Developers revive plans for cold-storage facility in Portland, Maine

A consortium of private companies plans to build a freezer warehouse for $25 million to $30 million to expand Maine’s only shipping container terminal.

A hotly anticipated plan for a waterfront cold-storage warehouse is back on the table in Portland. The consortium of private developers submitted plans to the city last week to build a 120,000-square-foot, temperature-controlled building on state-owned land at the International Marine Terminal on Commercial Street. The new proposal calls for a building that would be 75 feet tall at its peak, just within the current zoning limit. Read more from the Portland Press Herald.