A quick ride through Gorham will confirm that summer has brought about many changes in town. The Lady Stripper held its grand opening on July 20 in the space previously occupied by the Gorham Grind.
Site work has begun on the future home of Station Square, a commercial and residential property at 17 Railroad Ave that will house 33 apartments, a bowling alley, a restaurant and two small retail sites.
Great Falls Construction has been renovating the exterior of 81 Main Street, which houses Village Hair. The renovated building, owned by Jon and Cindy Smith, will feature five new dormers, shutters and decorative window surrounds. The main entrance will be modified to include more windows.
Across the street, Citgo/Big Apple is temporarily closed in July for the replacement of underground tanks. The business is targeted to reopen during the week of August 20.
Grit & Grace CrossFit has signed an agreement to lease the building where iSpoon was located. The opening is scheduled for September.
Further down Main Street on route 25, construction of the Sebago Brewery is underway and expected to be complete by the end of 2017, with beer available in the taproom beginning in January 2018. There will also be an outdoor patio and green space for seasonal use.
Also on Lower Main Street, TNT Quickstop reopened at the end of July and will hold a grand opening celebration from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on August 24.
Photo credit Roger Marchand