An application for a condition use, greenway development permit, and zoning adjustment to allow single-family or duplex dwellings on 8 lots in the Industrial Commercial zone.But it's a little bit interesting!
The lot in question is at 102 Pine Street NE.
Quickly you see the reason.
It's even listed in Appendix D, Potentially Impacted Tax Lots, of the Salem River Crossing Project Right-of-Way Technical Report Addendum
|Right-of-Way Technical Report Addendum|
The site had been a strip club, which burned down, and it is reasonable to want to build something new there.
|Burned out strip club at Front and Pine (2012)|
This will be something to observe.
It will go before the Hearings Officer on April 12th.
Update, Tuesday the 11th
The Staff Report is out for tomorrow's Hearing, and it recommends approval.
While the subject property is within the footprint of the preferred alternative alignment...the City has not yet purchased the applicant's property. If the preferred alternative bridge alignment receives all necessary environmental planning approvals and is funded, additional right-of-way will likely need to be acquired from the subject property, which will conflict with this housing development proposal. Staff cannot predict when the bridge will be constructed, however, and the applicant has the right to develop the property at this time.
The applicant shall provide a 30-foot-wide scenic easement to the city for future development of walkways, bicycle paths, or landscaped areas within the right-of-way of Water Street indicated on the plat of Riverview Park Addition as 130 feet west of the alley.
|Marion County Assessor|
Finally, the discussion of "livability" is rather ironic and nonsensical given the admission that "the subject property is within the footprint of the preferred alternative alignment."