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Old Posted May 24, 2016, 7:15 PM
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Drawings [PDF - 65MB] for the Seven Corners Community Collaborative.
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Old Posted May 25, 2016, 2:17 AM
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Early Assistance has been requested by Urban Development Group for a project at 2548 SE Ankeny St:

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New development 77 units with 26 below grade parking spaces
Early Assistance has been requested by Edge Development for a project at 634 SE Spokane St:

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New 3 story res building- 12 units. The applicant’s intention is to meet community design standards.
A building permit was issued to Urban Development Group for a project at 2929 SE Stark St (previously 2913 SE Stark St):

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Construct new 3 story (46 unit) apartment building with associated site work
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Old Posted May 25, 2016, 7:21 PM
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The houses at 4335 SE Belmont have all been razed.
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Old Posted May 26, 2016, 1:04 AM
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I wonder if the 2548 SE Ankeny St project includes the gravel parking lot next door to the single story building, or just the building and its yard. I noticed a few weeks ago that there are little stakes marking out the corners of that gravel lot and wondered what was up.
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Old Posted Jun 1, 2016, 12:37 AM
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Notice of a Type II Proposal [PDF] for Oliver Station (9202 SE Foster Rd).
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Old Posted Jun 1, 2016, 6:26 AM
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A project at 4806 SE 16th Ave has been submitted for Design Review:

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Design review for the portion of the self-storage facility which sits in the CG portion of the site.
A building permit is under review for a project at 8222 SE 6th Ave :

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Construct new, 5 story apartment building with 119 units, below grade parking, associated site work included
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Old Posted Jun 6, 2016, 7:35 PM
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Homer Williams hands mixed-use project in Lents over to PDC



One of three new projects designed to inject new life into the Lents neighborhood will move forward without the assistance of powerhouse developer Wiliams/Dame Associates.

The project, a 54-unit mixed-use project at Southeast Foster Road and Southeast 92nd Avenue, will instead be ushered along and ultimately owned by the Portland Development Commission.

Led by Homer Williams, WDA originally conjured up the project in response to a request for interest from PDC in 2014. It ended up being one of three projects selected by PDC for development in the neighborhood. PDC approved a $6.2 million redevelopment loan for the project, and the Portland Housing Bureau has also committed more than $1.1 million to help make 16 of the 54 units affordable housing.
...continues at the Portland Business Journal.
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Old Posted Jun 7, 2016, 6:25 PM
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I wonder why they backed out? Not enough money in it for them?
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Old Posted Jun 8, 2016, 7:06 PM
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Portland Development Commission to own market-rate apartments



Portland's urban renewal agency is about to enter the apartment business.

The Portland Development Commission plans to resurrect a project in Lents that caters mostly to residents who can afford market-rate rents. It's set to build and own the project after Williams/Dame & Associates – one of the city's most prominent firms – quietly decided to back out a year after proposing it.

"This project has to happen, as far as we're concerned," said Patrick Quinton, the development commission's executive director. "We're willing to step in to make sure it happens."

If approved, the 54-unit apartment project would be a first for the agency, representing the latest entrepreneurial business move by city officials worried about the long-term financial future of the development commission. Urban renewal revenues are projected to dry up after 2025 unless the City Council approved new districts.
...continues at the Oregonian.
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Old Posted Jun 14, 2016, 7:18 PM
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Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 9316 SE Woodstock Blvd:

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2 development projects – in CM zone Mixed use commercial retail development with parking and in the R1a zone six unit residential development with 9 parking spaces proposed. Looking to meet community design standards.
Early Assistance has been requested by Edge Development for a project at 8080 SE 6th Ave:

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Demo house. Construct a new 3-story apartment building. Plans to meet community design standards. This EA is really to find out if PBOT will require a ROW dedication, and if so, what size.
A building permit is under review for a project at 4403 SE Johnson Creek Blvd:

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Addition to existing single story building for new self storage building, add 2 total stories over existing building, new 3 story additions at east and west elevations of building; includes 2 new parking areas at east and west of property, includes associated site work and landscaping
A building permit was issued for The Geode at 2512 SE 25th Ave:

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Partial change of occuancy and 2 story addition of 16,658 sq. ft. to existing single story concrete building. Complete structural upgrade to 2010 OSSC. Shell permit. Separate tenant improvement permits required. Trade permits separate. Appeal for live/work unit.
A building permit was issued to TVA Architects for a project at 1313 SE Lambert St:

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New 4 story 19 unit apartment building, main floor to include trash room and electrical room; with associated site work
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I had been hoping, somewhat without merit, that the Geode wouldn't wind up looking like the design they'd shown of on the building placard.
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An Adjustment is under review for a project at 1205 SE Morrison St by Scott Edwards Architecture:

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Adjustment requests for height (max story limit) and rear lot line setback requirements for the development of a 4-story, 39-unit apartment building.
A building permit is under review for a project at 8539 SE Alder St:

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Construct new 3 story, 3 unit condo building with alley access, includes associated site work and utilities
A building permit was issued to Allusa Architecture for a project at 1920 SE Madison St (formerly 1932 SE Madison):

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Construct new 2 story 4 plex; site work to include new flow thru planter, short term bicycle, new walk ways +++NFPA13 fire sprinklers required by separate permit+++
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Walked by this project the other day, pretty narrow footprint - I'm surprised to see this kind of project go up. The current old building is home to Relish, a decent restaurant/gastropub. Has great outdoor seating during nice weather!

Now, if they'd only do something with the SE corner of the block, which is still a parking lot. And the west half of the block, which is a stalled housing project thats been sitting at the "almost ready to pour concrete foundations" stage since early 2014. According to this pdf, they have 21 small townhomes planned for the half-block site, which is owned by the same company that developed Relish and this new retail building - "Claybourne Commons LLC."


Aaah, found this tidbit on facebook:











You can tell that not much news happens down here in Sellwood.

Does anyone have any info on the status of Waechter's Claybourne Commons project? The site has been dormant for months and months. Recently they installed some landscaping. Any info would be much appreciated...
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Old Posted Jul 6, 2016, 7:05 PM
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Early Assistance has been requested by William Wilson Architects for a project at 310 SE 12th Ave:

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Proposal is for new four-story 84 unit apartment building with basement.
Early Assistance has been requested by Holst Architecture for 72Foster at 7120 SE Foster Rd:

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Project consists of new 80,000 sf four story building that will include 108 affordable housing units with approx. 10,000 sf of ground floor retail space and approx. 54 parking spaces.
Urban Development Group have submitted a project at 4926 SE Division St for building permit review:

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New construction of a mixeduse building consisting of 127 apartment units and 7000 sf of ground floor commercial space; below grade parking
Myhre Group Architects have submitted a project at 4901 SE Hawthorne Blvd for building permit review:

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Construct new 4 story mixed use building with (46) units and 2737 sf of retail, interior trash room
The Seven Corners Community Collaborative at 1949 SE Division St has been submitted for building permit review:

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Construct new 4 story office building with retail and parking on ground floor, offices on floors 2-4, includes associated site work
Building permits are under review for a project at 5414 SE Duke St:
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New 2-story building with 8 guest rooms

New 2-story building with 8 guest rooms

New 2-story building with 8 guest rooms
Iselin Architects have submitted a project at 8705 SE 13th Ave for building permit review:

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New 5 story 24 unit apartment building with underground parking
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Prime Boys & Girls Clubs property sold in Westmoreland, mixed-use development on the way



As expected when it hit the market late last year, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro's Westmoreland property has fetched a pretty penny and will likely be developed into a mixed-use project with apartments and retail.

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. announced today that Portland's NBP Capital has purchased the 1.21-acre site at 7119 S.E. Milwaukie Ave. for $8.8 million. NBP, which owns nearly 3,000 apartments and a half-million square feet of commercial property, has been active in recent times, including buying the Mint Urban RiverPlace apartments i n Portland and teaming up with Provenance Hotels on several hospitality projects.
...continues at the Portland Business Journal.
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Main Street Development have requested Early Assistance for a project at 5603 SE Milwaukie Ave:

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Proposal is to build a five story 28 unit apartment complex.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 5101 SE 17th Ave:

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Approximately 126 market-rate units in 5 stories for a total of 100,000 GSF, 50 under ground parking spaces with 14 above grade for a total of 64. Stormwater will be managed through underground detention and minor drainage swales.
A project at 2548 SE Ankeny St has been submitted for building permit review by Urban Development Group:

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New 5 story 77 unit apartment building with ground level parking
A project at 1205 SE Morrison St has been submitted for building permit review by Scott Edwards Architecture:

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Construct new 4 story (39) unit apartment building with parking and bike storage on main level; associated site work
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Exclusive: 64 apartments coming to a long-dormant corner of Southeast Portland



For years, a lone, drab building sat closed-up and empty at the northwest corner of the intersection of Southeast 52nd Avenue and Southeast Holgate Boulevard. A "No Graffiti" sign hung on the south face of it, often surrounded by various spray-painted tags.

As of just a few weeks ago, that building is no more. And in just about a month, that long quiet corner will begin its next chapter when ground breaks on the Lenox Addition Apartments, a four-story, 64-unit apartment building that will rise from the lot.

The project comes from a development team comprised of three different investment LLCs. Erik Opsahl, managing member of Rainier Pacific, which will be the contractor on the project, said the development is a unique one for the neighborhood in a few different ways.
...continues at the Portland Business Journal.
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That looks good, I am amazed at how fast the whole Foster-Powell and surrounding areas are redeveloping. At the rate we are going with Portland, there is gonna be a need for some new neighborhood names for these new urban districts that are popping up between and in larger old neighborhoods.
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That looks good, I am amazed at how fast the whole Foster-Powell and surrounding areas are redeveloping. At the rate we are going with Portland, there is gonna be a need for some new neighborhood names for these new urban districts that are popping up between and in larger old neighborhoods.
Don't you think that new names would just drive prices up even more. Manhattan had a similar experiment before they actually tried to get smart about it. If a new project is in a shady part of an old neighborhood, it's the new face of that neighborhood. A new chapter. No need to disown the past in this case. Sure from a developers perspective, there's a million plus reasons to consider the change. Just sayin'.....
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