Press Herald Building
Coordinates: The Press Herald Building is an historic building in Portland, Maine. Built in 1923, the seven-story structure held the offices of the Portland Press Herald newspaper from 1923 until May 2010. An addition was added to the north side of the building in 1948. Strategically located across Congress Street from Portland City Hall, the newspaper sold the building and relocated to a smaller area in the nearby One City Center. In 2012, the building was sold to developers Jim Brady and Kevin Bunker with the aim of turning the structure into a hotel. In 2015, the renovated building reoped as a boutique 110 room hotel known as the Press Hotel. As of 2015, rooms started at $299 per night.
|Press Herald Building|
|Location||119 Exchange Street|
|Town or city||Portland, ME|
|Owner||Jim Brady & Kevin Bunker|
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