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.
Design Advice has been requested by SERA Architects for a project at 1715 NW Couch St:
New six story residential project with one level of below grade parking. Project will be 160,000 GSF above grade with 200 units. FAR is 4:1.
Design Advice has been requested by TVA Architects for a project at 1650 NW Naito Parkway:
new 17 story apartment building. 270 residential units are proposed. The first floor will have both residential and parking. There are 192 underground parking spaces. The access for the parking would be from NW Naito. One loading space is proposed. The property will be divided to create a 79,700 square foot site for this development.
Early Assistance has been requested by Urban Development Group to discuss changes to a project at 2548 SE Ankeny St:
Proposal for a new apartment building of 96 units to replace CO 16-198732, no parking.
Early Assistance has been requested by Urban Development Group to discuss changes to a project at 316 NE 28th Ave:
Proposal is to build a new apartment building to replace CO 16-196951 for 119 units and no parking.
Early Assistance has been requested by Urban Development Group to discuss changes to a project at 2789 NE Halsey St:
Proposal is for a new apartment building of 53 units no parking which would replace CO 16-178394.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 3612 SE 82nd Ave:
Project consists of an approx. 8500 SF, single story new core and shell building for up to nine restaurant tenants on property that was previously used as a restaurant. The existing unoccupied building may be demolished. Site work will consist of selective demolition, new infrastructure and parking lot repairs to 15 food carts, seating areas, and required parking.
The rebuild of the Portland Building has been submitted for Type III Historic Resource Review by DLR Group:
Full renovation of an existing 15-story office building including seismic upgrade and replacement of MEP systems. Proposed exterior renovation includes replacement of all existing facade finishes and glazing systems. New building cladding system will sit outboard of the existing building face. Two areas of the existing covered loggia on the first floor are being enclosed and added to the interior building area. No additional impervious surfaceor roof area is being added. This is a historic building.
An excavation and shoring permit was issued the Collective on 4th at 325 SW Harrison St:
partial – site clearing and demolitoin, tree removal, excavation, shoring and erosion control.