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Land use review intakes for Oct. 22, 2018.

Byline: Sam Tenney

Oct. 15-21, 2018

Early assistance is sought for NBP Capital's proposed master plan development and possible land division of approximately eight acres in the RiverPlace area at 0150 S.W. Montgomery St. The applicant is Katherine Schultz of GBD Architects, and the owner is 0150 SW Montgomery Investments LLC.

Early assistance is pending for a project to locate Herc Rentals to an IG2-zoned warehouse property at 2900 N.E. Marine Drive, a site formerly occupied by a boat supply company. The applicant is Philip Sydnor of Integrate Architecture and Planning PC, and the owner is PPB LLC.

Early assistance is pending for the placement of two 1,500-square-foot modular buildings on the Bridger Elementary School campus at 7910 S.E. Market St. The applicant is Jared Lillegard of Portland Public Schools.

Early assistance is sought for a four-story, 140-unit affordable housing project at the Living Cully plaza site at 6723 N.E. Killingsworth St. The building would contain three stories of residential space over on-grade parking, community space and residences. The project will also feature a mid-block pedestrian crossing and public plaza facing Northeast Killingsworth Street. The applicant is Russell Wisniewski of Salazar Architect Inc., and the owner is Hacienda Community Development Corp.

Early assistance is sought for a tenant improvement for workspace at Harsch Investment Properties' 7 Southeast Stark building, currently under construction (core and shell) at 7 S.E. Stark St. The applicant is Lucy O'Sullivan of Works Progress Architecture, and the owner is 87 Stark Street LLC.

A Type II design review is pending for redevelopment of outdoor plaza spaces at the east side of "Cruzan Slabtown Office Building," a former Conway office building at 2151 N.W. Savier St. Proposed changes also include minor modifications to the faade at the basement and building entry, removal of a second-floor balcony at the building entry, and replacement of glazing at an existing south stairway. The applicant is Richard Dobrot of GBD Architects, and the owner is Slabtown JV LLC, which is registered to the Dallas, Texas address of Atlanta-based Invesco.

A Type II design review is pending for a proposed low-income single adult housing (LISAH) development featuring four buildings with a combined 42 affordable housing units at 2310 N. Hunt St. One building would contain 35 studios and one one-bedroom unit and a community room. The other three buildings would be single-room occupancy structures, each containing two living units, two shared bathrooms and one shared kitchen. All structures are designed to be modular. The project will also contain 13 parking spaces. The applicants are Dave Otte and Ben Ott of Holst Architecture, and the owner is the Prosper Portland.

A Type II historic resource review is pending for improvements to a 91-year-old warehouse building at 1205 S.E. Grand Ave. The project would include renovations to uncover and restore the original transom windows, and removal and replacement of storefront windows to bring the building up to date and restore its historic character. The applicant is Jodi Dubyoski of Brett Schulz Architect, and the owner is 1205 SE MLK LLC.

A Type II historic resource review is pending for changes to a three-story building at 716 S.E. Grand Ave., including renovating and repairing second-floor windows, patching a spot of brick where a drain was placed previously, cleaning brick, and installing a new wood storefront in the style of the original building. An existing roll-up door would be replaced with a new storefront entry. The applicant is Brett Laurila of BKL|A Architecture, and the owners are Tim and Fang Tze Khan.

Source: Portland Bureau of Development Services

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Publication:Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, OR)
Date:Oct 23, 2018
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