In Sullivan’s Gulch, the Sullivan’s Gulch Group LLC of Northwest Portland and Patrick Kessi of Scappoose have been issued a permit to develop a new eight-story, 162 condominium structure on the Southwest corner of Northeast Multnomah Street and 21st Avenue.
Also in Overlook at 5009 N. Interstate Ave., plans are under review for Aniva LLC of Southwest Portland to construct a new apartment building with 90 units and tuck-under parking. The existing single-story 1,440-square-foot building would be demolished and is not subject to the 35-day demolition delay. At 5717 N. Greeley Ave., Firenze Development of Wilsonville has been issued a demolition permit for a two-story, 1,760-square-foot residence built in 1954.
Also in Overlook, James and Jane Sassalos have applied at 4284 N. Maryland Ave. to build two new mixed-use buildings between five- and six-stories tall with ground floor retail spaces, amenity rooms, and residential units with surface parking and below-grade parking accessed from an alley. At 2453 N. Humboldt St., Yves Labissiere has applied to confirm and divide the original lots to construct two new single-family homes with a possible additional dwelling unit on each lot.
In Arbor Lodge, Everett Custom Homes of Northwest Portland has secured a permit to construct a three-story, single family residence at 6011 N. Boston Ave. A demolition permit for the building on the property was issued in July. At 6627 N. Montana Ave., Christopher Steenson and Nicole Walter of Sunriver have secured a demolition permit to raze an 800-square-foot, single family residence built in 1949. Plans for a single-story, four-unit apartment building are under review.
In Concordia, Ash Street Building of Southeast Portland has applied to demolish a 1,000-square-foot residence at 3427 N.E. Killingsworth St. built in 1921. Two detached garages are included in the application. At 5424 N.E. 23rd Ave., Vantage Homes of Norco, Calif., has an application under review to demolish a 600-square-foot home built in 1923. Emily Johnson has been issued a demolition permit for her 900-square-foot residence at 4703 N.E. 28th Ave. with plans under review to replace the aging structure with a new two-story, single family residence.
In Woodlawn, Ann Rutherford has permission to demolish a 1,100-square-foot single family home built in 1942 at 1905 N.E. Ainsworth St. and replace it with a new duplex with two garages. At 1805 N.E. Rosa Parks Way, Dez Development of Clackamas has applied for a demolition permit for an 840-square-foot single family residence.