Location - the Perfect Asset

Central Maine  benefits from its spatial relationship within Maine's urban hierarchy.   Central Maine is equidistant from the metropolitan areas of

  1. Bangor
  2. Brunswick (Portland)
  3. Lewiston/Auburn.

Each of these urban centers create activity which spreads beyond their administrative boundaries: market, labor, social, etc.  Where the spread effect of these various activities overlaps with the overlays of other urban centers, the result is a critical intersection that represents the agglomeration economies available to a potential investment decision.   Central Maine is at the critical intersection for the spread effects of

  1. Bangor
  2. Brunswick (Portland)
  3. Lewiston/Auburn.  

From one location you can access three additional markets.  This is Central Maine's location in the constellation of its urban centers - providing a greater pattern of opportunity for your small-to-medium enterprise (SME).