Weekly Roundup: Charlotte B. Rutherford Place, 2628 SE Belmont, POPS, and more

Central City Concern’s Charlotte B. Rutherford Place is now open.

The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about Charlotte B. Rutherford Place, a 51-unit apartment complex in Arbor Lodge that aims to provide affordable housing for people with ties to the area*.

The Oregonian reported that the Portland Online Permitting System (POPS) will “save time, frustration, but might be finished late, over budget“.

According to the Portland Mercury new owners are set to take over SE Portland bar Hanigan’s Tavern, also known as The Vern. An early assistance application had previously been submitted to redevelop the site at 2628 SE Belmont St with a 44-unit, apartment building.

The Oregonian reported that the City’s annual State of Housing Report showed record levels of apartment construction helped slow rents increases. Housing however remains out of reach for many in the city.

OPB covered how Oregon’s love of industrial land will affect the ability of the Portland Diamond Project to build a baseball stadium at the Terminal 2 site.

*This article will be unlocked for the rest of this week. After this week it will only be viewable by DJC subscribers.

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