BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) — A Topsham developer is proposing a $21 million mixed-used development at the entrance to the former Navy base in Brunswick.
Jim Howard, president of Priority Real Estate Group, said Thursday that he will bring his proposal before the Brunswick Planning Board for review July 1.
Howard's application includes plans for eight new buildings on the main road into the property that would include a bank, a restaurant operated by an unidentified national chain, a gas station and convenience store, a veterinary clinic and more than 60,000 square feet of professional and medical office space.
Howard tells the Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/1ojyJVL ) the project includes no retail space because there is plenty of vacant retail space nearby.
Howard says the project will ultimately create about 150 jobs.