3rd Street Flats At Odd Fellows

 McMinnville's historic and picturesque downtown is a magical place for locals and visitors alike, earning its status as finalist in Parade magazine's national Best Main Street competition and as upcoming host to the Oregon Main Street Conference.

It's easy to ease into complacence, though, especially for locals who see the same look from day to day. Visitors might be more prone to be swept away by the quaint charm, but they also are more likely to spot the little flaws and imperfections.

That particularly will be true of statewide conference attendees in October — about 250 downtown association managers, chamber directors, economic development experts, historic preservation advocates, and business and civic leaders. They have particularly sharp eyes for both positives and negatives when it comes to evaluating a community's downtown core.

The moment presents us with both a challenge and an opportunity. The city and downtown association are partnering with property owners both logistically and financially in fix up, clean up projects, and the city is evaluating sidewalk and street tree issues.

The city is prepared to move on its own to address problem trees, including four needing near-term attention. It is also prepared to undertake certain sidewalk repairs, and pick up half the tab, but landlords need to take the initiative in identifying needs, scheduling work and shouldering their half of the financial obligation.
The downtown association has identified $17,000 worth of needed facade and awning cleanup work, and will offer a 50-percent match for the first $14,000. In addition, the MDA and city are partnering on the removal, cleaning, powder-coating and reinstallation of 11 downtown trash receptacles, and power-washing and painting for downtown kiosks.

Building and business owners need to step up, since sidewalks, awnings and facades will only get attention if owners agree to meet the city and association halfway.

Business success, of course, requires attention to the bottom line, and here’s the related case we would make on that

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3rd Street Flats At Odd Fellows

 McMinnville's historic and picturesque downtown is a magical place for locals and visitors alike, earning its status as finalist in Parade magazine's national Best Main Street competition and as upcoming host to the Oregon Main Street Conference.

It's easy to ease into complacence, though, especially for locals who see the same look from day to day. Visitors might be more prone to be swept away by the quaint charm, but they also are more likely to spot the little flaws and imperfections.

That particularly will be true of statewide conference attendees in October — about 250 downtown association managers, chamber directors, economic development experts, historic preservation advocates, and business and civic leaders. They have particularly sharp eyes for both positives and negatives when it comes to evaluating a community's downtown core.

The moment presents us with both a challenge and an opportunity. The city and downtown association are partnering with property owners both logistically and financially in fix up, clean up projects, and the city is evaluating sidewalk and street tree issues.

The city is prepared to move on its own to address problem trees, including four needing near-term attention. It is also prepared to undertake certain sidewalk repairs, and pick up half the tab, but landlords need to take the initiative in identifying needs, scheduling work and shouldering their half of the financial obligation.
The downtown association has identified $17,000 worth of needed facade and awning cleanup work, and will offer a 50-percent match for the first $14,000. In addition, the MDA and city are partnering on the removal, cleaning, powder-coating and reinstallation of 11 downtown trash receptacles, and power-washing and painting for downtown kiosks.

Building and business owners need to step up, since sidewalks, awnings and facades will only get attention if owners agree to meet the city and association halfway.

Business success, of course, requires attention to the bottom line, and here’s the related case we would make on that

Phone: 503-857-6248
Cell Phone: 503-949-7548
Address:
555 NE Third Street
McMinnville, OR 97128
Website: www.thirdstreetflats.com

Third Street Flats is a European inspired nightly apartment rental located in the heart of Downtown McMinnville, just steps away from fabulous wine, dining and shopping. Occupying the second story of the historic McMinnville Bank Building, Third Street Flats is comprised of four flats, ranging in size from 350 to 750 square feet, each with a style and a historic character all of its own.

Third Street Flats is a European inspired nightly apartment rental located in the heart of Downtown McMinnville, just steps away from fabulous wine, dining and shopping. Occupying the second story of the historic McMinnville Bank Building, Third Street Flats is comprised of four flats, ranging in size from 350 to 750 square feet, each with a style and a historic character all of its own.

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