Metro Reports: 2761 NE Halsey, 6003 SE Milwaukie, Con-way Block 290 and more

Con-way Block 290, as presented to the Design Commission during Design Advice

Con-way Block 290, as presented to the Design Commission during Design Advice

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits. We publish the highlights.

Urban Development Group have requested Early Assistance for a project at 2761 NE Halsey St :

New 3-story apartment building with 29 one- and two-bedroom units.

Brett Schulz Architect has requested Early Assistance for a project at 5209 SE 18th Ave: 

Proposal to demolish existing SFR’s, consolidate lots, and build new 6-story apt building with ground floor parking

Urban Development Group have requested Early Assistance for a project at 6003 SE Milwaukie Ave:

Proposed 4 story apartment building with underground parking and basement.

SERA Architects have scheduled a Pre-Application Conference to discuss a project at 1732 NW Quimby St:

A 6-story market rate apartment building with approximately 115 units and basement parking.

YBA Architects have submitted Con-way Block 290 for Design Review:

Project is for a six story mixed-use multifamily structure located within the NW master plan. 105 parking spaces will be provided for the residents in a below-grade parking level accessed via ramp at NW Pettygrove.

FFA Architecture have submitted a project at 915 NW 21st Ave for building permit review:

New 4 story mixed use building, (2) ground floor retail spaces and (31) parking spaces, 27 apartment units on floors 2-4.

One thought on “Metro Reports: 2761 NE Halsey, 6003 SE Milwaukie, Con-way Block 290 and more

  1. “5209 SE 18th Ave:

    Proposal to demolish existing SFR’s, consolidate lots, and build new 6-story apt building with ground floor parking”

    This is a real shame, given the city’s need for housing – demolishing viable single-family housing (which will never realistically increase in number in Portland), when there are a number of surface parking lots nearby. They are likely zoned for industrial or similar. But at the very least, there should be no new surface parking for these apartments.

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