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36 Exchange Street, Portland, ME

53 Exchange Street, Portland, ME

97A Exchange Street, Portland, ME

Centervale Farm, Scarborough, ME

100 Research Drive, Wilmington, MA

Audubon Commerce Center, Wakefield, MA

Atlantic Place Commerce Center, South Portland, ME

24 City Center, Portland, ME

44 Exchange Street, Portland, ME

472 Forest Avenue, Portland, ME

468 Forest Avenue, Portland, ME

178 Middle Street, Portland, ME

45 Exchange Street, Portland, ME

49 Exchange Street, Portland, ME

The Park at 100 Foden Road, South Portland, ME

100 Arboretum Drive, Newington, NH

121 Middle Street, Portland, ME

One Union Street, Portland, ME

415 Congress Street, Portland, ME

50 Monument Square, Portland, ME

57 Exchange Street, Portland, ME




234 Ballardvale St., Wilmington, MA

10 Industrial Drive, Chelmsford, MA

33 Upton Drive, Wilmington, MA 

900 Middlesex Turnpike, Billerica, MA

267 Lowell Road, Hudson, NH

900 Middlesex Turnpike Building 6, Billerica, MA

3/5 Carlisle Road, Westford, MA


Saco Self Storage, Saco, ME

Southeast Salem Business Park, Salem, NH

Bartlett St. Commerce Center, Marlborough, MA

40 Industrial Way, Canton, MA

445 Simarano Drive, Marlborough, MA

Leominster Commerce Center, Leominster, MA

96 High Street, N. Billerica, MA

734 Forest Street, Marlborough, MA

267 Boston Road, Billerica, MA

16 Elizabeth Drive, Chelmsford, MA

9475 NW 13th Street, Miami, FL

9800 NW 17th Street, Miami, FL

25 Industrial Way, Chelmsford, MA

North Andover Commerce Center, North Andover, MA

Portland Commerce Center, Portland, ME



Mile Marker Investments:

5815 N. Bay Road, Miami Beach, FL

5334 La Gorce Drive, Miami Beach, FL

5951 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL

700 River, Austin, TX


RiverPlace, South Portland, ME

Foreside Common, Falmouth, ME

Wildwood on the Cape, Cape Elizabeth, ME

The Atlantic House on Scarborough Beach, Scarborough, ME



Netto Outlets, Givat Brenner, Israel

Factory Outlets, Verviers, Belgium

The Longfellow, Portland, ME


The Maine Outlet, Kittery, ME

Freeport Village, Freeport, ME

The Yorkshire Outlet, Doncaster, England


The Old Port, Portland, Maine

From 1974 through 1986 RAM bought, restored and sold 22 office/retail buildings in the Old Port Historic District of Portland, Maine. RAM was the first company to complete comprehensive exterior and interior rehabilitations of these historic properties, most dating back to the 1860s. The restoration of these properties, within the guidelines established by US Department of the Interior, began the revival of this historic district, which today is the tourism, retail, and business heart of Portland. Most of the buildings were of brick construction with retail space on the first floor and office tenants above. To retain the unique retail quality of the area, RAM leased exclusively to local and regional retailers, rather than national chains or franchises. The Old Port renovation was the defining mark of The RAM brand and what the company still stands for today.

The Maine Outlet, Kittery, Maine

When it opened in 1983, The Maine Outlet was only the 20th factory outlet center in the United States and the first purpose built center in New England. In 1981, RAM optioned an 11-acre site with frontage on both US 1 and Interstate 95, the main car routes into and out of Maine. Ideally located to take advantage of tourist traffic, more than 20 million cars passed by the site annually. The Maine Outlet opened in 1983, was expanded three times, and was recently sold to a large international REIT at one of the highest prices per square foot ever paid for an outlet center in the United States. The same vision that was brought to the development of The Maine Outlet still remains strong within the organization.

The Yorkshire Outlet, Doncaster, England

Building on its reputation and success with factory outlet centers in the US, and recognizing the appeal that US outlet centers had to visiting Europeans, RAM targeted the UK for its first international center. With a long tradition of in-town shopping and general restrictions against out of town shopping development, finding sites for US style factory outlet centers proved to be a long process. RAM established an office in London and partnered with a UK property expert to search the country for locations that might be approved for out of town shopping. RAM received the difficult to get approvals for a site in Doncaster, north of London, and began plans to build a 125,000-square foot factory outlet mall. C&J Clark, England’s oldest shoe company, approached RAM about opening their first factory outlet store at the center, and these discussions led to a joint venture between RAM and C&J Clark. Within a few months of the center’s opening in 1997, RAM received and accepted an offer from England's largest property company to purchase the property at twice its original cost.

RiverPlace, South Portland, Maine

RAM was approached by the out of state owner of an 11-acre waterfront property that was the site of an abandoned industrial complex overlooking the city of Portland. After completing extensive due diligence and environmental studies, RAM’s concept was the development of the area's first “lifestyle rental apartments” with design and amenities including a fitness and business center, tennis courts, pool, and small boat dock, not available elsewhere in the area. With the full support of the surrounding residential neighborhood, RAM received all required approvals and the development of 136 apartments opened, successfully. The project was approved as 136 condominiums, although it is run as a rental site, allowing for a sale as individual condominium units in the future.

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