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BRIEFING - National Register Nomination Review- J. J. and Hazel Parker House
CITY CONTACT: Brandon Spencer-Hartle, BPS, 503-823-4641 email@example.com
Review National Register of Historic Places nomination for the J. J. and Hazel Parker House
APPLICANT: Ronald Walters & Tonya Nichols
SITE: 2069 NW Overton St
CITY CONTACT: Megan Sita Walker, BDS, 503-865-6515, MeganSita.Walker@portlandoregon.gov
Type III Historic Designation Review to designate the property at 2069 NW Overton Street as a Conservation Landmark at the request of the owner. The proposed resource is a 2 1/2 story wood framed structure constructed in 1902 in Craftsman Style sited on a 5,000 SF lot in the Northwest Plan District. A Conservation Landmark is a type of historic resource designation to signify a building, portion of a building, structure, object, landscape, tree, site, or place that the City has designated for its special archaeological, architectural, cultural, or historical merit.
RESCHEDULED FROM 4/24/23
APPLICANT: Becca Cavell | Bora Architecture
SITE: 5210 N Kerby Ave
CITY CONTACT: Art Graves, BDS, 503-865-6517 Arthur.Graves@portlandoregon.gov
DAR for proposed redevelopment of the Jefferson High School buildings and campus located in the Piedmont Conservation District. Proposed alterations include either complete or partial demolition of the existing contributing buildings and site amenities: track, fields, parking areas, etc. to be replaced with new buildings, track, fields, parking areas, etc. The following Modifications are anticipated but, due to schematic drawings, additional Modifications may be identified:
- Setback – Minimum (33.150.215).
- Setback – Maximum (33.150.215).
- Transit Street Main Entrance (33.150.265).
- Parking area setbacks and landscaping (33.266.130.G).
- Recreational Fields (33.279.040).
- Superblocks (33.293).
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