SOUTH PORTLAND — The Planning Board has unanimously approved a 118-unit apartment complex in the Brick Hill neighborhood, along with a Dunkin’ Donuts on the site of the former Wok Inn restaurant on Main Street.

The board voted 7-0 on Tuesday to give Riverbrook Properties final major subdivision and site plan approval for the market-rate, multi-family development at 20 Lydia Lane, said Planning Director Tex Haeuser. Each one- and two-bedroom unit will have a deck and/or patio. Four units on the 6.4-acre property will be designed for handicapped accessibility. The complex’s parking areas and sidewalks will connect to its mailboxes, trash facility and open space.

The board also endorsed a plan to redevelop the Wok Inn site at 818 Main St. into a two-tenant building, Haeuser said. It will include a 2,322-square-foot Dunkin’ Donuts with drive-up service and a 1,735-square-foot retail space next door. The project will redefine the driveway to align with New York Avenue and the traffic signal on Main Street.