Metro Reports: Burnside Delta, 4904 SE Hawthorne, 7661 SW Capitol Hwy, and more

Burnside Delta

A building permit was issued for Vallaster Corl Architects’ Burnside Delta

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 SERA Architects for a project at 7661 SW Capitol Highway:

Current zoning: New 4-story apartment building with ground floor retail, parking, and approximately 40-50 apartment units. The project is designed for CS zone and community design standards.

Early Assistance has been requested by SERA Architects for a project at 4904 SE Hawthorne Boulevard:

Current zoning: New 5-story apartment building with ground floor retail, basement parking, and 210 apartment units.

A building permit is under review for a project at 1515 N Rosa Parks Way:

New 3-story, 14 unit mixed use building, ground floor retail space, associated site work***w/17-191400-MT.

A project at 1332 N Skidmore St has been submitted for building permit review by Holst Architecture:

Overlook – East Building – 68 units over parking and retail space for lease.

West Building – 90 units, over parking and retail space for lease

A building permit was issued to Morton Building Design for 20th & Everett Phase II:

Construct new 5 story, 55 unit apartment building, to be connected to apartment building (15-206564co) on neighboring lot by 4 story corridor; main floor is parking, bike parking, and living units, floors 2-5 are living units, rooftop terrace and elevator/stair penthouse, associated site work included in this permit

A building permit was issued to Urban Development Group for the Burnside Delta at 22 SE 11th Ave:

New 6 story building with 85 residential units, 14 car parking stalls, 4 motorcycle stalls, 130 bikes and 2 retail spaces

A building permit was issued to CIDA Architects for a project at 6800 N Interstate Ave (formerly 1439 N Dekum St):

New 4 story, 30 unit apartment building, no onsite parking, trash room on first floor , includes associated sitework

A building permit was issued for a project at 2025 NE 42nd Ave (formerly 2023 NE 42nd Ave):

Construct new 5 story mixed use building; main floor to include 2 residential units, bike storage, and commercial space for future tenant; 2nd thru 5th fl to include 30 units

A building permit was issued for a project at 2088 NW Vaughn St (formerly 2012 NW Vaughn St):

Construct new, 3 story plus basement, self storage facility, includes parking, landscaping and site utilities

Weekly Roundup: Atomic Orchard, Residential Infill, Eagles Lodge, and more

A potential future for the “Innovation Quadrant”, as envisioned in the Central City 2035 Plan

The DJC wrote about Guerrilla Development’s “weird concept” for the Atomic Orchard Experiment at 2510 NE Sandy Blvd. The apartment building will include a mix of market rate and affordable housing, with some of the affordable units renting for less than $600 per month – without government subsidies.*

With Portland’s parking minimums for multifamily housing effectively repealed, Portland Shoupistas asked “what’s next?

The Oregonian reported that the Portland City Council voted to approve the Residential Infill Project, which aims to reduce demolitions of single family houses while increasing the number of duplexes and triplexes built.

Portland Architecture discussed the Central City 2035 plan with three planners from the Bureau of Planning & Sustainability.

OPB looked at the toxic legacy of the Zidell Yards—and the efforts to clean the site up.

The Business Tribune wrote about plans to redevelop Chinatown’s Wong Laundry building at 227 NW 3rd Ave, which will have to clear the high bar of City Council approval for the demolition of a contributing building in a historic district.

The Portland Mercury reported that the Eagles Lodge at 4904 SE Hawthorne Blvd may soon be sold, with redevelopment of the site likely.

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