I think it's all the same property. The entrance to the garage, where the curb cut would be, is about midway between Oxford and Lancaster Streets:What's going on in the parcel above Oxford Street where the pilings and jersey barriers are, have I missed something?
This project definitely feels very "out of sight, out of mind" for me, but it's good infill and hopefully will be a catalyst for more growth in Bayside. So much potential in that area.This is one of those projects I keep forgetting about because of the out of the way location and the amount of time it's taken to finally get off the ground!
Agreed; there are so many parking lots in Bayside just begging to be developed for housing. With this development, I wish something taller were built on top of the "stout" parking garage.This project definitely feels very "out of sight, out of mind" for me, but it's good infill and hopefully will be a catalyst for more growth in Bayside. So much potential in that area.
What's happening with the existing shelter once the Riverside space is built? I'm sure I probably read about it, but it's escaping me. If it's just going away then it will only be diagonal from the homeless shelter in the short term.If these condos can be sold in a location diagonally opposite the homeless shelter, then I will be a believer in Portland as an unstoppable force to live and work.