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Central Maine Growth Council | 12.20.19

North River Co. Named CMGC 2019 Developer of the Year Central Maine Growth Council is proud to present its annual Developer of the Year award to North River Company, owner of the Lockwood Mill complex in downtown Waterville

New York Times | 02.25.20

College's Invest So 'What's the Town Like?' Gets an Upbeat Answer "The overall downtown revitalization strategy is the result of many months of planning sessions involving college officials and local leaders. That 'united front' among city stakeholders, along with the substantial institutional investment, is attracting

Kennebec Journal | 4.14.20

Downtown Waterville businesses awarded grants to update building facades Ten businesses in downtown Waterville have been chosen as the grantees for the Central Maine Growth Council’s Facade and Building Improvement Grant Program. (CLICK FOR ARTICLE)  

The Real Deal | 6.16.20

Maquette Doubles Space at Matsil Building in Long Island City Ten-year lease brings logistics company to nearly 100,000 square feet (CLICK FOR ARTICLE)    

The Real Deal | 11.30.21

Real Estate Partnership Chosen For Governors Island Climate Hub Buttermilk Labs includes real estate firm North River Company, developer BJH Advisors and climate consulting firm Barretto Bay Strategies. The partnership won the $15.4 million project through an RFP process and is signing a 55-year ground lease

Central Maine | 1.2.22

NYC-based developer looks to spend more than $20 million to renovate former Lockwood Mill in Waterville A project expected to cost more than $20 million to transform about half the former Lockwood Mill at 6 Water St. into residential and commercial space could begin next year,