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Seventy Five State Street is a unique kind of place in more ways than one. Of special interest is the layout of the campus and the amenities therein.

Our campus is made up of three buildings, all within the city block. All buildings are connected together and have interior corridors. Each building is from a different construction period and each building has it’s own character and features.

The State Street building is the largest with five stories. It has both Independent and Assisted living units. The larger meeting rooms are here such as the Adams Center, the West Living room and the Library. It also has a large dining room with capacity for more than 100 and a coffee shop where snacks are served three times daily. A special feature of the building is our “Main Street” which has a store, deli, all community mailboxes, a hair salon, computer room and a walk out to our praceful gardens.

South Harborside is a four story building running along Danforth Street. This building is exclusively Independent Living with a range of unit sizes and prices. We have our most affordable Independent Living spaces in the South Harbor Side building. There is a coffee shop adjacent to exterior patios, a study, activity room, laundry facilities, a dining room with a capacity for 60 and our own movie theater.

Campus MapCutter House is an 1820’s Federal Style Mansion named for Portland’s fourth mayor, Levi Cutter. The building was completely rehabilitated in 2008 and received an Honor Award from Maine Statewide Historic Preservation. The building has three floors and eleven Independent Living apartments all with period colors and architectural features including preserved fireplace fronts. Cutter House is a real gem and one of few Federal-Era mansions to survive Portland’s Great Fire of 1866.

Residents love to explore all the different 'eras' at Seventy Five State Street. Each building has it's own flavor and uniqueness. Our campus feels like a small New England village with pleasant surprises around each corner. Come and tour Seventy-Five State Street and see for yourself.