MMDT – York Street Condominium Development – Maine - Project Profile
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Mary McIntire Davis Trust (MMDT) is planning to build a residential community in York, York County, Maine, the US.
The project involves the construction of a residential community comprising 124 condominium units on 44.1ha of land in stages.
It includes the construction of a community center, a retail space, parking and related facilities.
Pinkham & Greer Consulting Engineers appointed as a planning consultant.
In May 2014, the town's people did not support further negotiations with the MMDT family for the land at the US$5.5 million price 931 people were in favor and 1,532 people opposed.
On December 31, 2015, MMDT heirs offered the land to the town for US$5.5 million and gave the town a two-year exclusive window to raise the funds that period was ended.
In February 2016, the deadline was ended to purchase the land.
The Planning Board is expected to review a preliminary proposal or sketch plan, at its January 12, 2017, meeting with MMDT.
Construction is expected to take five years to complete.
In December 2016, MMDT submitted a preliminary plan to the Town of York, Maine.
In January 2017, the project is facing protest from the local residents.
The project involves the construction of a residential community comprising 124 condominium units in York, York County, Maine, the US.
The US$47 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a community center
2. Construction of a retail space
3. Construction of parking and related facilities
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