BRUNSWICK (AP) — Brunswick’s Planning Board is scheduled to review two separate Bowdoin College building projects this week.

The board meets Tuesday to discuss a plan by the school to tear down a building on Maine Street and replace it with a new administrative office building, as well as a proposal to turn the former Stevens Retirement Home on Harpswell Road into student housing.

College officials said the new Maine Street building will cost about $2.4 million and fit in with the surrounding architecture. It would be home to about 30 college employees and would not require additional parking spaces.

College officials told The Times Record ( ) the Stevens building would be a “quiet, chemical-free” dormitory for about 35 students.

The Town Council in April approved a zoning change for the site.

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