DCBA March 2016

DCBA Pres.: Sydney Mead

email syndney@propertymanagementcom

Meetings: 3rd Tuesday

OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond 

7:30 am 

3930 SE Division



OHSU dignitaries attended the ribbon cutting for the new health clinic at Benson High School. The clinic will offer primary care as and a place for health profession students to learn in an operating clinic. The clinic is scheduled to open in mid-March.

Mark your calendars. March 19 is Community Day at Division Hardware from 10 am – 2 pm. See the updated, expanded product lines – almost everything your house and garden need.

Eugenios is gone. Eugene Gray boasted that it was the last coffee shop that didn’t host patrons talking exclusively to their computers. Eugenios and the Kung Fu Bakery shared the building at the corner of 36th and Division. There is some activity at 2865, probably a restaurant judging from the history of permits. The Woodsman, at 46th, now has curtains on the former market as well as the tavern. Kim Jong Grill has added covered dining. The blue house on the corner of 47th and Division with the six foot hole in the front yard plans to add an accessory unit as well as underground storage.

Deb Santomero moved Full Spectrum Health from 3305 SE Division to 4130 E. Burnside St. The property has changed hands. Scott Hay moved One Inch Round to SE 73rd and Foster. Gladrags Women’s Health Inc., operated by Tracy Puhl moved into 4106 SE Division Unit A.

Tranquille at 2122 SE Division is a foot salon. Mary Jane’s House of Glass No 12 is open at 3619 SE Division. 1126 SE Division is still mostly for lease. Pine Street Biscuits and LVLY are the only businesses in the renovated building. Across the street, there is space in Studio 1235. There is still no activity at 2111 or 2215 Division. Vintage Vintage sits on the corner of 11th and Division, just up the street from IPRC

If you want to know what’s happening in your neighborhood, find demolition permits published at www.theportlandchronicle.com. The website keeps a timely list of demolition permits for the city.  Some of them have short stories giving the background on the house or the known plans for its replacement. There were 5 demolition permits recorded in the inner southeast in 2014, 15 of them in 2015, and 3 already this year.

DCBA March 2016

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