The development boom in Eugene continues as Salem developer Robert Wood has plans to build 276 apartments in eight structures.
The apartments would line 7.4 acres of undeveloped land along Crescent. The apartment buildings would be three and four stories high, with partially buried parking structures, according to the planning documents. Wood also wants to build a clubhouse and recreation center with a swimming pool on the property.
The documents don’t mention a construction timeline. They’re part of what’s called a project consultation request, scheduling a meeting with city planners to discuss possible issues. That meeting is set for Thursday.
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Read more about Eugene development in the OB February cover story, “Can Eugene Sell Itself — Without Selling Out?“