MEREDA’s Morning Menu Breakfast Event – Defining Quality of Place: How Community Development Drives Real Estate and Business Investment in Maine

BreakfastLogoStudies have pointed to “Quality of Place” as a top selling point for Maine real estate and business development, but how do we create and maintain compelling messages about real estate value in Maine’s small cities and towns along the coast and I-95?

Make plans to join the Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) on November 13 from 7:00 – 9:00 AM at Gardiner’s newly renovated Johnson Hall Performing Arts Center for a discussion with real estate developers, political leaders, and local economy experts as we explore how community development stimulates market activity, property development opportunities, and demand for Maine real estate.

Invited guests include Senator Roger Katz, Representative Gay Grant, Kevin Mattson of Mattson Development, and Nate Rudy, City of Gardiner.

For more information and to register, click here.

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