Press Herald Building

Coordinates: 43°39′32″N 70°15′23″W / 43.658895°N 70.256300°W / 43.658895; -70.256300 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.[1][2] An addition was added to the north side of the building in 1948.[3] 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.[4] In 2015, the renovated building reoped as a boutique 110 room hotel known as the Press Hotel.[5] As of 2015, rooms started at $299 per night.[6]

Press Herald Building
Press Herald Building, built 1923, expanded 1948, now the Press Hotel - Portland, Maine - DSC03873.jpg
Press Herald Building, built 1923, expanded 1948, now the Press Hotel circa 2018.
General information
Location119 Exchange Street
Town or cityPortland, ME
OwnerJim Brady & Kevin Bunker


  1. ^ "Press Herald building construction, Portland, ca. 1923". Maine Memory Network. Retrieved 3 November 2019.
  2. ^ "Portland Press Herald vacates longtime home". Bangor Daily News. Retrieved 3 November 2019.
  3. ^ "Portland Press Herald Building to be transformed into boutique hotel - DesignCurial". Retrieved 3 November 2019.
  4. ^ "Former Press Herald building eyed as boutique hotel". Retrieved 3 November 2019.
  5. ^ Staff, Lodging (17 February 2014). "Boutique Hotel Taking Over Portland Press Herald Building". LODGING Magazine. Retrieved 3 November 2019.
  6. ^ "A Newspaper-Themed Hotel Is Opening in Portland, Maine". Boston Magazine. 25 February 2015.