Design Commission approves Station Place Lot 5 (images)

The Design Commission has approved Station Place Lot 5, a new office building by Hacker architects, GBD Architects and Studio. The project is being developed by Williams and Dame, and will offer 167,000 sq ft of office space, along with retail at the ground floor. The 8 story building will reach a maximum height of 122′. Structured parking for 55 vehicles will be provided, with an additional 97 parking spaces at the nearby Station Place car park leased for the use of building tenants. At the ground level a bike valet service operated by Go by Bike will provide parking for 133 bikes, along with a coffee counter and a bike repair service. Showers and 86 storage lockers will also be provided.

Station Place Lot 5

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Metro Reports: Truman Apartments, The Dianne, 2913 SE Stark and more

Truman Apartments

The Truman Apartments by In Situ Architecture

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits. We publish the highlights.

Early Assistance has been requested by J. Karman Architect for a project at 5931 SE 52nd Ave:

Early Assistance to discuss public works requirements for new one story commercial building on a site that used to be an old service station.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 8155 NE Air Cargo Rd:

Develop the site with 2 QSR restaurants, 1 coffee stand w/drive-throughs on all 3, and a 11mdp fuel station w/associated kiosk. Proposal includes 3 new drive accesses to the site.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 4806 SE 16th Ave:

Demolish existing buildings and build a self-storage facility

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 6100 NE Columbia Blvd:

New Plaid Pantry

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Fosler Portland Architecture to discuss a project at 833 SW Naito Parkway:

Renovate night club, add partial 2nd floor and partial roof deck.

SERA Architects have scheduled a Pre-Application Conference to discuss a project at 205 NW 10th Ave:

Pre-Application Conference to discuss a Type III Design Review for a proposed new 11-14 story residential building with ground-floor retail and 96 below grade parking spaces.
No exterior elevations were submitted.

SERA Architects have scheduled a Pre-Application Conference to discuss a project at 1431 NW 17th Ave:

Proposal is for a six story market rate apartment building with below grade parking in basement.

Delta Studios Architecture & Planning have scheduled a Pre-Application Conference to discuss a project at SW College & 13th:

Proposed 5-story apartment building

A demolition permit has been issued for a building at 535 NW 11th Ave, due to be replaced by The Dianne:

Demolition of existing 1-story Jim Stevens Autobody structure

A building permit is under review for The Truman apartments at 1515 SE 44th Ave:

New construction-new 4story mixed use building with 30 residential units

A building permit is under review for a project at SE 18th & Madison:

New (12) unit 3 story apartment building with parking garage and courtyard

A building permit is under review for a project by Urban Development Group at 2913 SE Stark St, formerly the location of Starky’s Restaurant and Bar:

Construct new 3 story (46 unit) apartment building with associated site work


Seven Corners Community Collaborative goes before Landmarks Commission (images)

Waterleaf Architecture have gone before the Historic Landmarks Commission with initial designs for the Seven Corners Community Collaborative, a four story office building with ground floor retail. The building will serve as the new headquarters for Community Vision, Inc., a non profit that helps people with disabilities to live independently in their homes. According to an article in The Oregonian earlier this year the building will be a showcase for accessible construction, including ensuring that “rooms and corridors… be oriented and painted so people with impaired sight will be able to navigate more easily.”

Seven Corners Community Collaborative

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Weekly Roundup: 12th & Morrison office, Grant High Modernization, the Truman Apartments and more

1139 SW Morrison by Design Department and LRS Architects

1139 SW Morrison by Design Department and LRS Architects

The Portland Business Journal took a first look at the 6 story office building planned by Menashie Properties for a site at 1139 SW Morrison. The building is being designed by Design Department and LRS Architects.

Construction is underway on the PSU School of Business Administration.  The Daily Journal of Commerce published photos of the work underway.

The Oregonian published 5 takeaways from Portland’s plan for next 20 years of growth.

Portland Architecture interviewed the architects and developer behind the development at 3rd and Taylor, which threatens the Ancient Order of United Workmen Temple and the Hotel Albion.

The Oregonian reported on the new 20 story condo tower planned for Block 20 of the Hoyt Street Yards in the Pearl. The building would have 150 residential units and 190 parking spaces.

The James Beard Public Market is set to close on the deal to acquire the land at the west end of the Morrison Bridge, according to The Oregonian. The current schedule envisions the market opening to the public in 2020.

Design work has begun on the Grant High School Modernization, one of the projects funded as part of the $482 million bond passed in 2012. Grant Magazine published the first conceptual drawings of what the rebuilt school will look like.

The Portland Chronicle published images of The Truman apartments at SE 44th and Hawthorne. Construction on the 30 unit building is due to begin in early 2016.

Skylab presents skywalk to Design Commission (images)

Skylab Architecture have presented a proposal to the Design Commission for a skywalk which would link the Yard tower at the Burnside Bridgehead to the proposed Sideyard building. The under construction Yard tower by Key Development and Guardian Real Estate Services will include 276 residential apartment units and 19,709 sq ft of retail/office space. Sideyard by Key Development is currently going through Design Review, and is planned to include 21,151 sq ft of retail and office space.

Yard-Sideyard Skywalk

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Metro Reports: Riverplace Parcel 3, North Hollow apartments, 9101 SE Foster and more

9101 SE Foster

9101 SE Foster by Hacker architecture

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits. We publish the highlights.

Ankrom Moisan Architects have requested Design Advice for Riverplace Parcel 3:

Design Advice Request for two new proposed residential towers. The project will include 162 market-rate and 204 affordable apartment units. The ground level will include retail space and a grocery store. The residential units will share 173 below-grade parking spaces and a 65-space ground-level parking area will serve the grocery store.

Ankrom Moisan Architects have requested Early Assistance for 120 SE Clay:

Industrial site office development. Basement includes approx 82 parking spaces – accessed via Clay.

TVA Architects have submitted a project at 442 NE Jessup for Design Review:

New apartment

Hacker Architecture have submitted 9101 SE Foster Rd for Design Review:

4-story mixed use development with ground floor commercial and 3 floors of apartments.

Woofter Architecture have submitted the PSU Viking Pavilion for Design Review:

Renovation and modernization of existing Peter Stott Center building

Works Partnership have submitted a project at 1400 NW 22nd for building permit review:

Alterations-exterior alteration improvements w/storefront and accessible entrances. ASCE 41 structural seismic upgrade. Addition of exterior courtyard and roof deck interior improvements. Interior improvements include water closets, lavs and bike storage, enclose trash and utility room.

A building permit was issued to SERA Architects for the North Hollow apartments at 1501 SW Taylor St:

partial – shoring; excavation; underground utilities and concrete structure from mat slab up to and including the 2nd floor concrete podium.