Click here to view original web page at Auburn McDonald’s to spend $300,000 to remodel; Lewiston OKs 35 apartments
This week the Buzz is building and McModifying.
The McDonald’s at 138 Center St. in Auburn is undergoing a $300,000 interior renovation, according to a new city building permit.
Poulin Construction is doing the work for property owner Eben Corp.
According to the permit, the work will include remodeling the dining room, restrooms, front counter area and installing self-order kiosks. It’ll start in January and last four weeks.
Two other commercial permits issued by Auburn in October: a $300,000 project at 225 First Flight Drive to Bowie Properties LLC to turn warehouse space into a grow area and a $1,000,000 project at 296 Gracelawn Road for a new public works truck wash and warm storage building.
Public Works Director Dan Goyette said that project started this summer, in stages, and he hopes to see it wrap at the end of the month.Before the new space, he said trucks were washed outside most of the time and there wasn’t enough under-roof or warm building space for their large assortment of vehicles. New Lewiston housing project is a go The Lewiston Planning Board unanimously approved the development review and subdivision plan for 35 apartment units at 111 Blake St. and 82 Pine St. at its meeting last week, according to City Planner Doug Greene.“We are targeting spring of next year (to break ground),” said Catherine Elliott, a development officer with Avesta Housing, which is consulting on the project for Community Concepts.Community Concepts will own the building when it’s finished.Elliott said they hope to have the […]