Metro Reports: St Philip Neri Affordable Housing, 1541 SW Market, 3114 SE Belmont, and more

The St Philip Neri Affordable Housing will include the retention of the 1952 Pietro Belluschi-designed church; the adaptive reuse of the 1913 church; and the construction of a new three story building at SE Division and 16th.

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 January 11th, 2021 to January 17th, 2021.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by SERA Architects and Catholic Charities to discuss the St Philip Neri Affordable Housing at 2408 SE 16th Ave:

St Philip Neri redevelopment project is a total of 50-unit affordable, permanent supportive housing project located on the St. Philip Neri Parish at 2408 SE 16th Ave, Portland, OR 97214 in the Hosford Abernethy Neighborhood District. This redevelopment stems from the City of Portland¿s Expanding Opportunities for Affordable Housing Initiative which rezoned the St. Philip Neri Parish parcel to an RM2 allowing for medium density affordable and permanent supportive housing on the site. A total of 50 units of permanent supportive housing will divided between the adaptive reuse of the existing 1913 Church housing 13 units and a new 3-story construction along the SE Division Street housing 37 units and supportive services spaces. The project will be in collaboration with Catholic Charities of Oregon and the St. Philip Neri Parish and will be specifically targeted to serve families in the community who are most in need. The stormwater will be managed on site via bio swales and
stormwater planters.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by McGuirl Design & Architecture to discuss a project at 1541 SW Market St:

Scope of work: Demolish non-conforming office building. New 9-story structure with basement. Multi-family as an Affordable Housing Project. Stormwater disposal to utilize flow through planters

A project at 4385 and 4405 N Vancouver Ave has been submitted building permit review:

PDOX PS – construct new 3 story 10 unit apartment building with basement and associated site work

PDOX PS – construct new 3 story 10 unit apartment building with associated site work

A project at 3114 SE Belmont St has been submitted building permit review:

New 5-story 25 unit apartment bldg. and associated site work. w/20-217527-MT, 20-217530-CO

Northbound 30 Collaborative Approved by Design Commission (images)

Last August the Design Commission approved the Northbound 30 Collaborative, a collection of eight five-story residential buildings designed by Jones Architecture and Waechter Architecture, for local developer Noel Johnson. The development will include 145 residential units in total. The buildings will be framed with cross-laminated timber.

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News Roundup: ARCOA, Hotel Grand Stark, Hyatt Place, and more

The ARCOA Mixed Use will wrap around the historic ARCOA building at 1006 SE Grand, with an eight story mass at the corner of SE 6th and Yamhill and a three story mass facing SE Grand.

The ARCOA Mixed Use at SE 6th and Yamhill gained approval from the Historic Landmarks Commission*, reports the Daily Journal of Commerce.

The Port of Portland looking at alternative uses or sale of major assets to further new ‘shared prosperity’ initiative, reports the Oregonian ($). The Portland Diamond Project has let an option on the Port’s Terminal 2 property lapse.

Portland’s Bureau of Development Services is laying off 13 staff members, according to OPB. The Bureau is almost entirely reliant on permit fees, which have dropped sharply.

Willamette Week reported that OMSI is looking to develop a gathering space for the Native American community along the Willamette.

City Council rejected the appeal against the Hyatt Place and Allison Residences in the Pearl, according to Willamette Week.

The boutique Hotel Grand Stark (previously known as the Hotel Chamberlain) will feature two new restaurants from Submarine Hospitality, writes the Oregonian ($).

The Oregonian ($) reports that the Lloyd Center is “on the brink as businesses depart en masse.”

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Metro Reports: 5542 NE Killingsworth, 4729 SW Taylors Ferry and 1675 NE 41st

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 January 4th, 2021 to January 10th, 2021.

Early Assistance has been requested by Holst Architecture for a project at 5542 NE Killingsworth St:

REVIEW UNDER CURRENT CODE: Residential infill affordable housing development with approximately (63) units with associated on-site parking and site improvements. Stormwater will be managed on site in accordance with BES standards.

Early Assistance has been requested by Holst Architecture for a project West of 4729 SW Taylors Ferry Rd:

REVIEW UNDER CURRENT CODE: Residential infill affordable housing development with approximately (22) units with associated on-site parking and site improvements. Stormwater will be managed on site in accordance with BES standards.

A building permit was issued to Doug Circosta Architect for a project at 1675 NE 41st Ave:

PDOX PS – new 5 story 17 unit apartment building with associated site work; site work to include common area and detached trash enclosure < 120 sf ***mechanical permit to be separate***