667 Congress Street, also known as The Hiawatha, is an eight-story building with 139 residential units (studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments) and one commercial space on the first floor.
Located in the historic Portland neighborhood of Longfellow Square, 667 Congress Street is situated in Portland’s waterfront district and offers a variety of local coffee shops, restaurants and cultural attractions. Portland’s hospitals are located nearby, along with many of the areas’ larger employers and easy access from I-295.
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Tenants are responsible for electricity, which includes heat, hot water, and all appliances.
For electricity, please contact Central Maine Power (CMP) at 1-800-750-4000.
If any utility company needs access to a secured area of the building, please call Port Property’s 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.
667 Congress Street includes in-unit washer/dryers in every apartment.
667 Congress Street includes a resident lounge, fitness center, on-site leasing office, and mailroom.
The mailroom is located on the lobby floor of the building.
Note: Resident’s mailbox numbers match their apartment number. Upon move-in, please add all roommate names to the interior of the mailbox. When residents receive a key in their mailbox, that indicates that a package is in one of the package boxes below. Otherwise, packages will be left on the shelving in the mailroom.
An attached parking garage is available. Depending on availability, residents may reserve a fully-covered or semi-covered garage parking space at a monthly rate. Additional parking spots are also available for rent in the 699 Congress Street lot located one block from the building.
For further information about on-street parking and City of Portland parking bans, please contact the City of Portland or visit their website.
667 Congress Street includes a trash and recycling room located on the lobby floor of the building.
All trash must be contained in closed trash bags (City of Portland trash bags are not required) and placed inside of the dumpster.
If residents dispose of household trash and/or large items in or around the building or grounds, they will be charged for removal and disposal.
Please use the recycling dumpster for recyclables. The City of Portland’s recycling guide is available here.
To set up a buzzer: Residents must email their assistant property manager with the phone number they would like connected to their buzzer system. Port Property will input this information into the system.
Once inputted, the resident’s telephone number will be linked to their apartment. When a guest requests entry, the resident’s phone will ring. After answering, push 9 to buzz open the door, or hang up to reject entry.