LRS Architects have scheduled a Pre-Application Conference to discuss Hollywood Station, a mixed use building with 100 residential units. The building would include a retail space facing onto NE Halsey St. Mechanized parking for 56 cars is proposed.
There are 95 neighborhoods recognized by Portland’s Office of Neighborhood Involvement, and Next Portland has now written posts about projects happening in 29 of them. In some of these neighborhoods we’ve written 20 or more posts; in almost half of them we’ve only written about one project. To a certain extent this reflects where development is happening: there are a number of cranes up in the Pearl for construction of high rises, while other neighborhoods don’t have a single pin on our map. It is also however a reflection of the fact that in the Central City Design Review is required for all projects; in other neighborhoods such as Northwest or Boise developers can choose between Design Review or the prescriptive Community Design Standards; while in other neighborhoods such as Richmond or Sunnyside projects never go through Design Review. As such there are sometimes no published images of large new buildings, even once they are under construction.
Over the past month we’ve added categories to all of our in depth posts. To see which neighborhoods we’ve written about the most, read on.
Construction is underway for an apartment building at NE 39th and Tillamook in the Hollywood District. The 5 story building, designed by Myhre Group, will have 75 apartments. A rooftop patio for tenants will be provided. The developer is UDG. A building permit for the project was issued in April 2014, and it is scheduled for completion in 2015.