Metro Reports: HollywoodHUB, Freewell, 10413 E Burnside, and more

Freewell (previously known at Con-way Block 291E) has been submitted for building permit review

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 1st, 2021 to March 7th, 2021.

Early Assistance has been requested by Jones Architecture for a project East of 208 NE Hancock St:

New 3-story, 18-unit multi-family, micro-unit residential building. Stormwater management TBD

Early Assistance has been requested by TriMet to discuss the HollywoodHUB at 4110 NE Halsey St (current Hollywood Transit Center):

Vacation of NE 42nd Avenue between NE Halsey Street and I-84 Pedestrian Bridge to allow for (i) the construction of new pedestrian/bike access to the Hollywood MAX Station and Laurelhurst neighborhood, (ii) new TriMet and public infrastructure, and (iii) to make the Hollywood Transit Center viable for a new 213-unit affordable housing building. Stormwater treatment will be in dry wells on site with additional bio swales as needed. Detailed project information is included in the attached presentation.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a project at 10413 E Burnside St:

We are proposing to build a 225 unit six story (5 wood over 1 concrete) apartment building with one level of underground parking. Units will be restricted to households earning no more than 60% AMI. We are evaluating site conditions for infiltration, if not feasible we will discharge to the public storm system.

A project at 234 NE 61st Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

PDOX PS – Construct new 3 story 15 unit apartment building with associated site work

Freewell at 2030 NW Raleigh St has been submitted for building permit review by SERA Architects:

FREEWELL – BLOCK 291E – New 7-story apartment building with 192 apartment units, residential amenity spaces, and commercial space attached to new 2-story pavilion building by 2nd level pedestrian bridge; includes one level shared below grade parking and associated site work *** w/20-203695-MT ***

Building permits were issued to Studio 3 Architecture for a project with buildings at 5960 and 5980 E Burnside St:

New 4-story 42-unit apartment building with associated site work; no onsite parking; detached trash enclosure < 120 sf; mechanical permit separate for w/19-269743/44-CO

New 4-story 29-unit apartment building with associated site work; no onsite parking; detached trash enclosure < 120 sf; mechanical permit separate for /19-269743/44-CO

A building permit was issued to Stewart Gordon Straus Architect for a project at 278 SW Arthur St:

New 2 story office building, parking lot, site improvements, landscaping, retaining walls.(mechanical separate)

News Roundup: Flatworks, HollywoodHUB, Multnomah County Behavioral Health Resource Center, and more

The HollywoodHUB project would involve the redevelopment of Hollywood Transit Center. A first phase would include 110-120 units of affordable housing, developed by Bridge Housing.

Plans for the Broadway Corridor took a major step forward, writes The Oregonian, as the City Council voted to approve a Community Benefits Agreement.

The HollywoodHUB project would remake the bikeway and transit center at 42nd Avenue, writes BikePortland.

The Historic Landmarks Commission approved Flatworks at 234 SE Grand. Building on History wrote about how TVA Architects’ task was “to design a building that would fit into the context of its historic neighbors without giving the impression of mimicking something ‘old.’

Plaza plans are proving problematic* at the Multnomah County Behavioral Health Resource Center, according to the Daily Journal of Commerce.

Building on History wrote about the approval of a new building at 2124 NW Flanders, which will replace the Nathan Simon house.

Italian food hall Cooperativa is now open in the Pearl District’s Tanner Point, reports Portland Monthly.

Montavilla News wrote about a 12 unit apartment building planned for 2444 SE 90th Ave.

The verdict is in for the old Multnomah County Courthouse Reuse and it “looks like an excellent victory for preservation“, writes Building on History.

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