A feed store on southeast Belmont St. was demolished in August, and is primed for new construction.
The 48-year-old building, located at SE 21st and Belmont, was previously home to Urban Farm Store. The building’s roof was damaged during Portland’s snow storm last winter, Portland Monthly reports. The store has moved to a location on SE 34th and Powell.
Shortly after the storm the city received a complaint that the building was dangerous, and the roof had partially caved in.
In August, SK Hoff Construction, owned by developer Dennis Sackhoff, applied for demolition. At that time, the property owner was Jeanne Mehan. The demolition permit was issued.
The owner is currently UDG Belmont LLC, registered by Mary Sackhoff. There are no construction permits yet, so it is unclear what the future of the property will look like. Dennis Sackhoff has a history of large residential developments around Portland, particularly in southeast. He has projects on SE 39th and Alder, SE 30th and Hawthorne, SE 37th and Division, and others.
They follow the same ownership formula: the Alder development is owned by UDG Alder LLC, the Hawthorne development is owned by UDG Hawthorne LLC.
The Chronicle will have updates when permits are filed.