Category Archives: development

Development Notices and Responses

KNA received the following mail today related the properties at:

  • 422 NE Aberta —  Modifications to Existing Structure and Landscape  pdf
  • 3606 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd — Proposed Mix-Use Commercial Residential pdf
  • NW Corner of Alberta and NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd – Proposed Grocery Store pdf

 

 

Proposed Development Design Presentation Slides from Last Night’s Meeting

Hello,

If you were not able to attend last night, below you’ll find links to photos taken of the presentation by TVA Architects and Vic Remmer’s Everett Custom Homes.

Presentations were made for three properties:

NE Mason & NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

Proposed NE MLK NE Mason Apartments TVA Architect And Vic Remmers Presentation Slides From KNA October Meeting.pdf

3914 NE Garfield

Proposed NE Garfield Street Apartments TVA Architect And Vic Remmers PresentationSlides_FromKNAOctoberMeeting.pdf

442 NE Jessup

Proposed NE Jessup Street Apartments TVA Architect And Vic Remmers Presentation Slides From KNA October Meeting.pdf

Please contact contact them with your questions and concerns:

Everett Custom Homes
(503) 726-7060
735 SW 158th Ave #180, Beaverton, OR 97006
http://everetthomesnw.com/contact/
tva Architects
(503) 220-0668
920 SW Sixth Ave., Suite 1500
Portland, Oregon 97204
http://tvaarchitects.com/firm/contact

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

N/NE Community Oversight Committee – October 6th

N/NE Community Oversight Committee:
Next Meeting is October 6th

When:
Tuesday, October 6th from 6pm – 7:45pm

Where:
Maranatha Church
4222 NE 12th Ave
Portland, OR 97211

The Community Oversight Committee is a community-based group formed to oversee the Portland Housing Bureau’s work to increase housing opportunity and address issues of displacement in North and Northeast Portland. (Click here for a list of committee members). The committee meets quarterly to hear progress updates on the N/NE initiative. These meetings are open to the public.

This meeting will be an opportunity for more in-depth discussion and public comment on topics of interest from September’s meeting, and to learn about upcoming plans for Interstate funding. You can find Tuesday’s agenda here.

Oversight Committee meetings are open to the public.
Meeting schedules and agendas are posted here.
http://www.portlandoregon.gov/phb/67191