Join the LA Metro Chamber and EAT Holdings on Lisbon St, Lewiston for our Business After Hours. This event is free and open to the public.
Recently purchased and formerly occupied by FISC, the three buildings that comprise 152 - 168 Lisbon Street are historic, beautiful, and finally able to be seen by the public! This Business After Hours will offer exploration of the space, cocktails, music, and networking opportunities.
For businesses looking to establish or expand in the LA market, this is an opportunity to see spaces in the Centreville Zoning District, which allow for many uses including retail, service, financial, government, professional, and entertainment. Close to the area's major employers, this building is situated near parking garages and the Maine Turnpike. At Business After Hours you can explore all three buildings, multiple spaces with a variety of configurations, and use the two elevators onsite.
Curious about the area that supports success in the buildings? Learn more at DiscoverLAMaine.com.
Lewiston is Maine's second-largest city, running east of the Androscoggin River. Home to historic mills that tell its legacy of hard work and immigration through the generations, the downtown district is a walkable neighborhood with restaurants, breweries, small businesses, and arts.
A regional employment hub, two large healthcare systems, and two colleges comprise just a few of the largest employers. The city offers a regional technical center, a modern performing arts center, and three new elementary schools in the last ten years-investing in tomorrow's future is a priority for Lewiston's residents.
One of the most diverse cities in Maine, Lewiston is home to the people, businesses, and cultural offerings of French-Canada, Ireland, and Central and Eastern Africa.