Projects

6817 NE 7th Avenue
Portland OR 97211

<PROJECT ONE>
Project Location
:  Dekum Triangle
Project Name
:       The Dekum Charles Condominiums

Summary: Existing 1890 Queen Anne Victorian vernacular home transformed into four condominium units, one flat per floor. Original architectural style and integrity preserved and new square footage added within original footprint by raising structure. Outdoor space conserved for kids, pets, gardening and recreation.


Update:  
All four units are for sale as of 8/12/17.
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Woodsong Property Renovation Partners, LLC has chosen the Woodlawn neighborhood as a target market for several reasons: Dekum Triangle is currently blossoming as one of the most vibrant pocket neighborhoods in Portland, featuring numerous restaurants, cafes, and other destinations within a very short walk. Multiple frequent service transit lines are within a two block walk, featuring connecting service directly to all of the MAX lines in the region, and to downtown. The famed Williams/Vancouver bicycle corridor is just a few blocks away, providing easy, high-quality bicycle access to downtown.

The award-winning Breakside Brewery, the Oregon Public House (the nation’s first not-for-profit pub), the Grand Army Tavern, the Firehouse Restaurant, Woodlawn Coffee & Pastry, and Good Neighbor Pizzeria are all located within a two-minute walk around Dekum Triangle. A short walk or bike ride further up Dekum Street are P’s & Q’s Market, Tamale Boy, Bassotto Gelateria Café, and the Hi Wheel Wine & Mead Co. The location is very close to many other popular destinations in inner North/Northeast Portland, including the Alberta Arts District just to the south.

Now complete as of August 2017, the structure is two-and-a-half stories above a daylight basement, approximately 24’ wide by 55’ deep. It houses four unique, variably priced, independent flats, ranging in size from two to three bedrooms, with modern interior amenities and open floor plans.

The architecture has retained the Queen Anne Victorian vernacular style of the original structure, preserving the historic elements, including: the front porch, attic dormers, intricate exterior woodwork, and other period details that add to the building’s status as a contributing property in the Woodlawn Historic Conservation District.

Each unit offers ample natural light, high-ceilinged and spacious living areas, private outdoor space in the form of balconies or patios as well as a common yard and green space, access to a secure and detached bicycle garage and a common utility and storage room area.

Amenities with 5 minutes walk time:
  • Oregon Public House
  • Firehouse Restaurant
  • Good Neighbor Pizzeria
  • Woodlawn Coffee & Pastry
  • Breakside Brewery & Pub
  • The Grand Army Tavern
  • Drishti Yoga
  • Dekum Street Doorway
  • Woodlawn Swap-n-Play
  • The High Water Mark
  • Woodlawn Park
Amenities with 5-20 minutes walk time:
  • Tamale Boy
  • Bassotto Gelateria Cafe
  • Hi Wheel Fizzy Wine Co
  • Knockout Taco
  • Piedmont Station Food Carts
  • The Mississippi and Alberta Arts neighborhoods

<PROJECT TWO>
Project Location
:   ‘Heart of Foster’  / Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood
Project Name
:        The Citizen Flats Condominiums

SummaryExisting 1906 Craftsman home transformed into four condominium units, one flat per floor. Original architectural style and integrity preserved and new square footage added within original footprint by raising structure. Outdoor space conserved for kids, pets, gardening and recreation.

Woodsong Property Renovation Partners, LLC has chosen the Mt. Scott-Arleta neighborhood as a target market for several reasons: it is close to the popular “Heart of Foster” area; Foster Road has frequent bus service that continues to the popular Hawthorne Blvd area on its way downtown; Foster is slated to receive a “road diet” later this year that will add bicycle lanes in each direction, as well as other improvements including enhanced crosswalks; the retail district on Foster is up-and-coming, with ample opportunities for future development in the area.

A block away, the bustling and highly regarded new Portland Mercado – the first Latino public market in Portland — recently opened, featuring:

  • Grocery and produce
  • Beer and wine bottle shop & bar
  • Meat and chorizo shop
  • Cafe that imports their own coffee beans from the family coffee farm in Nicaragua and roasts them at Coava’s facility in Portland
  • Party and piñata shop
  • Juice and fruit bar
  • Full-time affordable commissary kitchen for start-up entrepreneurs
  • 8 food carts in an outdoor plaza
  • An incubator, providing affordable retail space for businesses to launch and grow in a convenient location

When complete, the structure will be  two-and-a-half stories above a daylight basement, approximately 60’ wide by 35’ deep. It will house four dwelling units, ranging in size from one to three bedrooms. The architecture will retain the Craftsman style of the original structure, with modern interior amenities and open floor plans. Each unit will have ample natural light and private outdoor space.

Amenities within 5 Minutes Walk Time:
  • Portland Mercado
  • Maple Leaf Restaurant
  • I Heart Retro: antique store
Amenities within 5-10 Minutes Walk Time:
  • N.W.I.P.A.: Neighborhood brewpub
  • Pieper Cafe
  • Bar Carlo: Restaurant
  • Red Castle Games
  • Space Monkey Coffee
  • HOMEBASS: Avant-garde record store
  • Arleta Library Bakery Cafe
  • Mt. Scott Community Center & Pool
  • Mt. Scott Park
Amenities within 10-20 Minutes Walk Time:
  • Hometown Pizza
  • FAT Cupcake
  • Bar Maven: “Eco-chic” tavern
  • Laurelwood Park