The group, Ames &: Ames Architects and Engineers, would like to develop 33-hundred acres on the Schoodic peninsula.
The land is near the Schoodic Point section of Acadia national park.
During the meeting many residents argued against the plan, saying that the area is fine the way it is.
Still, Ames &: Ames hope residents warm up to the idea of an eco-community on the peninsula. With the current plan including housing, a golf course, hotels, and lodges.
An environmental education center is also in the blueprints.
According to the developers, two-thirds of the acreage would be preserved, and off-limits to development.
The plan is still in the early planning stages, with no timetable for construction.