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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Gateway Dristrict- A Time for Change


Gateway Sign by  Thomas Boyd 

Gateway is ready for growth! Here are some quotes from a few articles and some interesting listings in the area.

Metro Predicts Enormous Growth for Gateway

Metro still predicts enormous growth for Gateway over the next three decades. Computer models project the area from I-205 to the Gresham line will grow by up to 60 percent by 2035, with many of those newcomers landing here.
For one thing, the district remains uniquely situated: It is the single most accessible spot in the entire area, within easy reach of two highways, a dozen bus lines and light rail in four directions. For another, neighborhoods closer to the central city can only take so many more residents. "Go east, young man" still applies.
http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2013/07/broken_promises_gateways_lost.html

Portland City Council Accepts PDC's Gateway Action Plan

Portland's urban renewal agency is leading a $53 million, five-year push to revitalize east Portland's Gateway community. And on August 10th, 2016 the group laid out its vision before the City Council.
http://www.oregonlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/08/portland_city_council_accepts.html

You can invest in Gateway's Future

Available NOW for purchase- 10035, 10041, 10055 NE Glisan Street

Excellent opportunity to invest in 2 adjacent properties with stable, long term tenants. Aggrigated, lots  combine for a total of 20,525 SF of redevelopable property in a  CX zone (maximum building height 150 foot building). Good income, excellent cash flow, brite redevelopment future.

Restaurant

Salon

MMJ Retail 

High Visibility on NE Glisan

Call today 503.705.6987 or visit kschaaf.equitygroup.com for commercial properties in the area.   




For more information contact:
Karen Schaaf ACP, GRI
COMMERCIAL BROKER
RE/MAX equity group
Lackman Commercial Group
Licensed in Oregon

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