562 Congress Street, Portland, Maine
Built in 1900 as a downtown department store, the “Baxter Building” was initially renovated in 1955 and used as the main switchboard for AT&T. In 1992 it was substantially renovated to modern office standards for multi tenant office and retail use. Large floor plates (17,000 SF), a central location, and water views make this a unique building. This building is fully sprinklered and has multiple elevators.
Unique building for its era
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|Property Management||Fore River Management|
|Elevators||3 electric passenger elevators and 1 freight elevator|
|Electric Service||208V 3 phase|
|HVAC overview||DDC system monitors and controls HVAC systems, setbacks, and equipment|
Two common oil fired hot water boilers, 51
hp each, providing hot water heating.
A common 220 ton cooling tower and two
(80 ton and 100 ton) electrical chillers
Typically, four pipe Air Handling Units
(AHU) located throughout the building
are used to provide ducted tempered air,
including outside fresh air, to Variable Air
Volume (VAV) boxes.
|Redundant Power Sup-|