DCBA Pres.: Jean Baker
Meetings: 3rd Tuesday
OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond
3930 SE Division
More changes are coming to the street. Holly Johannessen resigned as our marketing guru and we’ll shortly be looking for a replacement for this part time, on the street position.
Paul Stevens has taken over Night Light Lounge at the corner of 20th and Clinton. He says they are revamping the food and drink menus and will open again soon.
The former Serenity House at 35th will be replaced by apartments, five will be affordable. There will be no commercial space in the building. The completed Division Design guidelines will be available in September.
Clay’s Smoke House is returning to Division Street. Tidbit Food Farm will close October 8 and everyone will have moved out by the end of October. Housing is going in. Demolition has begun at 33rd and Division, the former Guitar Crazy and Rip City Remedies, on another apartment building. Shanghai at 28th will soon become apartments. Construction will begin soon at the SE corner at 50th and Division, former home of Green Zebra. An arm of the French School is moving into the school rooms in the brick annex at St. Philip Neri. Division Medical Clinic at 41st and Division is in early planning stages, more apartments? Rumor says that Tom’s is definitely not for sale. Still nothing definite about the future of the Rite Aid across from Tom’s.
Cats Paw Saloon opened at 3565 SE Division. Michael Reyes and Emily Griffith have returned a storage shed to a commercial use. Congratulations. Secret Forest, a used bookstore and Spiritual Shop, opened at 3561 SE Division. Their hours are evenings and weekends.