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Land use review intakes for Feb. 12, 2018.

Byline: Sam Tenney

Feb. 5-11, 201 Design advice is pending for a new 15-story mixed-use building at 203 N.E. Grand Ave., where an automotive business now sits. The building would hold ground-floor retail space and apartments on levels two through 15. The applicant is Ryan Miyahira of Ankrom Moisan Architects, and the owners are Starks Inc. and DJ-Grand LLC. Early assistance is sought for construction of two residential buildings catering to motorcycle enthusiasts, one on each of two adjacent lots, at 1431 N. Church St and 5615 N. Maryland Ave. The primary option includes construction of one 19-unit residential building on each lot, with retail space on the North Interstate Avenue frontage of the North Church Street lot and motorcycle garage parking along the north face of the North Maryland Avenue parcel. Alternative options include maximizing FAR on the North Church Street lot with a 40-unit, 32,000-square-foot building and a 15-bed group living facility on the North Maryland Avenue lot. The applicant is Adam Hostetler of Works Progress Architecture, and the owner is Denise Johnson; developer Eli Spevak of Orange Splot LLC is the owner of the North Maryland Avenue property. Early assistance is sought for improvements to Gilbert Primary Park near Southeast 134th Avenue and Foster Road. Proposed improvements include a playground renovation, construction of an ADA-compliant pathway, new benches, and installation of a dry well for stormwater disposal. The applicant is Jill Hutchinson of Portland Parks & Recreation, and the owner is the city of Portland. Early assistance is pending for the addition of two auto repair stalls to a Jiffy Lube store at 11545 N.E. Sandy Blvd. The applicant is Ronald Ped of Ronald James Ped Architect PC, and the owner is Byrkit Land LLC. Early assistance is sought for improvements to a 93-year-old office building at 615 S.E. Alder St., including restoration of windows, signs and awnings, and discussion of mural rights. The applicant is Alan Peters of owner Melody Ballroom Investments LLC. Early assistance is sought for the remodel and expansion of the Casa Diablo adult entertainment nightclub at 239 N.W. St. Helens Road. The applicant proposes adding four stories to the building to include performance rooms, a bar, offices, a dressing room, a central staircase and an elevator. The parking lot would be partially reconfigured, with a new occupied roof deck on the existing building and a roof terrace on the addition. The applicant is Dan Goodrich of Icon Architecture/Planning Inc., and the owner is JZ Property Management LLC. A pre-application conference is sought for a requested zoning code change to a property at 4317 N.E. Jarrett St. from R to R2.5. The proposal is for future development of up to 21 single-family residences on three tax lots currently zoned Rh. The applicant is Matthew Newman of NW Engineers LLC, and the owner is Secure Holdings LLC. A pre-application conference is pending for an 11-lot subdivision with a private street at 5990 S.W. Hamilton St. The applicant is Alan DeHarpport of LWD LLC, and the owner is James Metcalfe. A pre-application conference is sought for a 34-lot subdivision at 14230 S.E. Ellis St., including the extension of Southeast 142nd Place, Southeast Cannon Street and Southeast Reedway Street. The applicant is Ante Skoro of Clear Water Homes LLC, and the owners are Stephan and Nancy Baton. A pre-application conference is sought for construction of a new trail bridge over Tryon Creek in the Foley-Balmer Natural Area, which is part of Marshall Park in Southwest Portland. The applicant is Jill Hutchinson of Portland Parks & Recreation, and the owner is Metro. A pre-application conference is requested for the modification of an existing conditional use to amend the boundary, and a possible adjustment to buffering standards, of a church property at 5542 N.E. Killingsworth St. for a planned residential development. The applicant is Debbie Cleek of The Bookin Group, and the owner is Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Portland. A Type II adjustment procedure is pending to convert existing storage space in a building at 0 S.E. Pershing St. to additional office space, and increase the size of an existing storage mezzanine. The adjustment requested is to reduce the required amount of interior parking landscape area per stall and remove the requirement for trees required per stall for interior landscaping. The applicant is Melissa Meiners of Koble Creative Architecture LLC, and the owner is HD Properties LLC. A Type II conditional use procedure is sought for the construction of a 6,000-square-foot indoor hitting facility and storage building at Cleveland High School, 3111 S.E. Powell Blvd. The applicant is Steve Geiszler of owner Portland Public Schools. A Type II design review is sought for a new entry and canopy for a small restaurant tenant at 215 S.E. Ninth Ave. The applicant is Eric Wenzel of Scott | Edwards Architecture, and the owner is Pine Street Studios LLC. A Type II design review is requested for the installation of a new exterior walk-up ATM on the east faade of an existing bank building at 717 N.E. Grand Ave. The applicant is Kara Lange of Market Contractor LTD, and the owner is Columbia Bank.

A Type III design review is sought for a new canopy above the entrance to the Wells Fargo Center tower at 1300 S.W. Fifth Ave., as well as the addition of a glass building enclosure around an existing covered terrace surrounding the adjacent Data Processing Building at 350 S.W. Jefferson St. An existing drive-thru on Southwest Fourth Avenue would be replaced with a new terraced street frontage, and a roof deck would be added to the Data Processing Building. The applicant is Patrick Gilligan of Lincoln Property Company, and the owner is SOF-XI WFP Owner LLC of Greenwich, Connecticut. A Type II design review with modifications is pending for a modification to a previously-approved design of a five-story affordable housing project under construction at 5959 S.E. 92nd Ave. The applicant is Masaye Hoshide of Ankrom Moisan Architects, and the owners are Fox Pointe Limited Partnership and Palindrome Lents Limited. A Type II historic resource review is pending for the addition of an outer glass security door/vestibule adjacent to the sidewalk at the historic United Carriage Building at 700 S.W. Taylor St. The applicant is Craig Stockbridge of GBD Architects, and the owner is Broadway and Taylor LLC, which is managed by Mark and Greg Goodman of Downtown Development Group. A Type II historic resource review is sought for the renovation of a series of historic fountains and parks that are part of the Open Space Sequence, including Keller Fountain, Pettygrove Park, Lovejoy Fountain and the Source Fountain. Improvements are to include fountain mechanical renovations, concrete and masonry restoration, lighting upgrades, ADA improvements, drainage improvements, and overall restoration of the plazas to help them function better and be better maintained, while respecting the original design intent. The applicant is Sandra Burzos of Portland Parks & Recreation, and the owner is the city of Portland. A Type III land division partition with environmental review is sought for a planned project on unimproved property on the block of Southwest Broadway Drive. The development, Tangent Village, would contain 14 single-family homes constructed in an updated Pacific Modernist style. The development would be accessed via a private driveway from Southwest Tangent Street. The applicant is Mark Bell of Mark R. Bello Consulting Inc., and the owner is Guenther LLC. Source: Portland Bureau of Development Services

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Publication:Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, OR)
Date:Feb 13, 2018
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