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177 Water St.
For the last two years, Gardiner’s Co-working space, known as the CoLab has been offering small businesses and non-profits big office amenities with limited overhead. All members of the CoLab benefit from shared Wi-fi, a professional color printer/copier, a mailing address, and access to meeting space. Moreover, the spirit of collaboration bleeds into the work of creative and forward thinking professionals who benefit from chance encounters with like minded members of the community in an inspiring, comfortable 3rd floor loft office space overlooking historic water street and Gardiner’s Waterfront Park. The mission of the Water Street facility is a shared resource for small businesses or individuals to be able to work together harmoniously while allowing each other to prosper and grow.
“CoLab really captures the essence of creativity in Gardiner,” says Patrick Wright, director of Gardiner Main Street. Gardiner Main Street has been using the CoLab as its headquarters since its inception, and recently took the reins of the effort. “It’s a great option for someone currently working out of a home office to show a professional face to the world at an affordable price.” By not having the burden of being responsible for equipment and maintenance, Colab’s tenants have more time to focus on their own work.
Artist in residence Robert Saunders’ art graces the brick clad interior of the space, which includes both a formal conference room and a less formal meeting space, complete with comfy chairs.
Colab is currently seeking to fill two 150 ft2 private office spaces at the monthly membership rate of $400, available immediately. Another affordable option for those not needing a private room is to rent ‘drop in’ shared desk space in the common area, for $50 a month. Both of these options of membership include the shared amenities mentioned above. The conference area is also available to non-members for up to four hours for $25. (207)582-3100
19-unit apartment complex located in the heart of Gardiner. The property sits on 0.35± AC and includes ample on-site parking for its residents. The units consists of a mix of fourteen one-bedroom units, three two-bedroom units and two efficiency units. It is well maintained with a good rental history.
Contact Chris Paszyc, CCIM, 207.772.1333, firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian Berube, 207.772.1333, email@example.com
Land pricing is based on $0.75/square foot of developable land, for lots in the phase I area. Lot prices in the phase I area range from $79,200 to $224,400.
Lots are priced at $0.99/per developable square foot for land in the phase II expansion area. Lots can be combined, if necessary.
• 260 acres
• 28 original lots
• Designated a TIF Zone
• Designated a Pine Tree Development Zone (PTDZ)
• All lots have water, sewer, electric utilities, and communications infrastructure
• All lots have been pre-permitted by State & Federal regulatory agencies
286 Water Street, Gardiner
316-318 Water St., Gardiner
Built in 1860, fabulous layout w/ rentals above. Character & charm galore – brick sidewalks, lg windows for displays, corner lot & crown molding. You’ll be a huge success here. Reap the benefits of the waterfront revitalization project.
405 Water Street, Gardiner
Area Leasing & Development, 207.582.2659.