One of the historical houses on E. Huron St. that could be demolished to make way for a new College of Pharmacy building. Natalie Stephens/Daily
“There haven’t been any proposals submitted to purchase, and if that remains to be the case, over the summer they would be demolished,” Broekhuizen said.
Source: University may demolish historic homes to make way for new College of Pharmacy building | The Michigan Daily
Three houses are the focus of the petition. Photos from petition website.
“Classic style defines what exists in the neighborhood today, and your plans will amount to an architectural bomb disrupting a consistently historic street,” the petition says.
Source: Petition Aims to Stop Guy Bryant Demolitions | The Portland Chronicle
Crews began demolishing this home at 9134 N. Edison in Portland on Monday. (KATU Photo)
“They built this house, but this house was down on the river,” said Tanya March, who claims to know the home’s history. “We know it was moved up the hill in 1904.” The home had been added to over the years, perhaps hiding any historical uniqueness.
Source: Crews begin demolishing North Portland home that may date to 1870s | KATU
Photo credit: Portland Chronicle contributor
On Feb. 22 the Bureau of Development Services received an application for demolition of the 1937 home. The owners were listed as John and Terrie Marshall, the applicant was Kevin Partain of Urban Visions and the contractor was Renaissance Custom Homes LLC. Renaissance Custom Homes LLC is registered in Lake Oswego to Randy Sebastian. There are a number of trees on the site. A demolition plan is not yet available in the public record, so their fate is unconfirmed.
Source: House Across from Eastmoreland Sequoias to be Torn Down | The Portland Chronicle