Photos and Testimonials

Photos and Testimonials

Why did we choose Main Street Landing on Burlington's Waterfront?

Kelly Brush Team

For a growing non-profit with a national scope, Main Street Landing provides the perfect professional space for us to grow. Best of all, the staff is responsive and accommodating--we are convinced all you have to do to get them to respond is think about a question and they will arrive at your door.

Zeke Davisson Executive Director and the Kelly Brush Foundation Team Kelly Brush
Native Energy Team

Main Street Landing's focus on sustainability, the beautiful location, and dynamic neighbors provide the perfect environment for NativeEnergy to thrive. We are excited to be part of Main Street Landing and surrounded by many like-minded businesses and look forward to many more successful years here.

Jeff Bernicke President NativeEnergy
Jonny and Benjy Adler sitting in Skinny Pancake with food and drinks

"Recipe for Skinny Pancake elation: 1) One part wholesome foods 2) One part creativity 3) One part sustainability. Mix warmly with Main Street Landing's remarkable Lake & College building. Add a pinch of their exceptional level of professionalism, a dash of their compassion for the environment and community, pour on Burlington's arts and culture in the Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center and you've got happy Pancake artists. So come on down and check out our smiling happy faces, our numerous crepe creations, and some excellent live music."

Jonny Adler & Benjy Adler Skinny Pancake
Joanne Aja and Lindsay Chisholm in Mirror, Mirror

"Being in the business of beauty, the CornerStone Building was the perfect choice for our new location. The curvature of the building makes our space warm and inviting, and filled with natural light. Main Street Landing is truly the gateway to the waterfront of Lake Champlain and since moving here we've learned that it is not just a place, it's a community that exemplifies everything we strive for in life, both personally and professionally - good friends, great food and nature's best at our back door."

Joanne Aja & Lindsay Chisholm Mirror, Mirror
Andrea Couture behind plants

"For several years I've been working from my home office and was really starting to miss being around other professionals and the action of Burlington. I knew right when I walked in, that Union Station at One Main Street was going to be a perfect fit for me and my real estate appraisal business."

Andrea Couture Andrea's Appraisal Services
Julius Higgins, Steve Splonskowski, Erica Hintze sitting together laughing.

"Four Nine Design is a graphic and interactive design company. Being part of the waterfront is awe inspiring. The energy you receive from the changing aspects of the water and the views helps the creative juices flow. The location exemplifies what Four Nine Design stands for simplicity, accessibility, and a unique sense of identity."

Julius Higgins, Steve Splonskowski, Erica Hintze Four Nine Design
Rachel Stanton, Genevieve Henry and Jenna Thayer standing together in the Birth Journeys suite

"Birth Journeys offers services for pregnant families, so we wanted a location that felt safe, warm, and inviting. It was also a priority to find a space that was clean and healthy, especially for the mamss and the babies. Main Street Landing has been a good fit by being a green building complete with a revolving art show in the lobby. We're in the best location in the world...our clients are always enchanted by their visits to Union Station, they enjoy the Lake Champlain waterfront and the proximity to all the fun stuff that Burlington has to offer."

Rachel Stanton, Genevieve Henry and Jenna Thayer Birth Journeys
Brad Pettengill and his dog, Chayce, sitting on a staircase

"In the 20 years since I started my graphic design business here, Main Street Landing has consistently improved our work environment and evolved into a force for change on the Waterfront. It's nice being part of a socially responsible neighborhood, feeling at home here, and being able to look out at the lake and mountains each day, while continuing to grow my photography and design business in classic Union Station."

Brad Pettengill Owner BP Design/Brad Pettengill Photography
David Holdridge, President, standing with Mabrouka Liebhaber and Katy Davis

"As a non-profit working in the realm of international peace and justice, Bridging the Divide has found a real home here. The socially and environmentally conscious community of businesses that occupy the offices along the waterfront align beautifully with our work. When our colleagues visit us from Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey, and beyond they are consistently impressed. Walking distance to our local providers, downtown, the waterfront area, and bike paths, as well as the impressive views of the lake and surrounding mountains make the location ideal."

David Holdridge President Bridging the Divide
Nancy E. Wood headshot in front of a building

"The CornerStone Building is an ideal location for BBA. What a wonderful site to inspire our mission of promoting the economic vitality of Burlington! Main Street Landing exemplifies the entrepreneurial spirit and community conscience that make Burlington one of the top ten US cities in which to work and live. And the CornerStone Building embodies that spirit, with its unique architecture, colorful art by local artists, comfortable office space, energy efficient systems and convenient parking. And to top it off, we are treated to beautiful views of the lake..."

Nancy E. Wood Executive Director Burlington Business Association
Loretta Roby sitting at a desk and smiling

"Life at Main Street Landing helps us achieve balance. At the CornerStone Building, with our majestic views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks, beauty abounds. What better place to operate a fiercely competitive, fast-paced, growing telecommunications company? A typical day at Caleidoscope involves selling, provisioning and implementing voice and data products and services that our customers depend on as their lifeblood. Caleidoscope takes that kind of trust personally! We appreciate the day-to-day affirmation that working and living in a beautiful place like the CornerStone Building at Main Street Landing is a great choice for our employees, our customers and our business bottom line."

Loretta Roby President & CEO Caleidoscope Communications
Catalyst Theatre Company in costume in an audotorium

"In the theatre world, there are Stars and there are Angels. Stars are anointed talented folk who make the magic happen actors, directors, designers, writers, technicians. Angels are blessed generous folk who support the arts so that the Stars can continue to light the way. In the 10+ years Union Station has been our home, we've witnessed firsthand Main Street Landing's creative renovation and the expansion of their sustainable vision. And now, their Lake and College project offers us a heavenly performance space! So, come experience the Waterfront Theatre and see Vermont Stars and Angels work together to serve our community. Take in live theatre. After all, it ain't gonna kill ya."

Veronica "Ronni" Lopez Producing Artistic Director Catalyst Theatre Company
Ted Milks and Dottie Weinstein standing on a staircase below blue sky

"It may seem odd for an organization that manages a 300-mile public cross-country ski trail the length of Vermont to have an office on the Burlington's Waterfront, but ever since we opened an office in 1985, the Catamount Trail Association has called Main Street Landing home. Though we are miles from the Catamount Trail, seeing the constant buzz of recreational activity along the waterfront gives us a wonderful daily reminder of how important our work is in providing and conserving the unique winter recreational opportunity the Catamount Trail provides to cross-country ski and snowshoe enthusiasts."

Ted Milks and Dottie Weinstein Catamount Trail
CeCe Wick sitting on a couch in front of a picture window overlooking downtown Burlington

"We chose our light-filled office at One Main Street because it's the perfect location for our association, as it's very accessible for our statewide members. And what's not to like about being on the waterfront? Union Station is a light- hearted, wonderful building that reflects well its owners' admirable and strong commitment to responsible sustainable redevelopment. As well, our attorney members, who are firmly committed to the rights and safety of all Vermonters, appreciate the owners' dedication to a positive social mission. What's more, the Main Street Landing team makes it very easy to spend the workday here."

CeCe Wick Executive Director Vermont Association for Justice
Suzy Harris and Michelle Sabourin sitting next to eachother on the floor in their office

"Cedar Wood Chiropractic has had an easy transition into our new space in the CornerStone Building. Working with the building management team on fitting up our office was easy and fun. Our patients love the new location and consistently remark about the welcoming and artful energy throughout the building (not to mention the view is fantastic!). Overall we find the CornerStone Building to be a warm, professional place to provide care for our patients. Thanks for all that you do!"

Suzy M. Harris, D.C. and Michelle A. Sabourin, D.C. Cedar Wood Chiropractic
David Blow Jr and Roxanne Gentes posing over a railing

"Granite State Development Corp., a non-profit Certified Development Company, administers the SBA 504 Program, which enables small businesses to acquire long-term subordinated financing at below market rates. Our location at Main Street Landing's CornerStone Building provides a professional and welcoming ambience that makes it very easy to conduct our business. The Main Street Landing staff provides exceptional service, adding to the already friendly atmosphere. With Lake Champlain right outside our front door, a walk on the bike path is a daily experience that we look forward to. We couldn't ask for a better place for our business."

David W. Blow Jr. and Roxanne Gentes Vice President and Assistant Granite State Development Corporation
Dave Abrams standing in front of a window overlooking Lake Champlain with a camera

"Professional and supportive building management team. Great location on the waterfront for outdoor portraits and views. Nice atmosphere in the building and great tenants."

Dave Abrams Green Mountain Photography
Louise Piche and Diane Rooney sitting at a table with a little boy and girl

"The Heartworks Schools pay special attention to providing beautiful classrooms with abundant natural light and spaces that help to create a 'home away from home' for young children. Our school at 102 Lake Street incorporates all these elements along with the Burlington waterfront as a backdrop to all our activities. Main Street Landing has helped us to provide a unique and special place for preschool children to join us in the journey of educating and nourishing the spirit of each child. We feel blessed to be in such a wonderful setting. Thank you Main Street Landing for all your support."

Louise Piche & Diane Rooney Founders Heartworks & Renaissance Schools
Dave Schmidt and Tom Pasley sitting in the sun in front of a surfboard

"Running a sunscreen company in Vermont is not normal. We wanted a location that was as unique as we are and we found it in Main Street Landing. Being located right on the bike path and on the waterfront gives us a daily reminder of all the people outside enjoying themselves and in need of our product. It also gives us visibility with the local outdoor crowd. We're always stoked when someone stops by and says "cool location." The only thing we can't do is surf out of our front door."

Dave Schmidt & Tom Pasley Himaya Sports Sun Protection
Debbie Wells posing on a rock in front of a fence

"In 1992 I came to Main Street Landing to work at a friend's small business while she went on vacation. In 1999, I bought Impact Resume and Business Services from her, and I knew that I wanted to stay here for a number of reasons, primarily the central location and close proximity to the waterfront, availability of parking for clients, and above all the friendly and supportive atmosphere between Main Street Landing staff and tenants."

Debbie Wells Impact Resume & Business Services
Justin Cruz styling Kerrin Jeromin from Fox 44 news

"I was looking for a space for my new Salon that would offer us, among other things, good visibility. With Main Street Landing's expertise and knowledge of the Burlington waterfront business scene they were not only able to provide a great location for retail visibility, but also great views of the lake and mountains. It was a perfect match."

Justin Cruz Justin Cruz Salon
Peter Espenshade and Chris Boget paddling a kayak on Lake Champlain

"Main Street Landing is an ideal home for the Lake Champlain Land Trus we just have to look out our window to be motivated in our conservation mission. Our offices at One Main Street provide us with the perfect setting, an environmentally sensitive building, professional office infrastructure, convenience for our members, and handy parking. Over the past 25 years, we've been dedicated to saving Lake Champlain's shoreline and natural areas. As we've grown, Main Street Landing has been with us every step of the way to provide expanded office space and inspiration. We love it here!"

Peter Espenshade & Chris Boget Lake Champlain Land Trust
Bob Peeters and Roger Dunn standing at the bottom of a staircase looking up to the camera.

"Due to the growth of our construction business we decided to look for new office space. We required a place that would provide our clientele a professional and welcoming atmosphere. Main Street Landing was an easy choice, centrally located on Burlington's waterfront with easy parking. Main Street Landing's helpful staff along with the warm and friendly tenants, have made our relocation seem effortless. We share their vision for sustainable construction and are delighted to be part of the Main Street Landing family."

Bob Peeters & Roger Dunn Lakewind Construction, Inc.
Larry Hall sitting in an office chair

"Having our practice located at the waterfront for the past seven years has afforded ourselves and our clients a welcomed break from the routine of hectic lives by being able to view the lake and mountains whenever we're here. The interesting architecture, Art Path, good restaurants, bike path and friendly neighbors, have all added to the lake front experience."

Larry Hall, MA Psychologist/Director
Mike McCarney and Ben Ipsen sitting on the pier with a laptop in front of main street landing

"Legitify has been producing, marketing and managing websites on the Burlington waterfront for five years.  We knew our connection and committment to the waterfront as well as our work would evolve and be inspired by moving into the mission driven, environmentally sensitive redevelopment that Main Street Landing offers.  We are grateful to be a part of the community of like-minded businesses and for the opportunity to work within a green building.  The waterfront is the perfect place for Legitify as we develop web software that inspires creation and deliver our unique blend of website production services."

Mike McCarney & Ben Ipsen Legitify
Gus Ziesing using a soundboard

"Actually, it was my friend who discovered One Main Street. We were looking for a great location for a project studio a place to record some songs. This later evolved into Low Tech Studio, a full scale recording studio. A lot of musicians have made a lot of good music here. I think they have all enjoyed the downtown location, and the fact they're in an old train station it has a great vibe for recording. Through the years, Main Street Landing has been friendly and flexible, and always ready to work with me on any issues that arose. It's one reason I'm still here. And, of course, being right on the waterfront has been a real pleasure."

Gus Ziesing Low Tech Studio
Jeanette and Jim Wood drinking margaritas and wearing sombreros

"Madera's Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina, at 3 Main Street on the Waterfront, has been with Main Street Landing for 6+ years. We've worked together to provide our patrons with the feeling, energy, and taste of Mexico right at their table; with incredible views of Lake Champlain and colorful Adirondack sunsets. Come down and experience the unique architecture, local art and many fine businesses. While you are there, join us for Burlington's finest authentic Mexican food and margaritas."

Jeanette & Jim Wood Madera's Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina
Rob Rossel, Nan Lathrop, Dan Brown, Carol Greenberger, Jean Pieniadz sitting around and smiling

"Main Street Landing has provided us with a quietly beautiful and well-maintained professional space on the Burlington Waterfront. Our suite lends our work a unique comfort, serenity, and ease that benefit our clients in many direct and indirect ways."

Rob Rossel, Nan Lathrop, Dan Brown, Carol Greenberger, Jean Pieniadz, Kileh Friedman & Joel Shapiro Mansfield Psychotherapy Associates
Three architects working and laughing

"As soon as I walked into the Wing Building, I knew this was the place we wanted to be. I liked the artistic mix and energy of the building. The cultural values of sustainability and redevelopment are ones that we share, and in many ways are directly applicable (physically and spiritually) to our particular areas of architectural practice, which include retirement housing, health care and multifamily housing. We live and work in Vermont because of the quality of life here, and Main Street Landing exemplifies what that quality of life is all about."

Stephen P. Mackenzie, AIA Mackenzie Architects, P.C.
Al, Katharine, Tango, Bear, Silvy, Tor and Charlotte

"The lake views, the bike path, and bringing the kids and dog to work are just a few of the perks that go along with the friendly atmosphere at Main Street Landing. Montstream Studio opened its doors here in 1989 and has been a part of the MSL small business community since that time. Our business has grown and MSL has been there for us every step of the way. Oh yeah...the parking is awesome!"

Alan Dworshak and Katherine Montstream Montstream Studio
Nancy T. Lynch posing on the floor of an office

"As we continue to work for promoting self-sufficiency and shared prosperity for all Vermonters, the Peace and Justice Center staff wanted to walk our talk by locating ourselves in a green building, with landlords that are socially conscious and responsible. The beauty of the waterfront, with amazing views of the lake and the Adirondacks, combined with the positive energy surrounding us, make coming to work every day a total pleasure. We are just so happy to have found a new home for the Center and for our Store."

Nancy T. Lynch Executive Peace and Justice
Nicole Ravlin and Ken Liatsos sitting in red chairs reading magazines

"As a busy PR firm, we were looking for a convenient location in downtown Burlington that fit with our company style. PMG Creative works with socially responsible companies as clients, and whom we partner with to do our business matters. Main Street Landing provided a hip office environment, while keeping with our mission of 'making good'."

Nicole Ravlin and Ken Liatsos PMG Creative
Four people posing for Resource Systems Group

"As a transportation and environmental consulting firm, it seemed appropriate to locate RSG's Burlington office in the Lake and College building. Not only is it a beautiful building in a great setting that receives praise from clients, but locating the office in a LEED-certified building, served by public transit and within walking distance to many amenities allows RSG to practice sustainable business practices as well as advise clients on them."

Mark Smith Resource Systems Group
Jeffrey Hollender sitting on the floor

Everything we were searching for has materialized sustainable environmental design, a location in the middle of the action, incredible natural beauty and a sense of place I simply didn't think existed anymore. It's literally a dream come true for all of us at Seventh Generation.

Jeffrey Hollender President Seventh Generation
Roland VanDyk posing next to a piece of equipment

"Union Station is ideal for my small structural engineering practice. Quiet and slightly off-the-beaten-path, the location offers easy access to numerous professional opportunities in the Burlington area, including the ability to interact with a diverse group of clients; many, a mere 5-10 minute walk from my door. The view from my window and the opportunity to re-center myself with a walk along the waterfront...icing on the cake!!"

Roland VanDyk Roland VanDyk, PE
Jim and Jeanette Wood sitting at a bar, smiling

"Roque's Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina is located at Three Main Street in the CornerStone Building on the Lake Champlain Waterfront. Our guests enjoy an extraordinary location with access to an underground garage. The building is creatively designed, and has lots of local art for our patrons to enjoy. We appreciate Main Street's future vision and their continued efforts to improve the Waterfront. We believe in, and wholeheartedly support their commitment toward a better community and a sustainable environment. The tenants at Main Street Landing are warm, friendly, and support each other to foster a collective success. Best of all, they love gathering together at Roque's for some festive neighborly cheer!"

Jim & Jeanette Wood Roque's Restaurante Mexicano & Cantina
RunVermont Team posing in front of some greenery

"Our team at RunVermont greatly appreciates the work environment provided by Main Street Landing. The convenience, the atmosphere and the view are unbeatable. And we've got our own little community here with fellow tenants that really facilitates some business to business exchange. The staff of Main Street Landing always greet you with a smile and a hearty hello...they make you feel welcome."

Staff at Shark Communications sitting in a group with a dog

"Dynamic, contemporary, energetic, and creative; all words used to describe Shark Communications, so naturally we want our office space to reflect who we are. Main Street Landing's Lake and College is the ideal location for Shark. Burlington's waterfront sparks our creativity and provides the serene beauty of Lake Champlain to reflect upon while on a coffee, inspiration, or dog-walking break. With all types of characters working at Shark we are glad that our office space expresses great character and gives us the space to be our eccentric, creative selves."

Peter Jacobs Creative Director Shark Communications
Kate Luscomb and Robert Silverstein sitting on chairs

"Our space has: great light, great views, great management, and a great lake! What's not to like?"

Kate Luscomb, LCMHC & Robert Silverstein, MA Harborside Counseling Associates
Skye Chalmers and his dog, Earl, in Image Relay

"Image Relay provides an essential service for companies to organize and deliver their digital assets. Our location here at Main Street Landing offers a professional environment to conduct our business and we are able to benefit from the diversity of businesses located amongst us. The waterfront provides a quick escape when needed and constantly highlights Vermont's scenic beauty."

Skye Chalmers Image Relay
Chris Johnson and Kathie Cheney Taft outside of Technical Connection, Inc

"Our clients love coming to our Waterfront location. The setting, the natural light, clean and attractive facilities bolster our professional image. Main Street Landing makes every effort to insure a quality rental experience. Our offices afford a great view of Lake Champlain and provide us with noon time recreational opportunities out our front door. We have been here for 9 years."

Chris Johnson & Kathie Cheney Taft Technical Connection, Inc.
Morris, DeMag and McCarty posing with a dog.

"We work very hard to maintain a balance between our professional and personal lives, and Main Street Landing's office environment works seamlessly with us to reach that goal. Our business requires us to spend a lot of time in the fast-paced, hectic environment of the Vermont State House. We are always so happy to get back to our wonderful offices at Union Station. The beauty and serenity of Burlington's waterfront lends a perfect balance to our world."

Allison Crowley DeMag Morris DeMag McCarty, Inc.
Tim Riddle and Emily DeLonge posing together in an office

"Main Street Landing has given us the home that we were looking for. After seven months of searching for a new office space, it was a relief to find something so in line with our needs. Our new office gives our volunteers, board members and audience a place where they can easily find and visit us, while providing us a great place to work in the off-season to create the magic that is the Vermont Mozart Festival."

Tim Riddle & Emily DeLonge Vermont Mozart Festival
Mira Niagolova in front of a large, black, winged creature

"Films on issues of global concern and businesses devoted to environmentally and socially conscious projects are an excellent combination. Since 1994, Main Street Landing has been the home of the Vermont International Film Festival, the world's oldest environmental and human rights film festival. We have always appreciated the support of Main Street Landing's management. This year, we're having the Festival from October 11th to the 15th, at the brand new Waterfront Theatre. The two comfortable theaters, rooms for discussions and receptions, and ample parking make it the perfect place for a five-day celebration of films."

Mira Niagolova Executive Director Vermont International Film Festival
Elizabeth and Lester Wallman looking at eachother in front of Lake Champlain

"We like living downtown in the CornerStone Building. The management is helpful; the atmosphere friendly. It is convenient to many services in the neighborhood of Church Street and the shuttle bus is right at the door. It is next to the Waterfront for views and frequent walks in the fresh air. Come on down."

Elizabeth & Lester Wallman
Lisa Gale Peery and Marc Wiener in front of a window in their office

"As a socially responsible business, it was important for us choose a space that was aesthetically pleasing to us and our clients, and committed to the environmental principles that we support. Main Street Landing provides both. Our real estate clients love the proximity to the lake with convenient parking and appreciate our commitment to a green space. And with Madera's Mexican Restaurant downstairs, what's better than a celebratory margarita after your real estate closing?"

Lisa Gale Peery & Marc Wiener Wiener & Gale, PC, Attorneys at Law