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O’Bryant Square proposal in Portland land use review intakes | Sept. 5, 2023

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Listen to this article Listen to this article A weekly list of highlights from commercial land use review activity in Portland by the Bureau of Development Services in the prior week. Design review with modification – pending Address: Northwest 21st Avenue (within the 97209 zip code) Applicant: Kurt Schultz of SERA Architects Owner: Preg NW Portland LLC of San Mateo, California The proposal calls for construction of a full-block, seven-story apartment building with 160 market-rate units on Block 292 East. Early assistance – pending Address: 2211 N.W.

Front Ave. Applicant: Kyle Champion and Dan Flatten of U-Haul Company of Portland Owner: Unkeles Family LLC Adaptive reuse of a warehouse as a showroom is proposed. The day-to-day operations would include retail sales and service for truck sharing and freight movement. Early assistance (design advice) – pending Address: 3181 S.W.

Sam Jackson Park Road Applicant: David Staczek and Kristina Thomsen of ZGF Architects Owners: Oregon State Board of Higher Education and United States of America Department of Veterans Affairs Project & Property Management of Washington, D.C. A 180,000-square-foot addition to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is proposed.

It would be located west of the existing building and include neonatal intensive care units, labor and delivery and postpartum and antepartum rooms. Type 2 procedure (nonconforming situations review) – pending Address: 7805 S.E. Oaks Park Way Applicant: Debbie Cleek of The Bookin Group Owner: Oaks Park Association Plans call for removing an existing office building, constructing a 3,668-square-foot office building, and constructing a 2,944-square-foot picnic shelter.

Work would also involve removal of a residential structure, construction of a new river overlook, additions of pavilion facades, replacement of the ticket booth and gift shop pavilion, creation of a grill pavilion and staff break area, relocation of several rides, addition of one ride, addition of landscaping, and reconfiguration of the trail and parking area. Early assistance – pending Address: O’Bryant Square, at 800 S.W.

Harvey Milk St. Applicant: Ross Swanson of Portland Parks & Recreation Owner: The city of Portland The proposal calls for dividing the square into four distinct spaces that would include an approximately 12,000-square-foot recreation and event area that would possibly feature crushed rock, an elevated stage area, an approximately 3,000-square-foot concrete platform stage area for small events, and an approximately 4,300-square-foot lawn.

The recreation and event space could accommodate music performances, skate park features, mobile playgrounds, and food carts. Early assistance (design advice) – pending Address: Northeast 25th Avenue (within the 97232 zip code) Applicant: Jason Jones of Ankrom Moisan Architects Owner: SP Jade II LLC of Seattle A proposal calls for constructing an approximately seven-story, 221,831-square-foot apartment building with 165 market-rate units.

There would be ground-floor residential amenities and two levels of below-grade parking. Early assistance – pending Address: 3550 N.E. Broadway Applicant: Rachelle Mackey of Blue Pearl Operations LLC of Tampa, Florida Owner: Lau Family Revocable Trust An approximately 16,869-square-foot veterinary hospital is proposed. Source: Portland Bureau of Development Services See also:

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