Comments for: Developer makes good use of former Brunswick Naval Air station housing

Posted Aug. 12, 2012, at 6:16 p.m.
Last modified Aug. 13, 2012, at 10:59 a.m.

BRUNSWICK | Paul Clark and his girlfriend, Cari Peterson, didn’t think they could afford to buy a home in Brunswick. So even though they both work in town, when they decided to upgrade from their apartment they looked elsewhere. On Wednesday, Clark stood in his new, sunny living room …

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  • Anonymous

    Maybe that large real estate dealer in bangor can get his hands on this, there’s never enough in his mind….greed.

  • Anonymous

    This is awesome!  How nice for young families to be able to buy affordable homes!  

  • Anonymous

    Sooooooo…………supply goes way up, yet that will have no impact on home prices in the area.
    Interesting…………….theory  lol

  • This is the type stuff that the DECD needs to be using in their try’s to get Bombardiaer moving toward the old BNAS Complex.

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