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We invest in our community by breathing life into historic properties

WELCOME TO PKRM

Family owned and operated, we specialize in commercial, industrial, and residential space in the Greater Portland market. Since its inception, the company has developed a niche in working collaboratively with community stakeholders to breathe life back into historic properties.

OUR PROPERTIES

1006 CONGRESS ST.

WORKFORCE HOUSING UNITS:

NOW RENTING

Market Rate units available for rent:

Included Amenities: Heat, Hot Water, Off-Street Parking, Wifi, Sewer & Electricity Included Smoke-Free Building, Bike Racks and On-Site Card Operated Laundry Facilities. Not included, On-Site Storage.

To Apply, visit our website at www.spha.net

1006 Congress St.

50 Monument Square:

​Luxury x Location

+ 21 apartments:
+ 13 – 1 bedroom apartments
+ 6 – efficiency apartments
+ 2 – 2 bedroom apartments

50 Monument square was built in the 1880’s, with 2 floors added 20 years later. Designed by John Calvin Stevens, this building is located square in the epicenter of Maine’s most bustling City. Now home to FedEx on the ground floor, Portland Symphony Orchestra and Portland Ovations on the 2nd floor, and crowned by The Maine Community Foundation on the 6th Floor.

Liberty Shipyard

Inspiring history. Inspired future.

The historic 30-acre Liberty Shipyard, adjacent to Bug Light Park was once home to the New England Shipbuilding Corp., one of 17 shipyards across the country that was responsible for building a total of 2,751 Liberty Ships before and during World War II. The shipyard employed 30,000 people at peak production and built 244 Liberty ships during the four years in which the U.S. was at war. It gradually ceased operating after the war ended in 1945.

“It is humbling to have this opportunity to steward such an important piece of land into the future. Our family has a special affinity to this land as my grandfather enlisted as a merchant marine and worked on the Liberty Ships and my step grandfather worked on this very site. We are committed to working collaboratively with invested members of the community to ensure all of the hard work that has gone into this land over the years is honored and respected.”

Jennifer Packard
Principal of PK Realty Management (PKRM)

“While we are still in the very early stages of considering possible best uses for the land, we believe there is exciting potential to develop something that will add to the vitality of our community for generations to come.”

Richard Packard
Founder of PK Realty Management (PKRM)

MEET THE PKRM TEAM

Founded by Richard Packard, PKRM specializes in commercial, industrial, and residential space in the Greater Portland market. Since its inception, the company has developed a niche in working collaboratively with community stakeholders to breathe life back into historic properties.

Richard GILL

Rich has 25+ years of project and venue operations management experience under his belt. At PKRM, Rich is accountable for the operational management of 500,000 sf, servicing all of our properties and tenants. A graduate of Saint Michael’s College in Burlington VT.

RICKY REID

Ricky brings 20+ years of building and property maintenance. He brings a wide range of expertise ranging from fiberglass and carbon fiber to electrical, plumbing and carpentry. Ricky truly serves as PKRM’s “Jack of All Trades”.

MARY GODFREY

Mary contributes a diverse background in finance and 20+ years of diverse business experience to PKRM’s management team. A graduate of Northeastern University, Boston MA.

JENNIFER packard

Jennifer joined PKRM as Principal in 2017 and serves as lead project manager. Jennifer’s background includes working internationally as a consultant for BMW/MINI, Audi and AMG (Mercedes Benz) in Europe, America, and South Africa.

DAVID packard

David manages legal matters for PKRM on the Liberty Shipyard Project and brings a diversity of experience in areas of law and community development. An actively engaged citizen, David serves on several local boards including Portland Downtown.

Amy Magida

AMY MAGIDA

Amy’s experience in landscape architecture brings site planning knowledge and a curiosity for the natural and built world to her role as project manager of development and sustainability. She’s an active board member of the Portland Parks Conservancy and enjoys biking well and surfing poorly.

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1 Madison St.
STE 100 South
Portland, Maine 04106