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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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JumpTown–A New Vision for the Rose Quarter

memorial coliseumCharlie Burr of public relations firm Edelman, will present the new JumpTown concept for revitalizing the Rose Quarter at our next meeting on November 18th. The November meeting was delayed a week due to the Veterans Day holiday. Edelman represents the Trail Blazers and Portland Arena Management on development plans for the Memorial Coliseum and vicinity. The JumpTown name conjures the jazz history of the area prior to its bulldozing in the wake of urban renewal. Once a thriving neighborhood and now a sea of concrete, much attention has been paid as of late as to how to breathe life back into the district.

Jumptown Rose Quarter

Come next Wednesday and see if this is the right idea and if it can benefit the residents of NE Portland.

http://vimeo.com/6304174
http://www.imaginejumptown.com/

Vanport Project Advisory Committee to Meet

Find out what is going on with negotiations to complete development of the Vanport Project on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard between Alberta and Killingsworth.  The heart of the King Neighborhood and the key to a vibrant commercial center, the Vanport Project has seen many false starts over the years and has struggled to land an anchor tenant to begin construction at the Alberta Corner.  If you can’t make the meeting, the Association has our own representative on the committee who can give us an update at the Association’s meeting.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008
6:00-8:00 P.M.
Irvington Village located at 420 NE Mason and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Transit Stop: Bus#6 stop 5935 North and 5934 South

The committee will discuss negotiations between the Vanport Partners and an anchor tenant for Phase III of the Vanport Project. In addition, PDC staff will outline the mitigation options for the Phase III site. Vanport Partners will update the committee on the status of Phases I and II of the project.

Contact: Bernie Kerosky PDC Project Manager, 503 823-3349