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.
Early Assistance has been requested by YBA Architects for a project at 6129 N Lombard St:
New 4 story mixed use development commercial 1st floor 42 apartments with 18 parking spaces.
Early Assistance has been requested by Green Hammer for a project at 20 NE Tillamook St:
Proposal is for five buildings with a total of 17 units of residential 1-3 bedroom apartments with eight spaces of off-street parking.
Early Assistance has been requested by Works Partnership for a project at 87 SE Stark St:
Proposal is to construct a new five story parking garage with 250 spaces to support new proposed commercial development at 151 se alder. Existing one story shed to be demolished.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Works Partnership for a project at 550 SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd:
Proposal is for construction of a new 13 story hotel and residential development on one/half block site which is currently paved parking.Site will have ground floor retail with two levels of below grade parking; roof will include decks and amenity space.
A project at 3802 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd has been submitted for Type II Design Review by TVA Architects:
5 story apartment building wit 89 units & parking
A project at 2025 SW Vermont St has been submitted for Type II Design Review by COLAB Architecture:
Multi dwelling development of household living use. Ten units total with associated site improvements. ROW improvements and dedications for SW Vermont and SW Idaho streets per separate Public Works Permit.
A project at 3434 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for Type II Design Review by C2K Architecture:
Renovation of existing building to include retail and commercial uses along Sandy Boulevard and development mechanic’s shop into commercial bakery. Existing parking to be converted to amenity space.
A project at 2510 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for Type II Design Review by Brett Schulz Architect:
New construction of five story with mezzanine building with 90 residential units, three retail spaces and 19 surface parking stalls.
A project at 930 NW 14th Ave has been submitted for Type III Design Review by Bora Architects:
Construction of a new 10-story mixed-use building with ground floor retail, office space on floors 2-4, and residential units on floors 5-10. Two levels of below grade parking with 143 spaces proposed – with the garage entrance on NW14th.
A project at 1500 SW Taylor St has been submitted for Type III Design Review by SERA Architects:
11-story residential apartment development over below-grade structured parking.
A project at 1525 N Webster St has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Portland Architecture:
New 4 story apartment building with 29 units with associated site work
The Grant Warehouse Redevelopment at 3368 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by Carleton Hart Architecture:
New 5 story, multi-family building with 80 units and ground floor retail (future). Site work includes new parking, circulation paths and landscaping.
A building permit was issued to Mackenzie for the renovation of the Iron Fireman building at 4784 SE 17th Ave:
Core and shell build out of 78,246 SF of 108,066 SF building; 2 exterior steel exit discharge stairs, 1 new exit access stair, new entrance stair and ramp. Add interior walls to create 10 new tenant spaces, lobby area, common restrooms, bike storage area; voluntary seismic upgrade. No occupancy this permit. Separate tenant improvement permits required.
A building permit was issued to Geza Development for a project at 1775 N Lombard St (formerly 1841 N Lombard):
New 3 story – 18 unit apartment building – with associated site utilities and landscaping-attached trash enclosure
A building permit was issued to Marathon Acquisition and Development for the Mississippi Apartments (East) at 777 N Cook St:
New mixed use 5 story building, first floor parking, first floor commercial use and apartments with apartments above
I wondered what was going on with the Central Eastside food cart pod….very interesting!