Plans for a 13,000-square-foot office building that had residents of Vine Street seeing red have been put on hold for now.

Lloyd Wentworth recently removed the larger of two buildings from an application with the city to construct new commercial space behind the Wentworth building at 147 Waldo Ave.

Wentworth's original proposal included new one-story, 1,920-square-foot building, to be built directly behind the existing 15,438-square-foot health service offices building. The new building would be occupied by New World Organics, a medical marijuana caregiver that currently has an office in the main building, according to a representative of the project.

A second phase of construction proposed another building, standing two stories tall with a footprint of 6,786 square feet and total area of 13,572 square feet. The building was proposed to Vine Street, a residential cut-through between High Street and Waldo Avenue.

Speaking to the Planning Board last month, Wentworth said he was in talks with potential renters of the office space but had not settled on a tenant or specific use.

The west end of Vine Street currently is zoned for commercial development, but neighbors said the new building would be out of character on the otherwise residential street.

The revised plan is scheduled for Planning Board review at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, in City Hall, Belfast.