Northwest-based developers Edlen & Co. and deChase Miksis have been chosen to turn a key undeveloped property downtown into a mix of apartments, retail and public space.
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Developers say a new Salem housing project will have up to 500 residents. The unique partnership with Seed of Faith Ministries is intended to prevent property management companies from discriminating against Black residents.
Salem’s urban renewal agency wants developers to weigh in with a plan for the vacant lots that once housed the Union Gospel Mission and Saffron Supply Co.
The property at 295 Commercial St S.E. was slated for a rehabilitation facility before the company decided the improvement wasn’t financially feasible. Salem will spend $3.5 million on the purchase.
Salem’s Urban Renewal Agency seeks to have the downtown block demolished by the end of the year to make way for redevelopment.