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4/14/2021



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TOD project proposed near TriMet rail station


Part of the SE Fuller Road Station park-and-ride lot will be used to develop new apartments.
Photo – trimet.org

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Clackamas County, Oregon, is developing a transit-oriented development (TOD) near a TriMet MAX rail park-and-ride site.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the site was 18% full, TriMet officials said in a press release.

The 100-unit Fuller Road Station Apartments will be dedicated to affordable housing, with apartments priced for residents and families earning between 30% and 60% of the area's median income.

As part of the project, TriMet is setting aside land for the county to build a new street connecting the apartments to nearby areas. This will be among the first projects to be developed using the county’s Fuller Road Station Community Dimensional and Design Standards, which support the future development of the area as a walkable pedestrian district served by transit, the release stated.



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