Metro Reports: 1685 SE Umatilla, NW 13th and Glisan, 710 E Burnside and more

17th & Umatilla

1685 SE Umatilla by Myhre Group Architects

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

Mackenzie have requested Design Advice for a project at NW 13th and Glisan:

Design Advice Request for a new 6-story mixed use building.

Polyphon Architecture and Design have requested Design Advice for a project at 710 E Burnside:

Proposed 11-story mixed use building.

Baysinger Partners have requested Early Assistance to discuss the conversion of a building at 8000 NE Tillamook:

Project will remodel the existing building with 33,100 sf grocery user, 51,000 sf office use and 50 residential units. Two new retail pad buildings will be constructed totaling 23,000 sf.

WDC Properties have requested Early Assistance to discuss a project at 233 NW 16th Ave:

Remove existing building. Construct a new multi-story mixed-use building with on site parking. Onsite storm water disposal. Intending to meet the community design standards.

Brett Schulz Architect has requested Early Assistance to discuss a project at 8307 N Ivanhoe St:

Proposed 3 story apartment building with 14 units and retail space. Wants to meet community design standards.

Robert Freeman Architecture have requested Early Assistance to discuss a project at 8150 N Lombard St:

Proposed two story apartment complex with 16 units, no onsite parking. Would like to meet community design standards.

A building permit was issued to Urban Development Group for a project at 1685 SE Umatilla:

New 4 story wood frame apartment building with underground parking ; basement parking to include new bike storage, trash enclosure, dog wash room, and 3 apartment units;

 

1 thought on “Metro Reports: 1685 SE Umatilla, NW 13th and Glisan, 710 E Burnside and more

  1. Another monstrosity from Myhre Group. They consistently churn out future American Property Management shacks with each new design. It’s amazing how little shame they have.

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