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Quotes Needed for Courtyard

OneNorthCouryard

One North is a neighborhood development on Fremont between Williams and Vancouver with a courtyard nestled between three office buildings. The design plan includes laser-cut quotes in weathered steel bands located throughout the courtyard. What should they say? Your input is welcomed!


Board Meeting Minutes 2015-02-16

DRAFT—-NOT YET APPROVED

6:30 Board Meeting begins with a  warm-up question

Kristin Yates reads the minutes


Red House Blue House Gone

Only the stairs remain.  100 N Cook.

One house, two house, red house blue house, both will be gone soon.  The two houses on Cook near Vancouver are slated to be demolished, forever erasing 110 years of history in the neighborhood.


LUTC Meeting Minutes 2015-02-09

DRAFT – NOT YET APPROVED

Minutes of Eliot Neighborhood Association Land Use and Transportation Committee 2015-02-09


Larrabee and Albina Then and Now

The Albina Building 1927

The Albina Building, Larrabee and Albina, 1927.  Portland Archives A2009-009.2471. The Albina Building, Larrabee and Albina, 1927. Portland Archives A2009-009.2471.

This building on the corner of Larrabee (Interstate) and Albina was originally built as a hotel in the late 1890’s or early 1900’s.  The building looks like it was a triangle, however it was actually shaped like a “V”.  At the top of the building, over the corner entrance, are the words “The Albina”.  It appears there is additional text above in the shadows, but it is unreadable – or perhaps it is ornamentation.  In 1929, The Albina was home to the “Ideal Cafeteria” and the “Baxter Apartments”.


Union and Knott Then and Now

Union (MLK) and Knott 1929

Union and Knott 1929Union and Knott 1929. Portland Archives A2009-009.1053.

These twin houses on the corner of Union and Knott were built in 1900.  By 1929 Union had already become a busy street and the houses had started the transition from residential to commercial.  “Dr Muck Dentist” occupied the second floor of the house on the corner.  Over the course of his dental career Dr Earl C Muck had his office in different nearby locations on Union.


LUTC Meeting Minutes 2015-01-26

DRAFT – NOT YET APPROVED

Notes from Eliot Neighborhood Association Land Use and Transportation Committee meeting January 26, 2015.



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