Saturday, May 25, 2013
The Associated Press
BANGOR — Officials say a proposed $4.5 million retail development in Bangor is expected to create as many as 100 construction jobs and up to 200 part- and full-time jobs when it opens.
Pending approval from the Bangor Planning Board and Bangor City Council, a South Portland developer could break ground on Stillwater Crossing, a 65,500-square-foot retail plaza as early as September.
Vincent Maietta, Stillwater Crossing's principal owner and developer, tells the Bangor Daily News he expects 18 to 24 businesses, including retail and medical offices.
The first confirmed tenant is national restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings.
The development will occupy the space that was the Queen City Trailer Park from 1965 to 2000.