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 May 4th, 2020 to May 10th, 2020.
Early Assistance has been requested by Quilici Architecture & Design for a project at 6825 SW 45th Ave:
The Gabriel is a new 121 unit apartment building with 112 parking spaces. The building will be 4 stories of wood frame construction over 1 story of concrete construction. Levels 1-4 will be wood frame and contain residential uses. The basement parking level will be concrete and contain parking and 2 residential units. The ground floor (Level 1) includes the entry lobby and common area spaces. The building will have full automatic sprinkler systems with fire protection as prescribed by code.
Early Assistance has been requested by Koble Creative Architecture for a project at 1460 NE Prescott St:
New three-story mixed-use building and associated site improvements on occupied lot.
A Pre-Application Conference has been schedule by Emerick Architects to discuss the Mann House at 1021 NE 33rd Ave:
The conversion of an existing 51,000sf historic group-living complex into an affordable housing complex. With a new 36,000sf addition and a future, 32,000sf stand alone building to be added to the site, a total of 128 new affordable housing units will be created. New dry wells and stormwater basins will be added to the site for on-site stormwater filtration.
Cathedral Village at 8614 N Crawford Street has been submitted for a Type II Adjustment Review by MWA Architects:
100-day review timeline. Adjustment requested to 33.130.222, Maximum Building Length, to allow the required 7′ porch to have its roof extend into the required 20′ setback. Adjustment requested to 33.130.242, Transit Street Main Entrance, for an entrance required every 200′ of building length. Cathedral Village Apartments, 4-story apartment building with 110 affordable family apartments. The unit mix will be (11) 3-bedrooms, (45) 2-bedrooms, (37) 1-bedrooms and (17) studios. There will be resident services on the ground floor and 37 parking spaces. There is a basement level at the NW corner of the building that will house bike parking and storage.
A building permit was issued to Waechter Architecture for a project at 4224 N Mississippi Ave:
New 3 story mixed use building, group B offices on first and second floor, (1) R-3 apartment on third floor, includes associated sitework *** mechanical permit separate ***
Buildings permits were issued for buildings on the University of Portland Franz Campus (also known as the River Campus) at 6210, 6320 and 6350 N Van Houten Pl:
Track & Field complex including a 523 seat covered Grandstand (Part C on Plans): Construction of a new Collegiate Track & Field Facility including 6 lighting poles. See Comments
New 12,880 sf Boathouse and Environmental Lab building w/ 2,389 sf mezzanine. Work includes utility infrastructure, stormwater facilities, grading, paving, sitework & site lighting, and Greenway trail. See Comments
New single story, slab on grade, 46,682 sf physical plant with related mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and site work. Type II B Non-combustible construction, fully fire sprinklered. Separate PT and ET required. See Comments
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 February 3rd, 2020 to February 9th, 2020.
Design Advice was requested by Emerick Architects for the Anna Mann House at 1021 NE 33rd Ave:
The conversion of an existing 51,000sf historic group living complex into an affordable housing complex. With a new 36,000sf addition and a future, 32,000sf stand alone building to be added to the site, a total of 128 new affordable housing units will be created. The intention is to include on-site filtration methods pending the results of the geotechnical report.
A foundation permit for the Modera Morrison at 1120 SE Morrison St was submitted for review by SERA Architects
MODERA MORRISON – Foundation, excavation, and shoring for new 7-story apartment building with 1.5 levels below grade parking
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 December 9thto December 15th, 2019.
Design Advice has been requested by Works Progress Architecture for the Westwind Apartments at 327 NW 6th Ave:
Construction of a new, 7 story, mixed-use building on a quarter block site. The proposal includes 70 short term single room occupancy units There will be 30 studio apartments as well as Central City Concern offices and community spaces. There are two Type B loading spaces with access from NW Flanders. This proposal is funded by the Portland Housing Bureau.
Early Assistance has been requested by Emerick Architects for the Mann House at 1021 NE 33rd Ave:
Project to convert the Mann House into an affordable housing complex serving low income families. By renovating the existing 51,000sf building and creating a new, 36,000sf addition, 88 total units will be created (8 three-bedrooms, 35 two-bedrooms and 45 one-bedrooms).
Early Assistance has been requested by Creighton Architecture for a project at 7150 N Greenwich Ave:
Demolish existing house, build new 3-story apartment building, 18 units.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 208 SE 148th Ave:
Multifamily development with approximately 150 dwelling units. Proposed stormwater disposal methods not yet identified. Since the last EA (19-219779) the project has decided to follow design guidelines instead of community design standards. Updated draft elevations will be shown this time.
A Pre-Application has been scheduled by Works Progress Architecture to discuss a project at 1642 NE Sandy Blvd:
Construction of a new 4-story hotel with lobby and commercial space on ground floor. Existing single story building to partially remain and new build will be constructed above and adjacent. Stormwater will be managed on site.
Changes to the previously approved project at 550 SE MLK has been submitted for a Type II Design Review by GBD Architects:
Review to amend LU 17-109848 approved on 12/14/17. Application proposes changes to the courtyard at the NE quarter of the half block site. The proposal removes the tiered seating area at the south end of the site and adds an accessiible ramp with a canopy over it (connecting the adjacent Hotel Chamberlin “loading dock”) additional planters (and trees) and fixed benches for seating. Application also requests a single Standard A loading space be allowed in lieu of two Standard A loading spaces required by 33.266.310. Historic New Logus Block building
A project with two buidlings at 1463 NE Killingsworth St has been submitted for building permit review by Mentrum Architecture:
New 3 story, 19 units apartment building and associated site works. Partial retail on ground floor. Trash enclosure inside building.
Construction of new 3-story, 19-unit apartment building with ground-floor commercial.
A project at 1605 N Rosa Parks Way has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3 story 18 unit apartment building, detached trash enclosure less than 120 sq ft, utilities and site improvements.
A project at 4224 N Interstate Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Design Department Architecture:
Construct new 4 story story mixed use building with 3 retail spaces on ground floor and 15 units in floors 2-4; retail spaces are shell only future TI permits under separate permit
A project at 5834 N Greeley Ave has been submitted for building permit review:
Construct 3 story 14 unit apartment building with associated site work
A project at 1130 NE Alberta St has been submitted for building permit review by Lever Architecture:
Construct new 5 story mixed use building with underground parking; main floor to include gym space and tenant space with no occupancy under this permit; 2nd fl gym and shell office spaces; 2-5fl hotel co-housing units
A building permit was issued for the south building on South Waterfront Block 40 at 3883 SW Moody Ave:
New 245,000 sq. ft./ 7-story/ 232 room apartment building, with 2 levels of parking below building. First floor has commercial spaces and amenities.
A building permit was issued for a project at 2464 SE 82nd Ave:
Construct 16,130 sf. retail building, shell only, with associated site work; w/18-174896-CO (trash enclosure) & 18-174902-MT. Tenant improvement permits to establish occupancy, shall include plumbling requirements, interior ceiling & wall finishes, emergency lighting, exit signs, comcheck for interior lighting for tenant space. W/18-174896-CO & 18-174902-MT
A building permit was issued for the Tru by Hilton at 7077 NE 82nd Ave:
Construct 4-story, 98 guestroom, with 98 on-site parking, and associated site work *** w/18-127470-MT *** trash enclosure under 18-127473-CO *** porte cochere under 18-136694-CO ***
A building permit was issued for a project at 11864 NE Halsey St:
New 4 story self storage facility and associated site work to include parking lot *** w/detached trash enclosure 19-119039-CO *** w/ 19-119041-MT ***
The City of Portland declared that it’s on track to meet housing bond’s goals, according to the Oregonian. At a press conference it was announced that nine projects will receive funding through the bond: 115th at Division Street in Powellhurst-Gilbert; The Susan Emmons in Northwest; Anna Mann House in Kerns; Cathedral Village in Cathedral Park; The Joyce Hotel in Downtown; Las Adelitas in Cully; NE Prescott in Cully; the Stark Street Project in Glenfair; and the The Westwind in Old Town.
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The Portland Business Journal reported that Laurelhurst’s Mann House could become affordable housing. Nonprofit developer Innovative Housing is under contract to purchase the mansion, with plans to turn it into 80 apartments. Rents would be affordable to families with incomes of between 30 and 60 percent of the median family income.
Two proposals in Old Town Chinatown are moving forward*, according to the Daily Journal of Commerce. At Block 25 Key Development is proposing an eight story cross-laminated timber building and a nineteen story tower. The project team includes Japanese firms Shigeru Ban Architects and Earthscape, along with Portland’s GBD Architects. At 4th & Burnside Colas Development is proposing a building of between five and seven stories, with a multicultural food venue; office space on the second floor for Colas and the Bing Kong Tong Chinese Benevolent Association; and housing above that.