LUTC Meeting Agenda 2016-11-14

Eliot Land Use and Transportation Committee Agenda
November 14, 2016 7:00 pm
St Philip the Deacon Episcopal Church
120 NE Knott Street (map)
(car parking off Rodney behind the church, entrance on Knott street)

6:55 pm Welcome & Introductions

          1. Approve minutes from past months
          2. Agenda additions?
          3. Legacy Emanuel Yearly update
          4. Land Use Committee Elections
          5. Approve letter re:Bike Parking @ Grant Warehouse
          6. Notices
          7. Other Updates & Public Comment

————————–Ongoing projects to keep in mind—————————Proposed multifamily projects:

Grant Warehouse Project (east side of MLK between Ivy & Cook)
project on hold – 9-story tower at Schuyler and 2nd (Coast Mirror Site)
MLK and Morris – Cascadia Healthcare Redevelopment – 2 buildings.
Williams and Monroe – SolTerra architects “The Woods” – 50 units with some parking
3138 N Williams – SolTerra – 110 units, 44? parking
NE Williams and Ivy – NE Corner – future large building with alley behind? Has not been formally proposed yet.  expecting 5 stories in front, 2 in back
Y-Ba architects –MLK and Sacramento – 16 units no parking SE corner.
51 NE Weidler – Car dealership with apartments/housing above
Under Construction Multifamily:
Thompson and 7th – Old Albina Row. – 8 units with garages – 4 each in 2 buildings
1931 N Williams – U shaped 5-story 160 units + 90 parking spots
N Williams and Fremont – Carbon12 – 14 high end condos with private elevator access, 22 parking spaces, ground floor retail
7th and Russell – 6 story 68 units, 43 parking spaces
2405 Vancouver – 5 story 54 units over parking.City Projects:
South Eliot Sewer Project
NE Rodney Bikeway – almost complete


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