Each of these 4 buildings house six 550 to 600 square foot one-bedroom apartments. 61, 63 and 65 Grant appear to have been built simultaneously as a small complex with a courtyard in the middle of the three buildings, with 69 Grant Street built as an adjacent building. Rents at each building include heat, hot water and cooking gas.
61, 63, 65, 69 Grant Street are located right across the street from Deering Oaks, and are just a short walk to the Old Port and Downtown Portland. Situated in one of Portland’s most up and coming neighborhoods, these buildings are right next to trendy cafes, restaurants, and local breweries to experience. A local farmers market, parks to enjoy with kids and pets, and nearby shopping are what make these apartments feel like home.
For electricity, please contact Central Maine Power (CMP) at 1-800-750-4000.
For cooking gas (natural gas) if applicable, please contact Unitil at 1-866-933-3821.
If any utility, Internet, cable, phone, etc. company needs access to a secured area of the building, please call our Non-Emergency Maintenance Line at 207-699-2219 at least 24 hours in advance. Residents should leave their name, new address, and the connection date.
Note: Please do not schedule utilities to be turned on during the weekend or after hours if Port Property is required for access or assistance.
There is a combination washer/dryer in each unit.
Please contact Port Property to discuss on-site parking.
For further information about parking and City of Portland parking bans, please contact the City of Portland or visit their website.
The specified trash day is Thursday.
To ensure the property is kept clean, residents must not put trash out before Wednesday at 8 pm. City of Portland trash bags must be used and placed curbside (these can be purchased at local convenience stores and supermarkets). If residents dispose of household trash and/or large items in or around the building, they will be charged for removal and disposal. Please use the recycling totes, which are kept on the property, for single sort recyclables. Port Property is responsible for placing the totes curbside on a weekly basis.
The City of Portland’s recycling guide is available here.