Metro Reports: Hayu Tilixam, Great Scott, Cooper 52, and more

Hayu Tilixam is a new building proposed on NE Prescott, with a name that means “Many Nations” in Chinook. The 50-unit affordable housing development is being developed Community Development Partners and Native American Youth and Family Center, on a site purchased by the Portland Housing Bureau in 2018.

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 19th, 2020 to October 25th, 2020.

A project at 4937 SE Woodstock Blvd has been submitted for a Type II Adjustment Review by Scott Edwards Architecture:

New 4-story mixed-use building with about 2,000 sq. ft. of ground floor retail space facing Woodstock Blvd. and 84 rental dwellings on all floors consisting of studios, 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed units. One enclosed loading space will be provided on site with access from 50th Ave. Enclosed bike parking is accessible from the lobby area and directly from the sidewalk on Woodstock Blvd. A ground floor community room will be provided with direct access to a courtyard patio and active landscaped space. Several private porches will also be provided for the ground floor units. Stormwater to be accommodated with a combination of dry-wells, landscape and an ecoroof. Adjustment requested to reduce the landscape buffer.

Great Scott at 701 E Burnside St has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Convergence Architecture:

The Great Scott Trio is a new four story mixed use affordable housing development located where there is currently a parking lot. The legal lot includes a one story existing brewery building that will remain. The project is on the northeast corner of E Burnside and NE 7th Avenue. The Orleans Building, which is on the historic register, is directly to the east and its arcade is highly influential to this project. The building will have 38 apartments, including two accessible units on the ground floor, as well as three retail spaces also on the ground floor along the E Burnside arcade. A small plaza will be located between the new building and the existing building to the north.

Hayu Tilixam at 5825 NE Prescott St has been submitted for building permit review by Carleton Hart Architecture:

New 4-story, 50 unit PHB residential building with community spaces and associated site work. w/20-198018-MT

Cooper 52 at 6865 SE 52nd Ave has been submitted for building permit review by YBA Architects:

PDOX PS – construct new 3 story 25 unit apartment building with associated site work w/20-198405-CO (trash enclosure) & 20-200255-MT

A building permit was issued to Fosler Portland Architecture for a project at 2514 NE Flanders St:

New (3) story, (6) unit apartment building, located mid block, includes associated sitework

Metro Reports: 5827 NE Prescott, 5736 N Greeley, 6950 N Maryland, and more

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 March 9th, 2020 to March 15th, 2020.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 6950 N Maryland Ave:

The project involves 3 separate properties that are under separate ownerships, but they will be designed at the same time. Additionally each property is looking to have a shared easement amongst each other. 6950 N Maryland will have 30 dwelling units. 3 stories above grade with basement. The property will utilize onsite drywells.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 6928 N Maryland Ave:

The project involves 3 separate properties that are under separate ownerships, but they will be designed at the same time. Additionally each property is looking to have a shared easement amongst each other. 6928 N Maryland will have 13 dwelling units. 3 stories above grade with basement. The property will utilize onsite drywells.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 1810 SE Cesar E Chavez Blvd:

Multifamily development of (2) new buildings each containing (7) townhouse style units with three stories and a roof. Each unit will have a garage accessed by a shared on-site driveway. Stormwater to be handled with an on-site drywell.

Early Assistance has been requested by Carleton Hart Architecture for the Portland Housing Bureau development at 5827 NE Prescott St:

New residential building with 50 dwelling units and community spaces. Storm water management intended as on-site infiltration via dry wells possibly supplemented by pervious paving and/or stormwater planters as needed.

Early Assistance has been requested by Edge Development for a project at 5736 N Greeley Ave:

(2) New 13-unit, two and three-story multi-family residential buildings. No on-site parking proposed. Lots shall be consolidated. Shared common outdoor area proposed, along with secure long-term bicycle parking. Project prototype approved at 5635 &5645 NE GLISAN ST

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Leanto Architecture to discuss a project at 28 SE 56th Ave:

Zoning change to RM2, to allow a new 3-story, 30-unit SRO facility for low-income young adults (just out of the foster care system).

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by YBA Architects to discuss a project at 1341 N Killingsworth St:

New 5 story apartment building with no retail. On site infiltration likely.

A project at 3430 NE 50th Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

New three story 18-unit apartment building includes 2 structure with 12 and 6 units connected through stairs and balcony and associated siteworks. See 20-128179-CO for trash enclosure. See 20-128181-MT for mechanical

Weekly Roundup: Portland Proper Hotel, Dundon-Berchtold Hall, Alta at 18th, and more

The 9-story Portland Proper Hotel is proposed for a site at NW 13th Ave and Irving St in the Pearl District.

The Portland Proper Hotel had its first presentation to the Design Commission*, with the brick cladding drawing particular praise, reports the Daily Journal of Commerce.

The University of Portland has unveiled the latest addition to its campus, the “$34M stunner” Dundon-Berchtold Hall, writes the Portland Business Journal.

The City of Portland declared that it’s on track to meet housing bond’s goals, according to the Oregonian. At a press conference it was announced that nine projects will receive funding through the bond: 115th at Division Street in Powellhurst-Gilbert; Alta at 18th in Northwest; Anna Mann House in Kerns; Cathedral Village in Cathedral Park; The Joyce Hotel in Downtown; Las Adelitas in Cully; NE Prescott in Cully; the Stark Street Project in Glenfair; and the The Westwind in Old Town.

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Weekly Roundup: Pepsi Blocks, Las Adelitas, Old Portland Holdouts, and more

Las Adelitas at 6723 N Killingsworth St, designed by Salazar Architect for Hacienda CDC, will include 140 units of affordable housing.

The infamous Sugar Shack strip club at in Cully will be demolished to make way for 140 units of affordable housing at Las Adelitas, reports the Oregonian.

The Oregonian reports that the Portland is weighing a new strategy for how spend the funds from the 2016 affordable housing bond, following voter approval of Measure 102. The change could affect plans for 3000 SE Powell Blvd and 5827 NE Prescott St, two sites the Housing Bureau had intended to develop itself. The sites may now be turned over to outside affordable housing developers.

The Design Commission has approved the masterplan* for the Pepsi Blocksreports the Daily Journal of Commerce. The development could include up 1,297 units across the five acre site.

The Buiness Tribune wrote about four Old Portland holdouts, where new development surrounds existing buildings: the Field Officewhich wraps around the Dockside Saloon; Fire District No. 3, which formerly housed Touché and is now being incorporated in the Modera Glisanthe Dandy Warhols’ Odditorium, which sits on the remaining quarter block not occupied by the Broadstone Revealand the Auditorium Buildingwhich will be surrounded by 250 Taylor office building and the Hyatt Unbound hotel.

Portland Architecture interviewed Kyle Anderson of GBD Architects, whose projects include Hassalo on Eighth, Oregon Square and Block 216.

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Weekly Roundup: Brio Lofts, Jupiter NEXT, Pepsi Blocks, and more

The Pepsi Blocks development will include the retention of the existing mid-century building facing NE Sandy, and the addition of up to 1,000 units. The project is being designed by Mithun Architects for developer Security Properties.

The masterplan for the Pepsi Blocks on NE Sandy went in front the Design Commission for the first time last week. The Daily Journal of Commerce reported that the project was met with a generally positive reception.*

The Oregonian looked at the Brio Lofts at 177 N Failing St and the Zeal Lofts at 3139 N Williams Ave, two micro-apartment developments by the same developer Vibrant Cities, which will also include micro-restaurant space.

The Portland Mercury reported on the Housing Bureau’s plans to buy a site at 5827 NE Prescott St, which will be developed with up to 75 affordable apartment units.

As the Lotus Lotus Cardroom and Cafe gets demolished to make way for the SW 3rd & Salmon tower, the Portland Business Journal took a look at its past — and its future.

Portland Architecture visited the recently completed Jupiter NEXT hotel, with its “matte-black facade that makes use of a familiar material in an unfamiliar way.”

With the recent approval of the Moxy Hotel and plans for Block 216 at SW 9th & Alder announced, the Portland Mercury asked whether rampant development is signaling the death of the food cart pod?

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