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Two towers to become one on South Waterfront

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DYLAN RIVERA The Oregonian | Friday, April 22, 2005

Tensions between neighborhood livability and commercial viability have led developers of the South Waterfront area to propose a single tower rather than a pair of narrow towers in their second condo project planned adjacent to the Willamette River.

The single condo tower alongside a planned waterfront greenway would rise 23 stories, or about 247 feet tall -- about 75 feet shorter than the tallest building proposed so far in the area.

The switch from two towers to one on the development's so-called Block 34 was expected to be a central topic of discussion as the proposal came to the Portland Design Commission late Thursday.

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