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The Sherwood Planning Commission approved the townhouses -- which will include six separate buildings that feature 1,372- to 1,751-square-foot square foot units -- at its June 13 meeting

COURTESY CITY OF SHERWOOD - These archtectural renderings show what three of the six seperate buildings containing a total of 25 townhouses would look like along Oregon Street in Old Town Sherwood. 
The Sherwood Planning Commission approved the construction of 25 residential townhouses on Oregon Street at its June 13 meeting.

Plans are to build six separate buildings along Oregon Street in two different phases. The units will range in size from 1,372 square feet to 1,751 square feet, adhering to the generally stricter conditions of the Old Town Overlay District.

The application also reserved a space for a future commercial pad, which is not part of the current proposal.

According to the approval document: "The proposed townhome project will redevelop a nonconforming lumber storage facility and will complement the proposed expansion of the Spring Senior Living Facility on the north side of SW Oregon Street, providing a welcoming and inviting gateway to the Old Town area from the east side of the City,"

The applicant is JDR, LLC out of Newberg. COURTESY CITY OF SHERWOOD - These 25 townhouses would be built along Oregon Street in Old Town Sherwood.

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