Rory G. Matheny Investor Developer Manager
Over 25 years Investment, Development and Management experience.
Over 25 years Investment, Development and Management experience.
“Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly”
Robert F. Kennedy
Bobby Kennedy , the power of the people.
Investor, Developer and Manager Rory Matheny has over 25 years of General Contracting and Real Estate Development experience. Specializing in RV Parks, Campgrounds, Subdivisions, Town Homes and Custom Timber Homes. Mr. Matheny and his staff have designed and developed some of the premier recreational properties in the Pacific Northwest. Please review our portfolio including current projects below and contact us directly with any questions, scheduling or information requests as needed.
Emerald Valley RV Park. Jefferson Oregon, as Developer and Project Manager Rory Matheny and his staff completed the RV Park along the I-5 Corridor, South of Salem Oregon. The RV Park offers 52 spaces in the heart of Oregon wine country.
Completed 2012. Value $2.1MM. emeraldvalley-rvp.com
Eagle Cove – Vacation Lodge, Astoria/Warrenton Oregon. 32 Acre Lakefront Masterpiece on Cullaby Lake in Clatsop County. Purchased in 2004 . Developer and Manager Rory Matheny and his staff completed the project in 2009. Engineering has started for the development of a full function camp ground and retreat, The “Eagle Cove Fishing Camp and Retreat” (below).
Devils Lake Vacation Home and Retreat. Lincoln City Oregon. as Developer and Project Manager, Rory Matheny and his staff completed this fully engineered Lake front recreational property in July 2001. Value $1.2M.
Discovery View Townhome Subdivision. Vancouver WA. 14 Multi-Family Lots. Developer and Project Manager Rory Matheny and his staff engineered and developed this project from RAW land. Including City/County road engineering and development with sewer and water drainage systems (Nicholson Rd Extension). Completed May 2010. Value $1.5MM.Vancouver WA.
Newport Center – Newport Oregon. As Developer and Project Manager for Newport Center, Rory Matheny and his staff developed this Pacific Coast Hwy property originally for straight retail and negotiated the long term lease transaction with Diamond Wireless (Verizon) as the anchor. Currently in feasibility process for the conversion to a full service Executive Hotel/Motel Estimated completion – Summer of 2020. (Below) . Value 1.2M.
Evergreen Hwy, Vancouver Washington. Developer and Project Manager Rory Matheny and Green Oregon Construction are currently in the feasibility process for the development of the Urban Columbia View Lot 49. This high end, urban classic is set overlooking the beautiful Columbia River all they way through the downtown Portland Oregon cityscape. including – Mt Hood, PDX and Fort Vancouver. Estimated completion – May 2020. Sale Price – $ 1.4MM.
Eagle Cove, Astoria Oregon. 32 acre lake front natural masterpiece. Developer and Manager Rory G. Matheny has started engineering and feasibility testing for the Eagle Cove Fishing Camp and Retreat. This Cullaby Lake front property in Clatsop County Oregon is located just outside Astoria Oregon right off of US 101 on the North Oregon Coast. Estimated Completion, Summer 2020. Completion Value $1.4MM
The Brooklyn Townhomes - 3226 SE 12th Ave Portland Oregon 97202. Rory Matheny and Green Oregon Construction have been hired as Developer and General Manager to complete two Large spacious 2200 square foot multi family SFR's, Placed in the heart of Portland and all that it has to offer. Close to everywhere. old town, river front, Rose Quarter and of course "Dame Time" - Estimated completion March 2021. Estimated Value 1.5MM
Newport Center 324 N Coast Hwy Newport, OR 97365. Developer and Project Manager Rory Matheny and Green Oregon Construction have been contracted to perform the feasibility study for the conversion to 10 Executive overnight stay suites. Including King size premier beds, large jacuzzi bath tubs, 50 inch LED TVs, WIFI – Ready. Coast Hwy 101 frontage Coffeehouse and Bakery. Estimated Completion May 2022. Est. Value 1.2MM.
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The war of 1812 – In January of 1815 young Daniel Boone Matheny, served under Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans, While in New Orleans, Daniel had witnessed a slave auction. This event forever turned Matheny against slavery. Sometime in 1817 or 1818 Daniel, with his brothers Joshua and Henry and sister Mary Matheny Cooper crossed the Ohio river to the northern boundary of Hardin County, Kentucky, and settled in Indiana and then continued to Illinois.
The Blackhawk Wars – In 1832 Daniel Boone Matheny was selected as first lieutenant in Captain John Stennett’s Company Mounted Rangers, of Illinois Volunteers. It was in the Black Hawk War that Daniel met Abraham Lincoln, who was serving from Sangamon County. Charlotte Matheny Kirkwood said her father “knew and loved” Lincoln and they were very good friends The best man at Lincoln’s marriage to Mary Todd was a Matheny.
The 1843 Oregon Trail Wagon Train Crossing. The first wagon train to cross the plains all the way to the Oregon territory assembled in Missouri and Daniel Matheny was one of the leaders from the onset. He and his brothers led a large company of wagons and rotated as scouts for the entire train on this treacherous journey. When they finally made it to Fort Vancouver on the Columbia river in the Oregon territory they were met by British soldiers and a serious lack of food. The Matheny Brother’s would not be deterred, they stood up to the British with other “American” settlers until they backed down. The family settled near Oregon City and then started to build a ferry boat to get food and settlers across the Willamette river.
The Wheatland Ferry – The ferry begun by the Matheny’s in 1844 was the first capable of accommodating a wagon and ox team crossing the river. It was the only ferry upstream from Champoeg, seventeen miles away. The Wheatland ferry now called the Daniel B. Matheny IV is still in operation today and is the oldest ferry in the state of Oregon.
Manager and Developer Rory Matheny.