A Vision For Downtown Berwick, ME

Have you been following what’s going on in downtown Berwick, ME? As you probably know, there is a huge (13 acre) site right smack in the middle of what is our downtown that is occupied by the former Prime Tanning building. It’s been an eyesore for a while and is quickly deteriorating. The tenacity of the Envision Berwick committee secured some funding to start the cleanup of the site for redevelopment. A Brownfield steering committee has been identified and will be meeting Thursday, November 12 to begin the process of cleanup.

While thinking about the cleanup of the site, naturally, we thought about what that area could become. With the help of the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast we were able to bring together the vision of the community with area professionals to work out what the future could look like in downtown Berwick. For a walkthrough of the process that we went through, check out the Community Listening Session, where we took the ideas of what the citizens of Berwick want to see (as well as what they don’t want to see.) Then watch the Design Reveal Session where the professionals who worked on the project reveal their vision and discuss the benefits as well as challenges the Town will have.


About Nichole Fecteau:

I have lived and owned in Southern Maine for over fifteen years. I raised a family in Berwick, ME and my children attend the SAD 60 school district. When not listing and selling property, you can find me enjoying the mountains and lakes of Maine and New Hampshire. I am an avid hiker and have logged countless miles on the Appalacchian trail. I particularly like the rugged Northern Presidentials. Not only do I carry a backpack and tent on the weekends, I can also be found with my fishing pole in the water of backcountry rivers and ponds. My personal motto is “work hard, play hard!.”

I began my real estate career when my youngest son was about to enter Kindergarten. Sales has always been a passion of mine and I considered homes the ultimate items to sell. Once I got my feet wet in the field, I realized that Real Estate is less about sales and more about connections and helping others realize their dreams. I was hooked right from the beginning. I love helping both my clients and colleagues realize their dreams. Each day I walk into my office energized and ready for a new start with fresh challenges and rewards. My passion is selling expired listings- quickly and for top dollar. I focus on Southern Maine and am licensed in NH as well. Nothing makes me happier than giving homeowners hope in selling their homes where they thought there was none.

For information on buying or selling, or for any other inquiries, please email NicholeFecteau@gmail.com or call/text 207-251-9535.

2012 & 2013 Associate Leadership Council
2012 & 2013 Technology Committee Chairman
Martha Squires Award
Rising Star Award

2010 Berwick Library Committee member
2011 Berwick Recreation Committee member
2013-present Friends of the Berwick Riverfront Chairman
2013-present Berwick Trails Committee Chariman
2015-present Berwick Planning Board member
2015-present Berwick Brownfield Steering Committee member
Nichole Fecteau on Zillow

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