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 June 3rd to June 9th, 2019.
Design Advice has been requested for the Toyoko Inn at SW 3rd & Oak:
Development of Toyoko Inn economy hotel with approximately 600 rooms.
Early Assistance has been requested by Benner Stange Associates Architects for a project at 7438 N Oswego Ave:
New 18-unit, 2-story apartment building (to meet community design standards). Two drywells for storm water. They will be using amenity bonuses per 33.120.265.
A project at 1408 N Kilpatrick St has been submitted for a Pre-Permit Zoning Plan Check by R & B Design Studio:
Building 2 of 2, to be built on east 8,343 SF portion of site. Three story, 18 affordable housing units. Associated with entire site utility/grading permit 18-280322-UTL-01-CO and to be reviewed concurrently with Building 2 MT permit. For stormwater disposal methods, please see stormwater management plan attached.
A building permit was issued to Doug Circosta Architect for the Wild Ginger Apartments at 220-250 SE 143rd Ave:
New 60 unit 100% affordable housing apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 100 12 new apartment units, short term bicycle parking and covered porch, includ
New 60 unit 100% affordable housing apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 200 12 new apartment units
New 60 unit 100% affordable housing apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 300 18 new apartment units and short term bicycle parking
New 60 unit 100% affordable housing apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 400 12 new apartment units
New 60 unit 100% affordable housing apartment complex in 5 buildings. Building 500 6 new apartment units, trash enclosure and laundry, and long-term bike parking.
A building permit was issued for a project at 475 NE 74th Ave:
Construct new 3 story (12) unit apartment building with associated site work
Wild Ginger Apartments: a master class in avoiding Inclusionary Zoning.
Huh? Did you read it? It’s 100% affordable.