Princeton Pines apartments in Portland, Maine offers spacious one and two bedroom garden style apartment homes, available as either a conventional unfurnished residence or fully appointed corporate suite for those staying just a short time, plus two or three bedroom town homes and a select few of studio apartment homes. Our residents enjoy fully equipped kitchens, balconies and patios, large closets, off street parking, a swimming pool and 24 hour fitness center. But our secret weapon is our amazing team of maintenance and management staff. If you have so much as a leaky faucet, just send over a work order through our convenient Resident Portal and we will be on our way. Residents enjoy the community’s comfortable suburban ambiance and easy access to area conveniences, services and shopping. This combination of shops and activities is the perfect mix for varying summer fun. Call us today to schedule your tour and see why you should call Princeton Pines apartments home!
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At Princeton Pines, we feel your pets are members of our extended family so we strive to make them feel right at home. Our pet-centric community welcomes cats and dogs. For each pet there is a pet rent of $75 per dog and $25 per cat. We allow two pets in total with a maximum of one dog. We do have breed restrictions and invite you to contact our leasing office to learn more!
Portland’s dense concentration of the state’s population and accessibility to other markets in New England have made the city a focal point for development. About one third of all Portland businesses are service related, while 20 percent are retail, 10 percent government, and less than 10 percent manufacturing; the remaining few are miscellaneous businesses.
Portland’s industry caters mostly to pedestrian shoppers. The Old Port is a excellent example of this, a quaint walkable seaside community. The famous outdoor outfitter L. L. Bean can be found in nearby Freeport, Maine. Many businesses have opened stores in the area in recent decades, including independent boutiques in the Old Port and Arts District areas to the shops at South Portland’s Maine Mall. Services, especially health services, play a very important part in the Portland area’s economy; the Maine Medical Center, the largest hospital in the state, is one of the city’s largest employers. The finance industry also has a long tradition in Portland, and the third-largest banking and financial services company in New England—Bank North Group—is headquartered there.