Metro Reports: Stark Family Housing, Analog, 1010 SE Ash, and more

The Stark Family Housing at 160th and Stark will include 93 units of affordable housing, with a mix of 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units. The building design is by Holst Architecture for project owner Human Solutions.

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 November 9th, 2020 to November 15th, 2020.

Early Assistance has been requested by Viking Development for a project at 6343 N Lombard St:

Development of net zero 3 story, 12 unit, 7500 GSF multifamily. Likely stormwater infiltration via drywell.

Early Assistance has been requested by Emerio Design for a project Northwest of 2200 NW Front Ave:

Construction of an office building

A project at 2057 SW Park Ave has been submitted for a Type II Design Review by Tahran Architecture & Planning:

100 day review timeline. New construction 91-unit affordable housing building on a 6,016 square foot parcel. The building is an 11-story structure, modular units, prefabricated structure utilizing mass plywood panels and light gauge steel for a Type IV B building

A project at 12102 SE Division St has been submitted for building permit review:

PDOX PS – New shell building (pad 2) w/20-159383-CO (BK building), 20-203182-CO (trash enclosure) & 20-203177-MT

PDOX PS – TI for existing tenant; no change of occupancy; reduce size of restaurant to reconfigure drive-thru, and install second drive-thru pad to the east; additional site work to include new paving, parking, striping, landscaping, and bike racks w/20-203182-CO (trash enclosure), 20-203184-CO (pad 2 shell building) & 20-203177-MT

1010 SE Ash has been submitted for building permit review:

TROY LAUNDRY NORTH – New 6-story, mixed-use building with one below grade parking level, ground floor retail and amenity, outdoor roof amenity, and residential/extended stay units above *** w/ 20-197604-MT ***

The Stark Family Housing at 16015 SE Stark has been submitted for building permit review:

PHB – Construction of a new 5 story, 93 unit affordable housing building with ground floor amenity spaces and 26 surface parking spaces/1 Type B loading space. (with 20-206651-MT)

Analog at 1835 N Flint Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

ANALOG – New 7 story apartment building with 134 units, ground floor lobby, amenity, open courtyard, residential units and parking. Upper floor levels all residential with 7th floor deck. Separate outbuilding for small Sauna and storage use. ***Review with 20-188851-MT & 20-189915-CO, 20-190648-MT

A building permit was issued to Brett Schulz Architect for a project at 330 NE Dekum St (previously 308 NE Dekum St):

New 4 story 39-unit apartment building, some units with outdoor patio’s, interior trash enclosure, and associated site work

Design for Halsey 106 Approved (images)

A design review application has been approved for Halsey 106, a new mixed use, mixed income building in the Hazelwood neighborhood. The Holst Architecture-designed building will be located directly adjacent to the recently opened Gateway Discovery Park, and will include 40 units of affordable housing and 35 units of market rate housing. At the ground floor the building will include approximately 10,000 sq ft of retail space, fronting onto NE Halsey St and the new plaza. The building’s owner/developer Human Solutions will occupy 10,000 sq ft of office space at the second floor. 54 vehicular parking spaces and 94 long term bicycle parking spaces will be provided.

Halsey 106 | Holst | Gateway

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Weekly Roundup: Bing Sheldon, Tesla Showroom, NE 106th & Halsey and more

The proposed development at NE 106th & Halsey by Human Solutions, Inc.

The proposed development at NE 106th & Halsey by Human Solutions, Inc.

Bing Sheldon, founder of SERA Architects, passed away at the age of 81. Sheldon was known for his work in historic preservation and for leading the Portland Planning Commission during the 1970s.

A new Tesla Showroom is planned at 4330 SW Macadam, which is the location of one of the gaps in the Willamette Greenway trail. BikePortland reported that the level of development proposed by Tesla will not be enough to trigger zoning code requirements to install the trail. If the trail is not installed as part of the development, it could be decades before the trail is completed.

The Mid County Memo reported that Human Solutions, Inc has won exclusive rights to negotiate with the Portland Development Commission to build an affordable housing development at NE 106th & Halsey. Their proposal would include 40 affordable residential units and a new headquarters for the non-profit, adjacent to the future Gateway Discovery Park. The architects selected for the projects are Holst.

The Portland Tribune looked at the cost of Portland Housing Bureau funded affordable housing. The recently announced Super NOFA projects  have price ranges of $110,000 to $321,000 per unit, which some believe to be too high.

Yet another company has announced that they will move into the recently completed Pearl West office building, reported the Portland Business Journal. Vermont based marketing firm Fuse LLC will base 10 staff in the in the Regus flexible office space.