East Brown Cow has managed these two, three-story historic brick buildings since their acquisition by Leader Properties LLC in 2002. The 66 Pearl property was built as a warehouse and general store in 1877 for the Emery Waterhouse Company on a street that was once known as “hardware row.” Located on Court House Block in the heart of the Old Port, Portland’s trendy historical district, this 51,000 sq ft two-building property with paved, 44-car parking lot has gone through extensive renovation. East Brown Cow has reintroduced a street level retail component to energize the Old Port with increased pedestrian activity without compromising the district's charming, historical appeal. East Brown Cow also enhanced the space by creating high-end top floor office spaces featuring 16-foot open ceilings and glass office walls.
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