FAQ’s

Don't hesitate to contact us directly to learn more about the residences at Bramhall Row.

  • ARE THE RESIDENCES AT BRAMHALL ROW AVAILABLE FOR SALE OR FOR RENT?

    The Townhouses and the Carriage House Homes are condominiums and will soon be available for sale.

  • WHEN WILL CONSTRUCTION BE COMPLETED?

    We are working toward late late winter 2017-18 or early spring 2018 for availability of the Townhouse units. The Carriage House Homes are available for purchase.

  • WHEN WILL SALES BEGIN FOR BRAMHALL ROW?

    Refundable Reservation Agreements will be accepted so that buyers may reserve the right to enter into a formal contract for purchase (Purchase & Sale Agreement). As soon as final construction documents (all technical drawings, details and specifications) are completed, we will finalize pricing for each residence and begin accepting Purchase & Sale Agreements.

  • HAVE PRICES BEEN SET FOR THE RESIDENCES AT BRAMHALL ROW?

    Final pricing will be determined as soon as all specifications have been documented and final construction bids are in. Preliminary estimates are for the Carriage House Homes to be listed at $447,500, and the Townhouses to be priced in the high $600k to low $700k range, depending on features and finishes.

  • HAS BRAMHALL ROW OBTAINED PLANNING APPROVALS FROM THE CITY OF PORTLAND?

    Yes, Bramhall Row has received final approvals from the Portland Planning Board and Portland’s Historic Preservation Board. Building permits will be obtained as soon as construction documents are completed.

  • WILL THE LANDMARK CLOCK IN FRONT OF THE HISTORIC BUILDING REMAIN IN PLACE?

    Yes! The Francis Hotel (formerly the Mellen E. Bolster House), and Bramhall Row, are committed to preserving this wonderful piece of Portland’s history. This famous Seth Thomas tower clock dates from between 1900-1905, and will not only be preserved, but we are working hard to arrange for a full restoration of the clock to working order.

WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE FRANCIS HOTEL AND THE RESIDENCES AT BRAMHALL ROW

The entire development has been “master-planned” so that common driveways, walkways, utilities, parking, snowplowing and other infrastructure considerations are permanently coordinated. The site is now divided into two separate properties, one for The Francis, and the other for the Bramhall Row residences (7 Townhouses and 2 Carriage House Homes). Bramhall Row residents will enjoy close proximity to the amenities of The Francis, including the restaurant and spa, and a great place for out-of-town guests to stay!