2016-11-24 / News

On the way?



This banner promoting the Lincoln Mill redevelopment project on Lincoln Street in Biddeford went up Dec. 4, 2015, after the project was first announced at the end of 2014. According to Director of Code Enforcement Roby Fecteau, no building permits have yet been applied for. “We still have fairly active discussions with the owner of the property,” said City Manager Jim Bennett. “It’s an ambitious project,” said developer Tim Harrington. “We’ve done some work, but I think the full gear-up will happen after early spring.” Harrington said he does not see the slow-coming of the project as a delay. “It gets better every month,” Harrington said. According to Harrington, the market continues to improve and he continues to make tweaks to the development. Harrington explicitly rejects talk of the development not happening. “I own it already. It’s happening,” Harrington said. (Anthony Aloisio photo) This banner promoting the Lincoln Mill redevelopment project on Lincoln Street in Biddeford went up Dec. 4, 2015, after the project was first announced at the end of 2014. According to Director of Code Enforcement Roby Fecteau, no building permits have yet been applied for. “We still have fairly active discussions with the owner of the property,” said City Manager Jim Bennett. “It’s an ambitious project,” said developer Tim Harrington. “We’ve done some work, but I think the full gear-up will happen after early spring.” Harrington said he does not see the slow-coming of the project as a delay. “It gets better every month,” Harrington said. According to Harrington, the market continues to improve and he continues to make tweaks to the development. Harrington explicitly rejects talk of the development not happening. “I own it already. It’s happening,” Harrington said. (Anthony Aloisio photo)

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