The Design Commission has approved the Dairy Apartments, a proposed development on the site of the former Sunshine Dairy in Kerns. The 7-story building is being designed by Hacker Architects for NBP Capital. 271 residential units are proposed. 90 vehicular parking stalls are proposed in a below grade parking garage. 381 bicycle parking spaces would be provided, with 70 proposed in a bike room, 23 in lockers and the remaining spaces provided in the units.
The building will be subject to the city’s inclusionary housing rules, which require the provision of affordable housing or the payment of a fee-in-lieu.
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 December 16th to December 22nd, 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested by Jones Architecture for a project at 2855 SW Patton Rd:
Reconfigure existing underlying lots and build two new mixed-use buildings (3-stories and 19 units each) and 11 new townhomes (also 3-stories each).
Early Assistance has been requested by Works Progress Architecture for a project at 410 SW Harrison St:
New senior housing project with approximately 260-290 units, below grade parking and 16 stories above grade type 1 construction.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture to discuss a renovation and expansion to the Troy Laundry Building at 1025 SE Pine St:
The scope of exterior restoration will be determined by a visual facade assessment provided by a Historic Architect Consultant. Restoration of the existing historic window frames is anticipated and will include an energy retrofit utilizing insulated glazing units. Facade renovations will be compatible with the historic building and are anticipated to include a new canopy at the main entry, new main entry storefront system, and new carriage doors at the service entry inspired by the historic condition. The facade materials of the rooftop addition are intended to provide a clear distinction between the historic building and the new addition. The massing will be setback from the existing parapet wall to minimize site lines from the street. The interior renovation of the building will include seismic retrofits, new MEP systems, and code required Fire and Life Safety components. Site work is anticipated to include restoration of adjacent sidewalks in public right-of-way, preservation of existing street trees and stormwater management improvements.
Early Assistance has been requested by Ankrom Moisan Architecture for a project the MAC Block 7 at SW 19th & Salmon:
Proposal is for a new 13 story, 330 unit multi-dwelling residential building with 169 structured residential parking spaces and 230 additional below-grade parking spaces for use by the Multnomah Athletic Club.
An addition to the Patton Home at 4619 N Michigan Ave has been submitted for a Type II Conditional Use Review:
The Patton Home for the Friendless building currently has land use status as Group Living with previous approvals for 63 residents. This proposal is to add additional units to the existing building up to a maximum of 80 and to add an on-site commercial kitchen that produces food for off-site locations. Listed as a contributing structure in the Mississippi Conservation District, historic incentive 33.445.610.C(5) allows conditional uses to be processed through a Type II procedure.
The new De La Salle North Catholic High School at 5310 NE 42nd Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Bora Architects:
DE LA SALLE H.S. – Renovation of existing building for new high school (including seismic upgrade, new finishes, mechanical, electrical, and fire protection), 21,000 s.f. addition for new gym, commons, and commercial kitchen; new driveway, parking, and associated site work *** w/19-256433-MT ***
A project at 4931 NE 33rd Ave has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3 story mixed use bldg 19 unit apt and 15 unit hotel with office space on ground level and community room in basement.
A project at 8134 SE 11th Ave has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3-story, 19-unit apartment building with associated site work.
A foundation permit for 550 SE MLK has been submitted for review by GBD Architects:
FND 01- Foundation only for new 7 story mixed use building (5 over 2 concrete and light-gauge metal framing construction) Includes 6 levels containing 153 hotel rooms over 1 level of commercial spaces, a hotel lobby and back of house area for hotel operations; 1 level of below grade structured parking.
The Dairy Apartments at 801 NE 21st Ave have been submitted for building permit review by Hacker:
review w/ 19-260575-MT New construction of 7-story (5 Type IIIA over 2 Type IA) multi-family residential buildng over 1 level of below grade parking. Total building will be 196,430 gross sf, 271 units, plus residential amenities. Inclusionary Housing will be triggered, and provided on-site at standard rates. A land use adjustment will be requested for the minimum parking requirement.
A project West of 4136 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Portland Architecture:
New 3 story 18 unit apartment building
A project at 2316 N Vancouver Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Portland Architecture:
Construct new 3 story 18 unit apartment building with interior bike and trash enclosure and site work dfs trusses
The Onnuri Evangelical Church at 5727 SE 136th Ave has been for building permit review:
New 2 story church, 1st floor, gym, sancuary, restrooms, kitchen, offices, childs room, and limited use elevator; second floor sancuary; class rooms and restrooms; site work to include parking spaces, landscaping and sidewalks; trash enclosure less than 120 sq. ft. on SW corner of property
A project at 1039 NE Stafford St has been submitted for building permit review by Otak:
FND 01 – Foundation permit for new self storage facility to include 6 stories and 1 basement level
A project at 2904 NE Alberta St has been submitted for building permit review:
Shell: renovation of existing 2 story commercial building. Includes removing both stairs inside, all interior walls and fixtures on both floors, upgrade storefront on north add new stair and wall to create garbage room. Add new entry and accessible ramp on north east corner.
Construct 2 story new shell building and associated site work.
The DePaul Treatment Center at 830 SE 102nd Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Holst Architecture:
New construction of adult drug and alcohol treatment center that includes 70 long term care beds, 24 short term care beds, dining and amenity spaces for residents, an outpatient therapy facility, and administrative offices.
Design Advice has been offered for the Live Nation at Zidell Yards, a temporary music venue proposed in South Waterfront. The 10,000 seat outdoor amphitheater would include a performance stage, seating, a large public plaza, and a tap house. The venue would be located on the site for seven years, with the possibility of two two-year lease extensions. Design work for the project is by Hacker Architects.
This week Next Portland had its fifth birthday. Since November 2014 we have published over a thousand posts, many of which are about projects that are now complete or under construction. Today, we wanted to look back at some of the unbuilt projects we’ve written about over the years.
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 11th to November 17th, 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested by Hacker for a project at 1709 SE 3rd Ave:
New creative office development to be developed in 2 phases, as two distinct buildings. “Phase 3” is the renovation of an existing bow-string truss warehouse with basement level parking. “Phase 4” is a 6+ story mass timber office building over two levels of underground parking. This EA is to discuss the land division.
Early Assistance has been requested by Doug Circosta Architect for a project at 1675 NE 41st Ave:
Build a new community building of 16 independent residences that provide mutual support, shared services, personal autonomy, security and ease of maintenance. There will be shared spaces for gathering, fitness, therapy, creation of art, enjoyment of art, meal prep and family-style dining.There will also be an on-site space for creative work: art therapy studio, music therapy studio, and display/gallery spaces.
Early Assistance has been requested by Quilici Architecture & Design for a renovation to the New Market Theater at 120 SW Ankeny St:
This project involves the renovation of retail spaces in ‘greenhouse’ structure of the New Market Theater. Options A, B and C are under consideration. Option A is least intensive and Option C the most. The project may include the reduction or elimination of existing parking, an increase of the retail area, and modifications to the exterior.
Early Assistance has been requested by Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 5905 N Interstate Ave:
New 3-story, mixed use structure. 19 apartments units are proposed. the ground floor will contain 959 sf of commercial lease space along Interstate Ave. The project total square footage is 12,216. a drywell on the north end of the site will serve to dispose of stormwater.
Early Assistance has been requested by Lenity Architecture for a project at 3015 SE Berkeley Pl:
Construction of an approximately 150-suite retirement residence and other senior-related uses.
Early Assistance has been requested by Zody Architecture for a project at 10340 SE Division St:
The concept of this project is to construct a new assisted living and memory care community to serve the local residents of the community. the project is currently envisioned to house between 90-120 residents. An existing medical office building will be replaced as part of the project and two residential homes will be demolished. The current concept design houses memory care on the first floor and assisted living on two upper floors. A basement level will provide support services.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by SERA Architects to discuss a project for the Northwest Children’s Theater at 2135 NW 29th Ave:
Performance and education facility for Northwest Children’s Theater. One level of partially-below-grade parking; two levels of performance, edcuation, and administrative space above. Combination of stormwater planters and eco-roof being considered; assume no infiltration allowed due to fill.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by SERA Architects to discuss a project at Con-way Block 292 East at the southwest corner of NW Savier & 20th:
6 story market rate senior apartment building with 186 residential units and basement parking. Stormwater disposal will occur through drywells in the pedestrian way.
Buildings permits are under review for buildings on the University of Portland Franz Campus (also known as the River Campus) at5828 N Van Houten Pl:
Track & Field complex including a 523 seat covered Grandstand (Part C on Plans): Construction of a new Collegiate Track & Field Facility including 6 lighting poles. See Comments
New single story, slab on grade, 46,682 sf physical plant with related mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and site work. Type II B Non-combustible construction, fully fire sprinklered. Separate PT and ET required. See Comments
New 12,880 sf Boathouse and Environmental Lab building w/ 2,389 sf mezzanine. Work includes utility infrastructure, stormwater facilities, grading, paving, sitework & site lighting, and Greenway trail. See Comments
A building permit was issued for a project at 4415 SE 61st Ave:
New 3 story, 9 unit apartment building with associated site work, and attached trash enclosure with recycle area; short term bike racks; no onsite parking
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 14th to October 20th 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 5106 N Lombard St:
Keep the existing 1902 structure, and build a 20-unit, 5-story apartment behind the existing structure.
Early Assistance has been requested by EPR Design for a project at 2425 NE Alberta St:
Demo house and construct a 4-story building with the 1st level use as commercial. The top 3 stories will be 30 apartment units. No parking on-site. 10′ landscape buffer at the north property line with a 30×20 shared outdoor space. Most units will also have private outdoor space.
Early Assistance has been requested by MWA Architects for Cathedral Village at 8614 N Crawford St:
4 story apartment building with 110 affordable family apartments. The unit mix will be (11) 3 bedroom, (45) 2 bedroom, (39) 1 bedroom and (15) studios. There will be resident services in the ground floor and 48 parking spaces. There is a partial basement level at the SW corner of the building that will house bike parking and storage.
Early Assistance has been requested by Brett Schulz Architect for a project at 6950 N Maryland Ave:
New construction of a multi-family residential development on two adjacent lots. Each development will be comprised of two separate buildings at 3 stories tall with approx 30 unit max of studio & 1-bedroom apartments. Stormwater disposal for both lots will be drywells.
The Division 28 Homes at 2865 SE Division St have been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Hacker architects:
10-unit (approximately 37,000 sf) multi-family project with ground floor retail and 15 parking spaces. Below-grade parking is accessed from SE 28th Place. Outdoor space is provided in individual terraces and a common rooftop deck. Modifications requested to the setback (33.130.215) and pedestrian standards (33.130.240).
A project at 2510 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by Brett Schulz Architect:
Demo north portion of existing building. Change of occupancy S-1/B to F-1/B, tenant improvements in remainder of building for all tenant spaces, new mezzanines and detached trash enclosure less than 120 sf; seismic attachement of roof to walls, interior shear walls.
A project at 11025 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by EMA Architecture:
Construct new one story building to include; multi purpose room, mechanical room, three new restrooms; and kitchen; exterior new patio on north side of building new play field and associated site work to include; reconfigure existing parking; new walkway; widen existing driveway on north side; close driveway on SE corner and reconfigure landscaping ***mural under separate permit***
A building permit was issued to Quilici Architecture & Design for a project at 2508 SE 32nd Ave (previously 3212 SE Division St):
New 4-story w/basement, 32 unit apartment building, includes associated site work. ***separate mechanical & fire alarm / fire sprinklers***
A building permit was issued to Fosler Portland Architecture for a project at 1675 N Willis Blvd:
Construct new 3 story (31) unit apartment building with associated site work and bike storage area in basement
A building permit was issued for a project at 1424 N Simpson St (previously 5833 N Maryland Ave):
New 3 story, 12 unit apartment building with detached trash enclosure under 120sq ft, includes associated sitework, roof trusses and floor joists ***DFS stair rail system ****mechanical to be obtained separately***
Design Advice has been offered to Hacker architects for the Division 28 Homes, a 10-unit co-housing development proposed in the Richmond neighborhood. Urban Development Partners is acting as the owner’s representative. The project is being developed for one extended family, with members of varying ages, with the intention that family members are able to age in place. At the ground level the building would also include retail space and a restaurant with outdoor seating. 16 vehicular parking spaces are proposed in a below-grade garage.
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 August 26th to September 1st 2019.
Design Advice has been requested by Hacker for the Live Nation South Waterfront venue:
Proposed interim artist amphitheater including public bathrooms, terraced bleacher seating, performance stage, pedestrian walkways, concession stands, local brewery tap-house and artist back stage venue. Utilities will be installed to all on-site structures. Life of lease 7 years with extensions.
Early Assistance has been requested by Brett Schulz Architect for a project at 308 NE Dekum St:
New construction of a 4-level apartment buiding with (13) 1-bed units and (27) studio units on an approximately 100’x72′ lot. Proposed stormwater disposal method will be drywells under the courtyard. The applicant intends to meet community design standards.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 208 SE 148th Ave:
Multi-family development with approximately 150 dwellings units. Proposed stormwater disposal methods not yet identified.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a project at 2610 SE Hawthorne Blvd:
A Pre-Application Conference to discuss options for additional development on the site of Holman’s Funeral Home. The site and buildings are designated as a Historic Landmark. There are two options proposed: relocating the building to another portion of the site and then developing the rest of the site or leaving the building where it is and developing around it. The applicant would like to discuss the possibility of a Zoning Map Amendment from the existing zoning (CM1 and CM2) to CM3. These are all Mixed Commercial zones that allow both commercial and residential development.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a project at 9919 NE Glisan St:
A Pre-Application Conference to discuss an 8-story apartment building with 98-162 residential units. The height of the building is 89 feet. The building footprint is 9,969 square feet. The ground floor will include a lobby, bicycle storage, a 1,000 square foot commercial tenant space, mechnical rooms, trash room, elevator, stair towers and residential units. The eighth floor will include a roof deck. No off street parking or loading space is proposed.
A project at 2326 N Vancouver Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Portland Architecture:
New mixed use apartment with 19 units, with shell retail tenant space, trash room, bike room, community space and one apartment on ground floor, six units each on floors 2-4 ***mechanical separate***
The VC Fargo at 25 N Fargo St has been submitted for building permit review by Jackson Main Architecture:
New seven story, mixed-use building, apartments on upper 4 levels, groudn level includes commercial, parking garage (car stacker), storage, and common ares. ***mechanical to be separate***
A project at 7336 N Greenwich Ave has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3 story – 16 units apartment building with associated site works. Trash enclosre inside. Demo for existing house to be pulled separately.
A project with two buildings at 5625 NE Glisan St has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3 story, 12 unit apartment building with associated site work and covered bike storage area
New 3 story, 13 unit apartment building with associated site work and covered bike storage area
A building permit was issued to Holst Architecture for Halsey 106 at 10550 NE Halsey St:
6-story, mixed-use development fronting NE Halsey St and the existing Gateway Discovery Park consisting of 40 units of affordable housing and 35 units of market ratehousing.
A building permit was issued for a project at 6263 N Cecelia St:
New construction of 4 story, 21 unit apartment building 20,083sf, interior trash room, DFS for fire sprinklers and bolt on balcony with integrated guardrail
A building permit was issued to Fieldwork Design & Architecture for a project at 3720 N Vancouver Ave (previously 121 N Beech St):
New 4 story mixed use building; shell only with ground floor retail; associated site work ***mechanical to be obtained separately***
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 August 5th to August 12th 2019.
DESIGN HEARING – Project including four separate mixed-use multifamily structures with approximately 1,200 multifamily units, ground floor retail and parking uses. Blocks 41 & 44 (along the river) will be high rises and Blocks 42 & 45 (along Bond) will be mid-rises. The project will also include greenway improvements and infrastructure.
Design Advice has been requested by Emerick Architects for a project at 2124 NW Flanders St:
Four stories of market-rate apartments over a walk-out basement level with 19 residential units and typical utilities. Floors 01-04 are proposed to have outdoor balcony space. The roof is anticipated to incorporate a roof deck and solar panels. The project has no parking. The stormwater disposal method to be on-site storm water planters & drywells.
Design Advice has been requested by GBD Architects for the Multnomah County Courthouse Re-Use:
Renovation and seismic upgrade of historic courthouse for adaptive reuse.
Early Assistance has been requested by MAJ Development for a project west of 8157 N Lombard St:
Construct new apartment building, 12 units. Relocate stormwater facilities which serve neighboring lots. Community Design Standards.
Early Assistance has been requested by Robert Mosier Architect for a project at 724 NE Lombard St:
The proposed project is to redevelop several adjacent lots into additional facilities for current ceramics business. The 724 NE Lombard site is proposed as a retail use – ceramics classrooms / workshop space. The 940 NE Lombard site is proposed as a new manufacturing building to support wholesale clay products portion of the business. It is anticipated that storm water planters will be used to pre-treat site storm water.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 6607 N Montana Ave:
Demo Existing, build new 18 unit
A project at 3733 N Williams Ave has been submitted for a Type II Design Review by William Kaven Architecture:
New mixed-use residential development consisting of two new 4-story buildings. They are organized around a shared courtyard. The east building, fronting N Williams Ave, is comprised of 3-stories of residential apartments over ground floor retail,and one residential unit. The west building, fronting the alley, is comprised of four stories of residential apartments. All residential units are accessed from the courtyard via N Williams, with a pedestrian path linking the courtyard and entry gate. The project proposes a mix of 12 studio and 18 one-bedroom apartments (for a total of 30 apartment units). The west building contains 17 units and the east building contains 13 units and one retail space. Modification requested to pedestrian standards, connection between streets and entrances (33.130.240.B.1.a); and a Modification is requested to transit street multi-dwelling main entrance location (33.130.242.C).
The Dairy Apartments at 801 NE 21st Ave have been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Hacker Architects:
The project is a new construction 7-story ((5) Type IIIA over (2) Type IA) multi-family residential building over 1 of below grade parking level. Total building will be 196,481 gross sf, 270 units, plus residential amenties. Inclusionary Housing will be triggered and provided on-site at standard rates. 2 Modifications are requested and an Adjustment for the minimum parking requirement.
A project west of 2247 NW Kearney St has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Osterman Design:
New 16-unit apartment building. It will be three stories plus basement and will include apartment types ranging from studios to 2-bedroom units. No commercial uses are proposed.
A building permit was issued to Fosler Portland Architecture for a project at 4130 NE Garfield Ave:
New 12 unit 2 story apartment building, includes trash room and associated sitework.
A building permit was issued to SERA Architects for Saltwood North at 1650 NW 21st Ave:
Saltwood – new construction of 177 unit, 6 story apartment building (5 stories of Type 111A over 1 story of Type 1 construction). With two levels of below grade parking. Ground floor consists of residential lobby, retail space, residential amenities, dwelling units, and a loading area. The building occupies the full block and is configured around a south-facing private courtyard. Mechanical work under 18-278422-MT
A building permit was issued for the Meyer Memorial Trust Headquarters at 2045 N Vancouver Ave:
New construction of 3 story office building and associated sitework