-split” heat and cooling systems. The commercial unit encompasses the basement and first floor of the building and is the previous location of Squire Morgan’s and Molly Malone’s. 46 Market Street was added to the PPM portfolio in 2013.

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638 Congress Street – The Lafayette

The Lafeyette, built in 1903, is a former hotel with a long and interesting history. According to the Maine Historical Society (MHS), the luxury hotel was converted to an apartment building in the 1960s. There are 101 units in the seven-story building: a combination of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, in addition to eight commercial tenants on the first floor. Rents include heat, hot water, and water/sewer, and some also include electric. Residents have access to card-op laundry and trash/recycling removal. The Lafayette is a “Low Income Housing Tax Credit” (LIHTC) property; 73% of the apartments are income-limited; the others are market rate. You can see two old pictures of 638 Congress Street on The MHS website: one circa 1907, and another circa 1950. 638 Congress Street was added to the PPM portfolio in February 2012.

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Woodfords/Deering

 55 William Street

55 William Street is a three-story, 12-unit building of charming one-bedroom apartments. Rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer, and residents have access to coin-op laundry in the basement. There is no parking lot, but there is ample street parking in the area. All apartments have hardwood floors and are notably bright and sunny.

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 139 William Street

139 William Street is a beautiful Victorian building made up of eight units, some of which are large two bedroom, two bathroom apartments, many with private decks. Rents include heat, hot water, water/sewer, and limited off-street parking. Residents have access to coin-op laundry and storage lockers in the basement. William Street is among three adjacent streets named after William Pitt Fessenden, who was a politician in Maine in the 1800’s. 139 William Street was added to the PPM portfolio in October of 2014.

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202 Dartmouth Street

202 Dartmouth Street is a twelve-unit building of one and two-bedroom units. Rents include heat, hot water, water/sewer, and limited off-street parking. 202 Dartmouth Street was added to the PPM portfolio in October of 2014.

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South Portland

Burnham Street Apartments

The Burnham Street is a complex of three 12-unit buildings and one eight-unit building. The apartments are a mix of one and two bedrooms. Rents include hot water and water/sewer. All units are outfitted with energy-efficient Rinnai heaters. There is limited off-street parking with two-car tandem spots. There is shared coin-op laundry in two of the buildings. Many of the apartments have private decks, and all have been updated with new kitchen and baths in the last three years. The complex is within a quarter mile of South Portland’s Greenbelt Walkway.

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Mill Company Garden Apartments

Mill Company Gardens is a complex of 24 four-unit buildings. The apartments are all one bedroom apartments. Residents pay all their own utilities. There is limited off-street parking with one spot per unit, along with the possibility of renting a 2nd spot. Each unit has a private washer/dryer. The complex is located right next to South Portland’s Greenbelt Walkway, and very close to the Mill Creek Park and shopping plaza.

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11 Hoyt Street Apartments

11 Hoyt Street is a 12-unit building of mostly two-bedrooms, with some one-bedrooms. The building is in a quiet neighborhood, set back from the street up a tree-lined driveway. All Hoyt Street apartments have been completely remodeled and feature hardwood floors, brand-new kitchens, and efficiency washer-dryer combos. All upper-level (middle and top floor) apartments feature small private balconies. Each apartment comes with one or two assigned off-street parking spots. 11 Hoyt Street was added to the PPM portfolio in February 2015.

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West Bayside

117 Preble Street

117 Preble Street is a six-story loft building that was built in 1927-1928 as the home for the Schlotterbeck and Foss Company and has been recently updated. The building is distinguished by its use of a reinforced concrete frame with buff brick walls and cast stone ornament. Art Deco style detailing is incorporated into the main entrance and the tops of the concrete columns that support the exterior walls of the building. Masonry and concrete have been repaired and cleaned while all windows have been replaced with historically appropriate modern equivalents. The new residential lobby on the south side of the building has been designed in a distinctly modern style that complements and accentuates the historic nature of the property.

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105 Forest Avenue

105 Forest Avenue is a nine-unit building made up of seven residential and two commercial units. Most rents include heat, hot water, water/sewer and a parking spot. The building forms the corner of Forest Avenue and Portland Street; the rounded corner of the building was purportedly built that way to accommodate horse carriages going around the building. 105 Forest Avenue was added to the PPM portfolio in October of 2014.

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19 Parris Street

19 Parris Street is a charming nine-unit building of smaller one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Rents include heat, hot water and water/sewer. Residents have access to coin-op laundry and storage lockers in the basement. 19 Parris Street was added to the PPM portfolio in October of 2014.

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