|Volume 17, Issue 5||
Wednesday, May 15, 6:30 pm, Beaverton City Council Chambers, 12725 SW Millikan Way
An application has been submitted to Beaverton for a new recreational facility at the southwest corner of Cedar Hills Bl. and Barnes Rd. The proposed development would include a four-story building, a separate tennis and parking facility, and an outdoor pool.
Stories one through three will consist of 138,000 square feet including the Life Café, Life Spa, Life Time Kids Academy, group fitness studios (Yoga, Pilates, Barre, Cycle, etc.), indoor pools, basketball courts, resistance/free weight equipment and much more.
The fourth floor of the athletic facility would contain 31,170 square feet of Life Time Work, a shared workspace.
The Tennis/Parking Facility would include 10 indoor tennis courts and two levels of above-grade structured parking, containing 619 stalls.
The Pool Deck would be approximately 37,313 square feet and contain a lap pool, leisure pool and whirl pool/spa area.
Surface Parking would contain roughly 179 surface stalls.
In addition to the improvements on the subject property, the Owner/Applicant is proposing offsite improvements along SW Cedar Hills Boulevard and SW Barnes Road. This will consist of various right-of-way improvements along these frontages and the installation of a storm water sewer line on Tax Lot 200, north of SW Barnes Road. Barnes will be widened to five lanes from Cedar Hills Bl. to 117th.
The application and supporting documents are available on Beaverton’s website here.
Comment deadline Wednesday, May 15, 4:30 pm
Lot 1 of the Peterkort Planned Unit Development is located at the northwest corner of Cedar Hills Bl. and Barnes Road. The approval would have expired on March 20, and if this extension is approved, it would be extended until March 20, 2021. Comments to Jana Fox, 503-526-3710 or jfox@BeavertonOregon.gov. Find background in this article, where this lot is called Peterkort West.
Wednesday, May 29, 6:30 pm, Beaverton City Council Chambers, 12725 SW Millikan Way
Community Partners for Affordable Housing has submitted their application to build a multifamily development at the southeast corner of Murray and Cornell. The development was described in this article from last month.
Tuesday, June 4, 6:30 pm, Beaverton Council Chambers, 12725 SW Millikan Way
Beaverton City Council will consider a proposal to amend the Beaverton Comprehensive Plan to apply the city’s Station Community Multiple Use (SC MU) zoning to the properties that comprise the Cedar Hils Shopping Center near the intersection of US 26 and Highway 217.
The property owner has requested to be annexed to the city. We had heard rumors that the center would be demolished for mixed-use that would include housing. The SC MU zoning would allow that.
The council will hear the petition for annexation and also have the first reading of the Ordinance to apply the new zoning. A second reading and decision is scheduled for June 11.
The application and supporting documents will be available on Beaverton’s website here, on or after May 28.
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