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Old Posted Jun 28, 2016, 7:12 PM
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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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Old Posted Jun 30, 2016, 5:55 PM
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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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Old Posted Jul 13, 2016, 1:32 AM
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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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Old Posted Jul 13, 2016, 7:11 AM
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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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Old Posted Jul 14, 2016, 7:28 PM
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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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Old Posted Jul 16, 2016, 9:39 PM
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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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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'.....
New names isn't what drives up prices, people moving to areas and increasing demand faster than supply is what drives up prices. Naming an area after it has changed completely is just a natural progression.

There is no such thing as the as the Division or Clinton neighborhood, yet if I said either of those two names, you would know exactly which neighborhoods I was talking about. The same goes for Mississippi, North Williams, and even Belmont and Hawthorne. Areas that weren't traditionally the name of a neighborhood is what now identifies new portions of neighborhoods.

The history of Portland neighborhoods are unique in the sense that they put the commercial on the edges of the neighborhoods to create such streets like Hawthorne, where the Hawthorne District is a collection of several neighborhoods depending on which side of the street you are on.
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Latest drawings [PDF - 28MB] for the Seven Corners Community Collaborative.
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That area is called Seven Corners? I never knew that....
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Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 4540 SE Milwaukie Ave:

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Proposal is for a four story multi-unit development. One single family residence and one commercial bldg to be demolished.
A building permit is under review for a project at 5209 SE 18th Ave:

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Construct new 6 story, 59 unit apartment building, parking, trash area, bike storage, electrical room and lobby on 1st floor, floors 2-6 include apartment living units, includes associated site work
Edge Development have submitted a project at 634 SE Spokane St for building permit review:

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Construct new 3 story (12) unit apartment building with site work
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TVA Architects have requested Early Assistance for a project at 1823 SE 50th Ave:

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Proposal for a four story 19 unit apartment building. No parking provided. Existing building to be removed.
Holst Architecture have submitted the Asian Health and Services Center at 9005 SE Foster Rd for building permit review:

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Construct new 3 story, 29,000 sf office building with ground floor commercial lease space, includes onsite parking and associated site work
A building permit was issued for The Truman apartments at 1525 SE 44th Ave:

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New construction-new 4-story mixed use building with retail space on ground floor area and 30 residential units
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Portland's newest maker space takes shape in the Iron Fireman (Photos)



ScanlanKemperBard and its ownership partner, WHI Real Estate Partners L.P., could have revamped the old Iron Fireman Building and an adjacent industrial building into an updated space for one or maybe two large industrial users.

In fact, that's what the roughly 150,000-square-foot complex at Southeast 17th and Schiller had hosted for decades. That changed in 2014 when aerospace manufacturer PECO Manufacturing moved to Clackamas, leaving the buildings vacant. (A printing and direct mail company also occupied part of the space as well.)

But SKB and WHI, which bought the buildings this year for $5.3 million, envision a different kind of use that makes more sense in this day and age and in this city. Instead of one or two large tenants, the owners are investing some $10 million to revamp the buildings and prep them for the makers, artisans and creative manufacturers who have increasingly come to call Portland home.
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1823 SE 50th open house

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The owners of 1823 SE 50th will hold an "open house" to describe their project, on Tues. Aug. 2 at 5:30 PM at Lucky Lab on Hawthorne.

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LRS Architects have requested Early Assistance for a project at 2310 SE Hawthorne Blvd:

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New 4 story mixed-use building including 61 living units over retail and 23 parking stalls.
A multiple building project at 6702 SE 72nd Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

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New construction of 3 story triplex

New construction of 3 story, 6 unit apartment building with site improvements

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Final Findings And Decision By The Landmarks Commission for the Seven Corners Community Collaborative.
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LRS Architects have requested Early Assistance for a project at 2310 SE Hawthorne Blvd:
2310 Hawthorne is Kreuger's open-air market in a tent. An innovative business model. BPS puzzled over what kind of permit to issue for it. It's demise may generate some controversy, although it doesn't seem to be the highest and best use of the property. Maybe they'll relocate in the ground floor of the new building .
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William Wilson Architects have requested Early Assistance for a project at 7119 SE Milwaukie Ave:

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New 4-story, 232 unit apartment building with basement garage. Stormwater is proposed to be disposed of through drywells under the garage.
A project at 3220 SE 19th Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

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(3) story addition to existing building, retain portions of foundation and exterior walls for floors 1 and 2. New parking lot, site upgrages and utilities.
A building permit was issued for the Clinton 50 Lofts at 2655 SE 50th Ave (previously 2645 SE 50th Ave):

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New construction of a four story 121 unit apartment building with basement parking. With mechanical permit 16-119795-mt.
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Notice of a Type II Proposal for the Asian Health & Service Center at 9005 SE Foster Rd.
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