ROCKLAND — An application was filed with the city to replace a downtown commercial building.

The application was filed Sept. 23 by architect Zel Bowman-Laberge on behalf of the property owner, Amy O’Donnell of Tenants Harbor, for 470 Main St.

Detailed plans were not submitted to the code office. The Rockland Planning Board is expected to review the project in December.

The existing wooden building is two-and-a-half stories with a footprint of about 1,200 square feet. O’Donnell purchased the property in January 2020. The building was built in 1900, according to city assessment records.

The new building would have retail on the first floor and apartments on the upper floors. The $400,000 project would take 10 months to complete.