A regional developer has proposed setting up a 4-setting up, 16-unit townhouse complex on the large amount subsequent to the Greenback Normal store in Hampden wherever a blighted home the moment stood. 

The Hampden Organizing Board will take into account the proposal at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the town office environment at 106 Western Ave.

It’s the most recent proposal in the Bangor spot for new housing units as the location sees demand increase for new housing amid rising authentic estate costs that have boxed lots of consumers out of the current market.

NKSE Financial investment LLC obtained the 2.1-acre home at 676 Primary Street North for $250,000 from James W. Butler Jr. of Bangor in late January and submitted the application for the townhouses in March.  

Just about every of the four structures would be 72 by 30 ft and residence four two-story, two-bedroom models, in accordance to programs submitted to the town workplace. The entrance to the intricate would be by way of the Dollar Typical parking whole lot and not immediately on to Primary Street North, which is also Route 1A.