Posts Categorized: Neighborhood

Pandora winter light installation in Lincoln Park

UPDATE (12/8/17) – Lincoln Park is now adorned with lights!   At precisely 5:30 PM on Wednesday, December 6, Portland artist Pandora LaCasse will flip the switch to activate the latest of her brilliant seasonal light installations, bringing nighttime illumination to Lincoln Park‘s trees and paths for the first time ever! Learn more about the installation at Lights in Lincoln Park. More about Pandora’s work, such at the Longfellow Square detail image seen here can be found at The light installation […]

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Join us Thursday to Imagine Portland!

It’s a wonderful feeling to wake up every day and be in love with the place you live. Portland is an amazing city, and we don’t take this for granted. Instead, we continually seek out ways to engage with others and make it even better. Building high-quality urban condos is a piece of what we do, but our true calling is building community. This is why we partner with organizations such as The Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce to dream […]

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PRINT—the new bookstore in the India Street neighborhood

We welcome the latest addition (or shall we say “edition”?) to the East End neighborhood—PRINT: A Bookstore. Located at the intersection of Congress and India Streets. The grand opening is at 7 PM on December 3rd. Owned by Emily Russo (yes, Pulitzer Prize winning author, Richard Russo, is her father) and Josh Christie, who worked with Sherman’s family-owned bookstores—Mainers who have been a part of the book businesses since very early ages. Russo has returned to Maine after living in Brooklyn. PRINT is […]

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Holiday Happenings in the neighborhood

Friday, December 2 Tonight is the last First Friday Arts Walk of the year and it includes some special events: Portland Ballet will perform excerpts from the Victorian Nutcracker in the windows of the Portland Public Library The tree will be lit at the Portland Museum of Art Maine College of Art will hold their annual Holiday Sale For more information to help you plan your evening stroll, visit Saturday, December 3 Grand opening of PRINT: A Bookstore, at the intersection of Congress […]

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Cloudport—the new co-working space in the India Street neighborhood

As we continue our efforts to build community, we’re thrilled to see like-minded organizations pop up in the neighborhood. This includes Cloudport, which opened its doors on September 19 and is already offering business space to the likes of MCED and ETech. Located at 63 Federal St. in the India Street Neighborhood, Cloudport is just three blocks away from Luminato. We were lucky enough to enjoy a sneak peak – and, wow, is this place both hip and functional. Talk […]

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A vision beyond building condos; we aim to build community

What a big week here at Luminato! The Landry French team began to pour the foundation and we installed 15 banners featuring photos of Portland Ballet dancers along our building site on Franklin Street. Taken by local photographer Jonathan Reece, these images create a visually compelling space, rather than a typical construction-site eyesore. The photos are part of  Discover Portland Ballet, a collaboration between Portland Ballet and Reece that began in 2013 as a passionate ode to both the city and the performing […]

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Sep 15th Shipyard fundraiser for Lincoln Park

Shipyard is throwing a party in its newly expanded tasting room and it’s a benefit for Lincoln Park. Win-win! Tickets are $20 each and will net you two ten-ounce pours, tasty nibbles, a little music, and good time. Proceeds will be put towards the restoration of Lincoln Park. The Shipyard tasting room is in the brewery at 88 Newbury Street, just a block from Luminato. Thursday, September 15th from 5:30-7:30pm Order your tickets and check out the tasting room at Shipyard’s […]

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A day in the life of a Luminato resident

Condo seekers have a new option in Portland. Situated in the East End, just a stone’s throw from the Old Port, Luminato offers residents the benefits of city living and Maine’s natural beauty. Its open living spaces, soaring ceilings, huge windows, and meticulous design set a new standard for an urban lifestyle in Maine. If you aspire to live, work and play in Portland, here’s how your typical day might unfold: 6:30 AM – Rise and shine It’s a beautiful Maine […]

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Clearing the site for Luminato to rise

Luminato is underway! The building site at the corner of Newbury and Franklin Streets has been cleared to make way for a new residential community. Several unique elements of the existing homes were removed and shared with a family that grew up in this home. Then, the Portland Fire Department used the buildings, uninhabitable for a long time, for training drills. Demolition marks the first phase of the construction of Luminato, and the commencement of Phase Two of sales of new homes. Seven of 24 […]

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First TEMPOart Installation Announced

TEMPOart, a new public art program that will feature a variety of curated artworks in public “Places of Transition” throughout Portland will present its inaugural installation in Lincoln Park, just a block from Luminato. To be installed this June for approximately one year, the first piece by artist Judith Hoffman aims to engage audiences in the important conversations about Portland’s history and future. Luminato residents will enjoy Judith’s artwork from their homes, as huge windows in every unit overlooks Lincoln […]

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