Newly constructed in June of 2017, 65 Munjoy Condominium is a three-story, walk-up building offering 8 high-quality, and amenity rich units in a range of 1, 2 and 3-bedrooms. 65 Munjoy presents the best of modern design and materials while respecting the traditional architectural forms, organization and massing that characterize Portland’s Munjoy Hill.
65 Munjoy is a unique and innovative response to Portland’s need for quality, efficient, ownership housing that is attainable by middle-income buyers. While the high quality and amenity rich units at 65 Munjoy appeal to buyers at any segment in the market, they were offered at reduced price points and made available exclusively to middle-income households.
The developers of 65 Munjoy have a strong professional commitment to support local business to the highest degree possible. From private equity and bank financing, to design and engineering services, to construction materials and labor; the goods and services that it took to create 65 Munjoy were sourced locally. As a result, dozens of Portland and Southern Maine based firms benefited from over $2MM in quality contracts for goods and services.
65 Munjoy Condominium is a partnership between local Portland Developers Ethan Boxer-Macomber of Anew Development and Peter Bass of Random Orbit who, in 2014, having grown tired of a lack of housing options for middle-income Portlanders, decided it was time to take action. The project would not have been possible without the generous support of and partnership with the City of Portland, the Portland Housing Authority, and the Greater Portland Council of Governments.
65 Munjoy is living proof that the best projects start with the best teams. The architectural design of 65 Munjoy was created by Evan Carroll and his expert team at Bild Architecture. Civil and Environmental Engineering were by John Mahoney and Peter Sherr at Ransom Consulting. Landscape Design was by Peter Burke, Landscape Architect. Sales and Marketing counsel were provided by Rita Yarnold of Bay Realty and Elise Loschiavo of the Vitalius Real Estate Group. Gorham Saving Bank and Sr. VP Karl Suchecki provided construction financing. The project was flawlessly executed and delivered well under budget and ahead of schedule by the whole team at Wright Ryan Construction.
65 Munjoy demonstrates the power of possibilities when a project is developed by and for the community.