A community developer has proposed developing a 4-setting up, 16-unit townhouse complex on the lot upcoming to the Greenback Basic store in Hampden where a blighted household the moment stood. 

The Hampden Planning Board will think about the proposal at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the town place of work at 106 Western Ave.

It is the latest proposal in the Bangor area for new housing units as the region sees desire increase for new housing amid growing genuine estate selling prices that have boxed quite a few buyers out of the market.

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

Every of the 4 buildings would be 72 by 30 toes and household four two-story, two-bed room units, according to programs submitted to the town business. The entrance to the complex would be via the Greenback Basic parking large amount and not straight on to Most important Highway North, which is also Route 1A.