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 November 4th to November 10th, 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested by Salazar Architect for Las Adelitas at 6723 N Killingsworth St:
141-unit affordable housing building. Ground floor uses include offices, community room, head start classroom, event space courtyard, and plaza. Drywells are proposed for on-site stormwater disposal.
Early Assistance has been requested by Ankrom Moisan Architects for a project at 115th at Division St at 11518 SE Division St:
Large Division will consist of 138 units of affordable housing, serving households at 30% and 60% Area Median Income (“AMI”). Seven (7) units will be set aside for Permanent Supportive Housing (“PSH”) intended to serve homeless households, or at risk of homelessness. The project will consist of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units ranging in size from 416 sf to 1,028 sf.
Early Assistance has been requested by Reilly Signature Homes for a project at SW 18th & Mill St Terrace:
Development of new 4 story condo building with 10 condos, with parking on main level
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Works Progress Architecture to discuss the redevelopment of the Westwind Apartments at 327 NW 6th Ave:
Construction of a new, 7 story, mixed-use building on a quarter block site. Project includes 70 transient housing units (SROs) with PHB funding, 30 studio apartments and Central City Concern offices and community spaces.
A Pre-Permit Zoning Plan Check has been requested for a project at 6814 N Greenwich Ave:
Two new 3 story multi-family buildings using Community Design Standards. Buildings include basements and L03 mezzanine. Building occupancy is R-2. No off street parking. Stormwater method utilizes on-site drywell.
Conway Block 291E, at the southwest corner of NW Raleigh & 20th, has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by SERA Architects:
Block 219 East will be 6 story market rate apartment building with 200 residential units and basement parking in the Con-Way Master Plan area in the Northwest Plan District.
A project at 3106 SW 12th Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Stewart Gordon Straus Architect:
New 4-story 34 unit apartment building with associated site work; onsite parking ***mechanical permit to be separate***
A building permit is under review for Kilpatrick II at 1408 N Kilpatrick St:
New construction of 18 housing units in a 3-story building on East portion of site. This is buildng 2 of 2. Building 1 was under 18-280322-CO. Utility and grading for entire site was under 18-280322-UTL-01-CO
review w/ 19-212350-MT New 16 story tower with 3 story podium, courtyard, and 1 below grade level for parking. Building will be a senior living community with 110 units of R-2 occupancy independent senior living, 131 parking stalls in below-grade parking with total GSF of 296,500 with 42,000 of that amount being below-grade parking. Active uses will be provided along 13th Avenue (per 33.510.225).
An excavation and shoring permit was issued to Ankrom Moisan Architects for the Grand Avenue Mixed Use at 465 NE Davis St:
EXC 01 – Excavation and shoring permit
A building permit was issued for a project at 20 NE 60th Ave:
Construct new 4 story 14 unit apartment building with parking on main fl and associated site work
Portland Architecturewrote about the winners of this year’s American Institute of Architects’ Portland Architecture Awards. The Redfox Commons received a Honor Award; Tillamook Row received a 2030 Award for sustainability; the River District Navigation Center and Jarrett Street 12 were among the projects that received Merit Awards; Silica, the OHSU Center for Health and Healing South and the Oregon Conservation Center received Citation Awards; while 7 Southeast Stark received a Citation Award for an unbuilt project.
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 October 28th to November 3rd, 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested for a renovation and addition to the University of Portland Physical Plant Building:
Complete renovation of the Physical Plant building that will also include an extensive addition. A pedestrian plaza will replace the existing upper parking lot and connect to the main campus quad east of Shiley Hall. A few heritage trees will be preserved to help define public outdoor space. A new outdoor plaza space will be created on the west side of the building to support student project space and provide on grade access to Level 2. A new building mounted canopy is planned to create covered outdoor work space ouside the Adaptable Large Projects spaces on Level 1, on the north side of the building. Demolish much of Level 3 of the existing building and then expand it and build a new Level 4 on top. A new parking garage is proposed to be located along the west bluff, and will incorporate four levels of teired parking (accommodating 208 standard size parking stalls and 9 ADA sized stalls. This building also includes storage, electrical, and mechanical rooms on the lowest level.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Koble Creative Architecture to discuss a project at 232 NE 97th Ave:
A Pre-Application Conference to discuss construction of a ten-story, 309,060 square foot mixed use building. There are approximately 317 residential units and 3,565 square feet of ground floor commercial space. A proposed new public street, NE Davis Street, would run east/west along the southern edge of the property. Below grade structured parking is proposed with 119 spaces. The access to the parking is from NE Davis.
The Broadway Corridor redevelopment has been submitted for a Type III Central City Master Plan:
Central City Master Plan with an adjustment requested to required active use zones on Lovejoy and Hoyt Streets.
Findley Commons at 5415 SE Powell Blvd has been submitted for a Type III Conditional Use Review:
100-day Review Timeline. The applicant is proposing to construct a new residential structure that includes 20 multi-family units and 15 group living units and will reduce the parking area on the site from 50 spaces to 34 spaces. The applicant is also seeking a lot confirmation to establish four existing legal lots that would compose (and create) a discrete area for the residential project. Parking would be shared between the residential and church uses.
The Society 42 apartments at NE 42nd & Prescott have been submitted for building permit review by Koble Creative Architecture:
New 3 story apartments containing (3) dwelling units; (1) on each floor with (6) sleeping units on the main level; sleeping units have access to cooking facility in main level dwelling unit; interior trash enclosure; associated site work to include patio, landscaping and storm water management; no on site parking; new retaining wall along west and south property line
A building permit was issued to Architecture Building Culture for a project at 6712 N Montana Ave:
New 3 story, 11 unit apartment building. Main floor to include lobby, bike room, and 3 apartment units, 4 units each on 2nd floor and 3rd floor. Includes site work, landscaping, bike parking and covered trash area ***w/ 19-130244-MT***
A building permit was issued for a project at 7171 SE Knight St:
New construction of 3 story, 12-unit apartment building, includes associated sitework
Construction is underway on The Canyons, a ageing-in-place housing concept that focuses on accessibility and barrier-free living. The is being developed by Kaiser Group, with design by sister company PATH Architecture. The development includes a main building with 70 residential units and ground floor retail, plus two smaller buildings with 11 “work units”. 35 vehicular parking spaces are provided in a below-grade garage. 88 bicycle parking spaces are proposed.
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 October 21st to October 27th, 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 7530 N Interstate Ave:
New Construction, Community Design Standards. 140 R-1 and R-2 Multi-family use. 3-story above grade with third floor mezzanine and basement. 18 dwelling units and 13 sleeping units. No off-street vehicular parking. Project to utilize private drywell.
A project at 5632 N Montana Ave has been submitted for a Type II Design Review by Works Progress Architecture:
The proposed development is for 5-story building occupying a quarter city block at N Montana Ave and N Jessup St. The site is currently occupied by (2) lots, with (2) residential structures. The proposed building use includes at-grade lobby, bike storage, and 11 residential units, two of which are at-grade. The main entrance will be located at N Montana Ave., with private residential entrances off the perimeter garden (gate accessed on N Montana). The main entrance is covered with canopy protection. Drywells and a minimum 5′-0″ landscaping buffer are located along the South and East parameters of the site along with patios for at-grade units.
1634 SW Alder St has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by SERA Architects:
New 5-story group living development which includes 114 units with a mix of 2-bed, 1-bed and studio units. Floors 3-5 will be assisted living and floor 2 will house memory care residents. The ground floor will capture the active use amenity spaces and there will also be rooftop amenities and below-grade parking for residents and staff. Three modifications are being requested: maximum building length (33.130.222.B), Sandy Boulevard Plan District height limits in transition zones (33.575.100.C), and setback landscaping (33.130.215.B.2).
A project at 2124 NW Flanders St has been submitted for a Type III Historic Resource Review by Emerick Architects:
Proposal is for four stories of market-rate apartments over a walk-out basement level with 19 residential units and typical utilities. Floors 1-4 are proposed to have outdoor balcony space. The roof is anticipated to incorporate an ecoroof and solar panels. The project has no parking. The site is non-contributing in Alphabet Historic District.
The Multnomah County Courthouse Reuse project has been submitted for a Type III Historic Resource Review by GBD Architects:
Renovation and seismic upgrade of the historic Multnomah County Courthouse. Modification to the ground floor windows. Adjustment to vehicular access.
The Unicorn Bed Apartments at 2171 NW Glisan St have been submitted for a Type III Historic Resource Review by DAO Architecture:
Two proposed 3-story affordble multi-family buildings (each with a basement), focused on providing compact apartment residences for single mothers with children. Project includes (13) 2-BR units, including (1) ADA-accessible unit and a 600 sf day care on basement level. Non contributing resource.
An excavation and shoring permit for the Grand Avenue Mixed Use at 465 NE Davis St has been submitted by Ankrom Moisan Architects:
EXC 01 – Excavation and shoring permit
A building permit was issued for Kōz on Sandy at 2180 NE 47th Ave:
New 6 story type III code guide mixed use building with 112 living units above tenant space, bike parking, parking, mechanical rooms, and trash room on first level, includes associated site work *** mechanical permit to be separate ***
A building permit was issued for Kōz on Killingsworth at 151 N Killingsworth St:
New 4 story mixed use apartment building, 88 units with ground floor commercial and associated sitework ***mechanical permit to be separate***
A masterplan for the redevelopment of the land surrounding the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry has gone in front of the Design Commission to receive Design Advice. Up to two million square feet of development could be accommodated on the site, with a mix of uses that are complementary to OMSI’s operations, including residential and commercial uses. The masterplan is being designed by ZGF Architects, building on earlier work by Snøhetta. Gerding Edlen is acting as development advisor.
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 October 14th to October 20th 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 5106 N Lombard St:
Keep the existing 1902 structure, and build a 20-unit, 5-story apartment behind the existing structure.
Early Assistance has been requested by EPR Design for a project at 2425 NE Alberta St:
Demo house and construct a 4-story building with the 1st level use as commercial. The top 3 stories will be 30 apartment units. No parking on-site. 10′ landscape buffer at the north property line with a 30×20 shared outdoor space. Most units will also have private outdoor space.
Early Assistance has been requested by MWA Architects for Cathedral Village at 8614 N Crawford St:
4 story apartment building with 110 affordable family apartments. The unit mix will be (11) 3 bedroom, (45) 2 bedroom, (39) 1 bedroom and (15) studios. There will be resident services in the ground floor and 48 parking spaces. There is a partial basement level at the SW corner of the building that will house bike parking and storage.
Early Assistance has been requested by Brett Schulz Architect for a project at 6950 N Maryland Ave:
New construction of a multi-family residential development on two adjacent lots. Each development will be comprised of two separate buildings at 3 stories tall with approx 30 unit max of studio & 1-bedroom apartments. Stormwater disposal for both lots will be drywells.
The Division 28 Homes at 2865 SE Division St have been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Hacker architects:
10-unit (approximately 37,000 sf) multi-family project with ground floor retail and 15 parking spaces. Below-grade parking is accessed from SE 28th Place. Outdoor space is provided in individual terraces and a common rooftop deck. Modifications requested to the setback (33.130.215) and pedestrian standards (33.130.240).
A project at 2510 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by Brett Schulz Architect:
Demo north portion of existing building. Change of occupancy S-1/B to F-1/B, tenant improvements in remainder of building for all tenant spaces, new mezzanines and detached trash enclosure less than 120 sf; seismic attachement of roof to walls, interior shear walls.
A project at 11025 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by EMA Architecture:
Construct new one story building to include; multi purpose room, mechanical room, three new restrooms; and kitchen; exterior new patio on north side of building new play field and associated site work to include; reconfigure existing parking; new walkway; widen existing driveway on north side; close driveway on SE corner and reconfigure landscaping ***mural under separate permit***
A building permit was issued to Quilici Architecture & Design for a project at 2508 SE 32nd Ave (previously 3212 SE Division St):
New 4-story w/basement, 32 unit apartment building, includes associated site work. ***separate mechanical & fire alarm / fire sprinklers***
A building permit was issued to Fosler Portland Architecture for a project at 1675 N Willis Blvd:
Construct new 3 story (31) unit apartment building with associated site work and bike storage area in basement
A building permit was issued for a project at 1424 N Simpson St (previously 5833 N Maryland Ave):
New 3 story, 12 unit apartment building with detached trash enclosure under 120sq ft, includes associated sitework, roof trusses and floor joists ***DFS stair rail system ****mechanical to be obtained separately***
Renovation work is starting at the J.K. Gill Building at 408 SW 5th Ave, reports the Portland Business Journal. The 1923 building was formerly home to the Multnomah County Health Department, who are now located at the Gladys McCoy Building.
The Design Commission believes that the proposed Live Nation at Zidell Yards has room for improvement, writes the Portland Business Journal.
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