Winterbrook prepared a successful Type III land use application for a 31-unit townhome development in Gresham, Oregon. Approved by the Gresham Design Commission in November, 2017.
Winterbrook has a strong track record in preparing successful development applications for public and private clients. We have an in-depth understanding of complex and inter-related land use and environmental permit requirements, the ability to understand our clients’ objectives, and effective working relationships with local, state and federal permitting agencies.
“In our 18 year history of developing over 40 senior living communities throughout the west, we have successfully completed multiple development projects with the assistance of Winterbrook Planning, most recently under very tight timelines for our new Bonaventure of Gresham development. With the leadership and guidance of Jesse Winterowd and Winterbrook Planning, who provided clarity and team guidance throughout a complex process, we exceeded our expectations by obtaining all required land use approvals including Special Use Review, Site Plan Review and Design Review approvals in what was for us, record time. Without reservation I can recommend Winterbrook Planning and I will not hesitate to call on them again in the future.” Ben Settecase, Director of Development
Winterbrook prepared and submitted a Type III historic and design review application on behalf of Portland Office Partners, LLC in February, 2016.
Winterbrook worked with Leeb Architects to prepare the design review application for a 264-unit apartment structure, approved in December, 2015.
Winterbrook worked closely with Interurban Development and Boora Architects to prepare design review, comprehensive plan amendment and zone change applications for the old YMCA Building on Barbur Boulevard.
Winterbrook led the land use and environmental permitting tasks for the historic redevelopment of open water features in the Washington Park Reservoirs Historic District.
Winterbrook led the effort to secure a Type III Conditional Use Permit for construction of a 1,700-panel photovoltaic system on land owned by Clean Water Services.
The land use and environmental permitting process for proposed improvements at Portland Water Bureau's Bull Run Water Treatment was led by Winterbrook. Findings authored by Winterbrook were included in the Hearings Officer decision to approve the project.
Winterbrook served as consultant lead for land use, environmental, and greenway planning and permitting on a series of CSO projects designed to clean up the Willamette River. These projects are among Oregon’s largest public works undertakings.