New Green Zebra market on Division at 50th with 127 apartments, at Mar. 28 RNA Land Use Meeting

Learn about the building proposed for 50th and Division, which will include a Green Zebra market as well as 127 units (with bike and car parking) at the Richmond Neighborhood Land Use meeting. David Mullens will present plans for UDG company’s building.

Also at the meeting, Marty Stockton of Portland’s BPS will talk about the proposal to upzone areas within a block of arterials from R-5 to R-2.5, which has been the underlying proposal for years, but now would be official, and may encourage more smaller houses.

Marty will also talk about the Mixed Use Zones project, which will change rules to provide incentives for developers to include affordable units in larger apartment buildings.

Monday, Mar. 28, 7-9 PM, 3300 SE Woodward (one block south of Clinton at 33rd Ave.)

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8 years ago

Looking forward to having a grocery store in the neighborhood!

8 years ago

is this a new building where the old Green Zebra was going to be on the SW corner? not the new one on the NW corner?

I really like that old building… was hoping it could stay… but I guess the area does need more density with all the development lately…

I never go to this corner anymore since the Los Gorditas cart moved and I started boycotting Mi Mero Mole (due to their complaining of used parking spaces that aren’t theirs by car2go vehicles)…