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Old Posted May 3, 2017, 11:39 PM
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Slightly related noob question:

Has anyone ever proposed a mural for the north side of the Multnomah Athletic Club?

Seems like a great opportunity to beautify the big blank back of that building and add some visual energy to the park.
Funny you should mention that... I was just thinking the same thing the other day. I highly doubt the MAC club would allow any creative types to "deface" their wall, because history, y'know?
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Some new renderings from the Timber's Facebook page.

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First round with the Design Commission

Looks like the first round with the design commission was favorable, but they are asking for more details about actual impacts at street level, including lighting and streetscaping. They will return in a month or two to the Commission with details.

From Jamie Goldberg at OregonLive posted today:
http://www.oregonlive.com/timbers/in...ent_stadi.html

The commission addressed a number of aspects in the design throughout the meeting, but seemed most interested in ensuring that the new arcade would be aesthetically pleasing and desirable for pedestrians. The commission also asked the Timbers and Allied Works Architecture for more specific information about how street lamps and fixtures would exist along the arcade and how far the sidewalk could be extended with the existing MAX line on SW 18th Ave.
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