We have received notice that the owner of the lot at the SE corner of 15th Avenue and Fremont intends to apply to divide the lot to build two attached houses.
There will be a pre-application conference at 10:30 AM on Thursday, January 10, downtown at 1900 SW 4th Avenue, 4th Floor, Room 4a. The public is invited to attend and discuss this proposal with the developer.
For further information, please contact the Sabin LUTC chair, Rachel Lee, or:
1. The developer, Thomas Johnson, at 503- 679-3047; or
2. The conference coordinator, Jean Hester, at 503-823-7783.
Below is the comment that the Sabin LUTC submitted to the City in support of the proposal at 1217 NE Mason.
The Sabin LUTC has received a proposal to demolish and rebuild an expanded front garage at 1217 NE Mason. The applicants are requesting adjustments to the required front, side, and garage entrance setbacks and to allow a garage wall to be 27 feet closer to the street than the longest street-facing wall of the house.
This proposal is on the agenda for the next meeting of the LUTC, at 7 pm on Monday, November 5, in the Mt. Bachelor conference room at the Whole Foods on 15th & Fremont.
If you have feedback on this proposal, please contact the Sabin LUTC Chair, Rachel Lee, or submit a comment on the proposal directly to the City at David.Besley@portlandoregon.gov. The deadline for comments to the City on this proposal is November 13, 2018.
Below is the City's decision on the application to partition the corner lot at 1735 NE Skidmore.
The Sabin LUTC has received a proposal for altering an existing garage at 1612 NE Klickitat to elevate it by approximately 18 inches, construct a new concrete garage underneath it, extend the structure to the rear (south) by 5 feet, and convert it into an accessory dwelling unit. The applicant is also requesting a modification of the east setback from 5 feet to 2 feet. This property is within the boundaries of the Irvington Historic District and therefore must go through the historic review process.
If you have feedback on this proposal, please contact the Sabin LUTC Chair, Rachel Lee, or submit a comment on the proposal directly to the City. The deadline for comments to the City on this proposal is 5:00 pm on April 4, 2017.
The Landmarks Commission modified the administrative decision to approve the proposal for a house and detached garage on the lot to be created by partition of an existing double corner lot at 2011 NE Siskiyou. A copy of the Commission's decision is below.
Below is the comment that the Sabin LUTC submitted to the City in opposition to the corner lot partition proposed for 1735 NE Skidmore.
The Sabin LUTC received notice that an application has been made to divide the corner lot at 1735 NE Skidmore. The owner intends to build two attached houses on the two new lots, presumably after demolishing the existing house. The Sabin LUTC has not received any demolition notice yet. The owner intends to remove a 34-inch diameter street tree as part of the construction.
We will be discussing this proposed lot partition at the LUTC meeting on Monday, January 9, 2017, at 8:30 PM, in the Sabin School auditorium.
If you have feedback on this proposal, please contact the Sabin LUTC Chair, Rachel Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit a comment on the proposal directly to the City. The deadline for comments to the City on this proposal is 5:00 pm on February 6, 2017.
The Sabin LUTC has received a historic review notice for 2011 NE Siskiyou. In a separate application, the applicants intend to split this lot into two lots. In the current application, they are requesting historic review of the new house and new garage that they intend to build on the anticipated new lot.
Anyone may comment on this application, and the deadline for comments is 5:00 pm on October 5, 2016.
If you have questions or input about this historic review proposal, please contact the LUTC chair, Rachel Lee.
The City approved a preliminary plan to divide the corner lot west of 1217 NE Mason into 2 lots. The owner has now submitted a final plat application. For further information, please contact the LUTC chair, Rachel Lee.