© Howie Schechter
Notes from an Early Assistance Appointment held in 2012 (EA 12-120164) identified the building being constructed in 1919 as a warehouse and/or garage, with a 1961 variance (VZ 38-61) allowing the building to be occupied as a nonconforming printing plant and warehouse. – City of Portland, Oregon – Bureau of Development Services – Land Use Services – April 5, 2013
Blueprints from the proposal to convert the existing nonconforming warehouse structure on the site to four dwelling units. – City of Portland http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bds/article/442832
According to the developer, Dr. Jim:
The Dr. Jim’s Lofts imaginatively adapted a turn-of-the-century Standard Dairy building into four single-family lofts ranging from an airy 2-bedroom to a cavernous 4-bedroom. CHANGING PORTLAND 3000FT AT A TIME.
Nieuwe Ridderstraat & Montelbaanstraat © Gaia Son
Lasschen is the old-fashioned way of writing ‘lassen’, which means ‘welding’. So ‘Electr. lasschen’ is electric welding.
I am rather overwhelmed with the fact that you are featuring me on your blog so many times in a row. Happy that you like my photos, honored to be your guest blogger! – Gaia Son
It is my pleasure to feature your outstanding photographs!
Feb 8, 2008 – TypoTrip © Wojtek Mejor
“Wandeling in Weesp” – Wandering in Weesp © Gaia Son
© Gaia Son
Cropped by FHJ © Gaia Son
Hoogstraat – Achterom © Gaia Son
I read the name Zuid-Holland[se] Bierbrouwerij – although Weesp is in North Holland, just southeast of Amsterdam. What more can you decipher?