The Hiawatha building viewed from across the street.

Facing Longfellow Square to the south and constructed of granite, bricks, and steel, The Hiawatha has become an instant Portland landmark. The Hiawatha exudes the charm of its historic neighborhood, while offering the most modern comfort systems and amenities. With a state-of-the art gym, a tenant lounge, and secure garage parking, Hiawatha has it all.

The Neighborhood

Located in Portland’s vibrant Longfellow Square, The Hiawatha puts you within steps of the City’s acclaimed restaurants, art & cultural institutions and waterfront. Sitting between Portland’s downtown and its hospitals, you can walk to many of the areas largest employers.

667 Congress St
Portland, ME 04101


The Hiawatha is named for the 1855 epic poem, The Song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Longfellow, born in Portland in 1807, was a commanding figure in the 19th century literary world and one of only five Fireside Poets. The poem, one of his most famous, relates the adventures of an Ojibwe warrior named Hiawatha and the tragedy of his love for Minnehaha. The Hiawatha stands opposite Longfellow Square, home of a public monument to the poet.