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September 29, 2016

Zoning changes could bring condos to Peaks Island

Peaks Island could be home to over a dozen condominiums if a proposed zoning change from North Carolina-developer Kevin Carter gets the green light from Portland officials.

The Portland Press Herald reported that Carter, who has family ties to Peaks Island, is looking to amend the zoning code for the parcel at 2 Island Ave. Currently the parcel is an island business zone, which prevents multi-family homes with more than four units, so Carter has requested changes that would allow up to 14 units in one building.

“It’s more expensive to build on the island, of course,” Carter told the Press Herald. “You really need the larger number of units in order to make the units affordable.”

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