Thursday, June 26, 2014

City Plans to Reduce Future Apartment Density in East Portland

City officials propose to decrease existing density allowances for about 935 acres in east Portland — effectively limiting the amount of potential new units built in a part of town that largely still lacks sidewalks. 

The downzoning is targeted to residential neighborhoods along Southeast 122nd Avenue and 136th Avenue, an area targeted for high density in a plan set out in 1996.  

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