What’s New!

 
 
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Catch us on the news!

Watch as CRES brings our community back to life one home at a time, featuring our newly restored 27 Grant Street home in Little City, Bangor, which is now for sale!

 

meet our summer intern!

Summer has started off with a bang! We are thrilled to have our cousin Kaitlyn Darveau join us this summer. Kaitlyn is currently going into her senior year at Wentworth Institute of Technology for architecture. We will be putting her skills to the test by having her design our vision that not everyone can see. Kaitlyn is excited to be able to come home to Maine, and to put her own personal touch on some Bangor restorations!

 
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“Bangor couple takes on affordable housing mission by restoring old homes”

Check out our first ever News Interview on how we saved one of Bangor’s precious gems- 15 Garland Street! Now completely renovated and available for rent!

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we value our communitY!

We were ecstatic to have hosted our first event with the Good Shepherd Food Bank on June 26 to share and expand our knowledge in the effort to end hunger in the state of Maine. Along with the Good Shepherd Food Bank, we understand that nutritious food is an important foundation to growth in our schools, workplaces, and our entire community. In fact, owner and partner of CRES Nicholas Mullens shared his story of how the Good Shepherd Food Bank provided him the healthy childhood needed in order for him to contribute and give back to the community as an adult! Check out the article by clicking the button below!

 
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