Brunswick Landing may add first tenant in former control tower building

Brunswick Landing, the former Navy air station that’s now a 3,200-acre business park with over 150 companies, may soon be adding its first tenant to the building that once oversaw military takeoffs and touchdowns.

The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority is finalizing a lease with an educational institution for about two-thirds of the 15,661-square-foot control tower building, MRRA Executive Director Kristine Logan told Mainebiz on Monday. Read more

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