Metro Reports: Modern Times Brewing, 3000 SE Powell, 4708 NE Sandy, and more

A project by Koz Development at 4708 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review. The development is located on a site currently home to a single story bank building. The new building will incorporate new space for Umpqua Bank, including a drive through facility.

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits processed in the previous week. We publish the highlights. This post covers October 22nd to October 28th, 2018. 

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 2781 NW Sussex Ave:

Develop property with a 6-plex.

Early Assistance has been requested by Alamo Manhattan for a project on South Waterfront Blocks 41, 42, 44 and 45:

Project including four separate mid-rise structures with a mixed-use program comprised of multi-family housing (approximately 1,026 units total), commercial and parking uses. Parking for approximately 625 cars will be provided overall. The project will also include greenway improvements and infrastructure.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by ZGF Architects to discuss a project at 1202 NW Irving St:

Approximately 10-story/170,000 gsf hotel including a ground floor lobby, one floor of below grade parking and a rooftop amenity

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Holst Architecture to discuss a project at 830 SE 102nd Ave:

Construction of up to 80,000 SF rehabilitation center to include residential and outpatient chemical dependency treatment facilities for adults and youth

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Holst Architecture to discuss a project at 3000 SE Powell Blvd:

This is a Portland Housing Bond project. New affordable housing structure(s) of approximately 120-200 units.

A project at 2514 NE Flanders St has been submitted for building permit review:

New (3) story, (6) unit apartment building, located mid block, includes associated sitework

A project at 4708 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review:

New 6 story mixed use building with 112 living units above tenant space, bike parking, parking, mechanical rooms, and trash room on first level, includes associated site work *** mechanical permit to be separate ***

A project at 212 SE 143rd Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Doug Circosta Architect:

New 60 unit apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 100 apartment units, short term bicycle parking and covered porch

New 60 unit apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 200 12 new apartment units

New 60 unit apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 300 18 new apartment units and short term bicycle parking

New 60 unit apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 400 12 new apartment units

New 60 unit apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 500 6 new apartment units, trash enclosure and laundry

A building permit was issued to Woodblock Architecture for Modern Times Brewing at 600 SE Belmont St:

TI and addition for new tenant and partial change of occupancy from F to A, S, and B; new mezzanine over trash and office, new walk in cooler, bar, canning, tasting room on main floor; new rooftop patio, (2) egress stairs, (2) bathrooms and elevator ***ossc seismic upgrade***

Building permits were issued for three buildings at 6400 SW Canyon Ct:

Building 1 – 76 units, 4 stories of living over 2 stories of below grade parking and site utilities

Building 3 – 59 units, 3 stories over 1 story of structured parking

Building 4 – 60 units, 3 stories of living over 1 floor of structural parking

A building permit was issued for a project at 2108 NE Everett St and 2155 NE Davis St:

New construction of 3 story 6unit bldg with detached 102sf trash enclosure bldg A fronts NE Everett st, work to include site utilites and improvements

New construction of 3 story 6unit bldg with detached 102sf trash enclosure bldg B fronts NE Davis working to include site utilites and improvements

 

Weekly Roundup: Overlook Apartments, Multnomah County Health Dept HQ, Rothko Pavilion, and more

The Multnomah County Health Department HQ has reached its full height

The Willamette Week reported that the Overlook Restaurant will close on January 21st. The diner at 1332 N Skidmore St will be replaced by the Overlook apartments, which will include 158 residential units.

The first new build affordable housing project financed with the voter approved $258 million housing bond will be on the site of the former Safari Showclub at 3000 SE Powell, writes the Oregonian.

The Multnomah County Health Department HQ has topped out, according to the Business Tribune. Completion is scheduled for early 2019.

By a 3-1 vote the Portland Art Museum received city council blessing to enclosure a pedestrian plaza and move forward with the Rothko Pavilion.

Weekly Roundup: PSU Karl Miller Center, Ankeny Apartments, 3000 SE Powell, and more

PSU Karl Miller

Construction is wrapping up on the PSU Karl Miller Center, designed by Behnisch Architecten and SRG Partnership

The DJC reported that Portland is considering a voluntary inclusionary housing program*, at a cost of $50 million over 10 years, designed to create affordable units in projects submitted prior to the city’s mandatory inclusionary housing program.

The Portland City Council voted to approve a revised design for the Ankeny Apartments, overturning an earlier denial by the Design Commission, writes the Business Tribune.

The Portland Business Journal wrote about 5 business takeaways from Portland’s proposed Central City 2035 plan.

The Oregonian reported on plans to tear down a SE Portland strip club at 3000 SE Powell Blvd to build affordable housing.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has been slow to deliver on promise of affordable housing, according to the Oregonian.

In an interview with the Willamette Week city council candidate Jo Ann Hardesty’s described the N/NE Portland Preference Policy as “most ludicrous, arrogant, obnoxious policy imaginable.”

The Business Tribune looked at the PSU Karl Miller Center, which is set to open in 6 weeks. The DJC published photos of the nearly completed building.

Portland Monthly wrote about how Providence Park is about to get a major expansion.

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Weekly Roundup: 3000 SE Powell, Laurel 42, Lloyd Center, and more

Lloyd West Anchor Remodel

Work has wrapped up on the original scope of the Lloyd Center remodel, however future phases will now include repurposing the anchor building formerly occupied by Nordstrom.

The DJC reported that unreinforced masonry building owners are fuming over a mandatory seismic retrofit proposal*.

Portland For Everyone interviewed “Surly Urbanist” Jamaal Green about building a pro-housing political alliance.

The Business Tribune reported on a study that ranks Portland No. 21 out of 50 metro areas in terms of hardest cities to add necessary new apartments.

According to the Willamette Week, the Portland Housing Bureau will purchase a property at 3000 SE Powell Blvd, which could be developed into as many as 300 units of affordable housing.

Oregon could “lose $80 million a year in federal housing funding in the proposed White House budget”, writes the Oregonian.

The Hollywood Star News wrote about Laurel 42, the six story project with mechanical parking rising in Hollywood.

The Business Tribune reported that Pearl West, Portland’s first post-recession office building, has been sold by its developer to LaSalle Investment Management.

The Oregonian wrote about how the Lloyd Center Remodel is a lot bigger than originally planned. The new entry plaza and helical stair opened last week, but will be joined in the future by the West Anchor Remodel and East Anchor Remodel, where a new cinema will replace a portion of the space currently occupied by Sears.

The DJC published construction photos of the Field Officecurrently rising in Northwest Portland.

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