Welcome to SeaScape Owners’ Association Website

Welcome to our condominium community, located on the pristine white sands of Old Orchard Beach/Saco Bay, just 15 miles south of Portland, Maine. This site is designed to provide valuable information for our unit owners, including updates, resources, and community guidelines. Explore our beautiful beachfront property and discover what makes our 42-unit condominium a unique and vibrant place to live.

2024 Board of Directors

President: Jansen String
Vice President: Robert Bazinet
Treasurer: James Lalumandier
Secretary: Katrina McCall
Board Member: Shelley Cole
Board Member: Joanne Morin
Board Member: Steve Irish

Property Description

  • Beach Frontage: 147 ft. of beach frontage with approximately 50 ft. of white sand at high tide and 350 ft. at low tide.

  • Construction: Built in 1989; the building has 8 floors.

Fire Safety

  • Building Safety: Fully sprinkled building with automatic alarms and reporting.
  • Detectors: Heat, smoke, and CO detectors in each unit.
  • Stairways: Pressurized stairways.


  • First Floor:
    • Lobby
    • Indoor pool/meeting room with kitchen and bathrooms
    • 42 individual storage cages
    • 8 garages
  • Residential Units:
    • Floors 2 through 8 have 42 individual units.
    • Each floor has 6 units: 1 one-bedroom unit, 1 three-bedroom unit, and 4 two-bedroom units.
  • Ownership: All units are individually owned.
    • Some owners rent their units (minimum one month), while others are year-round residents.

Building Features

  • Elevator: Equipped with a telephone connected directly to 911 and a safety system that sends it to the 1st floor and opens the door in case of fire.
  • Security:
    • Closed-circuit video recording
    • Visitor telephone access from the front door
    • Proximity fob entry at the front and beach doors


  • Primary Heating: Provided by the Association from a propane furnace on the roof, distributed through the eight hallways and into each unit via a door undercut.

Waste Management

  • Trash and Recycling: A trash chute and recycling bins for paper, cardboard, glass, and plastic are available on each floor.

Additional Features

  • Pool Room: Equipped with a separate automatic temperature and humidity control system that monitors the dew point on the glass windows.
  • Irrigation: The lawns and gardens around the building are watered by a six-zone sprinkler system that usually operates early each morning in the summer.


  • Nonprofit Corporation: The association is made up of the unit owners and is administered by a Board of Directors, half of whom are elected each year for a two-year term.
  • Meetings: The Association’s Annual Meeting is on the third Saturday of July.
  • Documentation: The Association’s Declaration is on file at the York County Registry of Deeds. The Bylaws and the “Rules & Regulations” are available in the Owner’s Area.