KITTERY, Maine — Renderings included in the town Planning Board's packet for its Thursday meeting offer a first look at the proposed appearance of a more than 300-unit apartment plan off Interstate 95 and Dennett Road.

Comprised of studios and one-bedroom apartments, the proposal by land owners William Cullen and Sail Away LLC and applicant William Wharff, a real estate developer from Massachusetts, will go before the Planning Board for the second time, this time for a review of the preliminary site plan.

The proposal first went before the board in May, calling for three parcels totaling 23.3 acres at 76 Dennett Road to be merged to make way for four residential buildings, each of them four stories.

As proposed, one residential building with a mixed-use first floor component, possibly retail, food or office space, would be situated at the front of the property, along Dennett Road, while the other three residential buildings would sit back closer to Interstate 95. Developers have previously stated they’ve intentionally situated as much development towards the interstate as possible.

New details going before the board this week include the proposed inclusion of a pool, outdoor amenity space and a nature trail.

As proposed, the plan does not seek waivers and does not encroach on wetlands.

Wharff’s proposal is the first to hit the town’s new mixed-use neighborhood zone, which is approximately 90 acres off Dennett Road and Interstate 95. In a town-led change from the land’s original zoning designation as a business park, the Planning Board and Town Council both approved the zoning change last year. The switch drew abundant push back from residents at numerous public meetings, where people expressed concerns about what the zoning change could mean for the area’s character, traffic, and natural environment, as it encourages more dense development and an active neighborhood.

Wharff previously stated he hopes his development will fill a gap for young people and service workers, for example, as well as people looking to downsize their housing.

Thursday's Planning Board meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Town Hall.