St. John Street in Portland has emerged as a business district with a range of r
St. John Street in Portland has emerged as a business district with a range of retail operations and an assortment of occupied office space, all without the benefit of city initiatives. Accessibility and parking are touted as key to the area's viability as a business district, but other qualities are at work that draw a clientele from throughout the city. Most of the businesses at Union Station Plaza are generating income, and the First Atlantic Building is near capacity. Sea Dogs fans traverse the area before and after games at nearby Hadlock Field, and the proposed train station could bring more people into the St. John Street corridor. Details.
Portland -- Streets
Sutherland, Scott, "St. John Street in Portland has emerged as a business district with a range of r" (1996). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 1115.
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