Developer aims lower with revised Portland condo plan

A Saco-based developer has submitted plans for a four-story condominium complex on Sheridan Street in Portland, a revised version of the plan that prompted new protections for the view from a historic park on Munjoy Hill.

Bernie Saulnier of Saulnier Development is requesting approval for a 19-unit building at 155 Sheridan St. The design appears to comply with the recently approved height restrictions and includes a “green roof” with planters to improve the view of the building from above. The project would cost an estimated $5 million to build, according to the site plan application.

Last year, Saulnier floated plans to build a six-story complex in the same place. But Munjoy Hill residents worried the condos would obstruct the sweeping view from Fort Sumner Park. A popular spot to watch sunsets, the park overlooks the downtown, Bayside and Back Cove areas.

Saulnier met with neighborhood residents and reduced the

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