"Focus on Building & Real Estate" piece on Stephen Goodrich, 50, CEO of Portland
"Focus on Building & Real Estate" piece on Stephen Goodrich, 50, CEO of Portland-based credit card payment processor PowerPlay. He is the new owner of the former Portland Public Market building, which he purchased for $340,000 as headquarters for his company. Other real estate purchases include Riverdam Millyard in Biddeford; 28 Stroudwater St. in Westbrook; 409 Cumberland Ave. and 24 Preble St. in Portland; and 116 Pleasant Hill Rd. in Scarborough, the offices of his company Market Fresh Produce. He grew up on a Gorham farm and also owns Bluefield Organic Farms in Florida. A market tax credit administered by Coastal Enterprises Inc. will reduce the $4 million cost of renovating the public market building by 30 percent. One of the first buildings Goodrich owned and renovated was the 1866 Tracy-Causer building in Portland. He will try to pursue LEED Gold certification for the public market project.
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Donnelly, Sara, ""Focus on Building & Real Estate" piece on Stephen Goodrich, 50, CEO of Portland" (2009). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 4812.
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