Tiny House Village on the Tualatin River

With this project I would be inspired to wake up with spark and joy to work. This is a legacy project I would be proud of.

This Recreation Vehicle Park was purchased by Marathon in 2012 for $4M. They wanted to put up three McMansions, but the city of Tualatin denied the request to change the zoning.

Here it waits, (6645 SW Nyberg Lane, Tualatin) for a holistically inspired development project:
*charming artisan tiny houses,
*community center with shared kitchen, laundry, bath house, gardens, workshop in back,
*Day care for children and adults in front, with after school activities inspired by circus arts, aerial, gymnastics, and gentle yoga for the elders.

180 degree panoramic view of the eastern drive.
Eastern border, from the direction of the bird sanctuary, north side, facing west.
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Mature trees and landscaping are through out the 9.38 acre river front property. This view of the north end, facing west shows an open area to the left where a community garden could be. The right side would be a good location for community center. The far west, butting up to the western border, would be ideal for a shared workshop.
South west view, facing the location of the commercial venture: day care for children and elders, and afterschool circus themed activities.