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 June 8th, 2020 to June 14th, 2020.
Early Assistance has been requested by Marathon Acquisition and Development for a project at 2202 E Burnside St:
New 5-story, mixed-use building. Approximately 114 units, 115,800 SF. Stormwater management is TBD. Proposal is expected to meet community design standards, however, applicant would like update/info about DOZA implementation.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 1666 SE Lambert St:
The proposed project is a 86-unit multifamily (40 units in the northern building (BUILDING 1) and 46 units in the southern building (BUILDING 2) project across approximately 71,000 sf of living space and 4 stories of living space above one level of parking garage. The units will be studios, one bedroom and two bedroom units. There will be approximately 60 parking spaces provided on site.
Early Assistance has been requested by Works Progress Architecture for a project at 3230 SE Milwaukie Ave:
This project will consist of the demolition of the existing structure, followed immediately by the ground up construction of a new multi-family dwelling
Early Assistance has been requested by Alliance Realty Partners for a project at the 400 Block of N Tomahawk Island Drive:
Five-story multifamily housing complex totaling approx. 272 units across two buildings with approx. 273 surface parked stalls.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a project at 230 SW 2nd Ave:
The proposed project is a 5-story, 136 key new build hotel with associated public improvements for the site. Gross building square footage is expected to be 80,540+/-. Stormwater disposal is proposed to be 60% ecoroof wit vegetated stormwater flow through planter with orifice control at level 1 connected to combined sewer. Non-contributing Resource.
Floor & Décor at 11919 N Jantzen Dr has been submitted for a Type II Adjustment:
Floor & Décor, a national retailer of hard surface flooring materials, is proposing to demolish the vacant/former Safeway building and reconstruct an approximately ~80,000sf building and associated parking lot for their retail use.