Metro Reports: Block 40, 1431 N Church, NE 12th & Irving, and more

A building permit is under review for Alamo Manhattan and Hensley Lamkin Rachel Architects’ South Waterfront Block 40.

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits processed in the previous week. We publish the highlights. This post covers August 6th to August 12th, 2018. 

Design Advice has been requested by Works Progress Architecture for a project at 1431 N Church St:

New mixed use apartment complex, approx 89,000 GSF with six levels of apartments above one level of retail and building amenity space.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 8911 SE Stark St:

In two phases, demolish existing 1-story warehouse and bakery. Build new 3-story and 2-story buildings (connected) to house not-for-profit community organizations. Landscaped courtyard and side yard w/ porous pavement and stormwater filtration.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Mackenzie to discuss the NE 12th & Irving Self Storage facility at 718 NE 12th Ave:

Project is for a multi-story urban self-service storage building with ground floor commercial space.

One of the two buildings at South Waterfront Block 40, located at 3714 SW Macadam Ave, has been submitted for building permit review:

New 245,000 sq. ft./ 7-story/ 232 room apartment building, with 2 levels of parking below building. First floor has commercial spaces and amenities.

A building permit was issued to William Wilson Architects for a project at 1640 NW Irving St:

Addition of 2nd floor penthouse to include offices, breakroom and stairs to first floor. Change of occupancy from S-1 to B to include conference room, project room, offices, work areas and (2) bathrooms and a lobby

A building permit was issued to EPR Design for a project at 1570 N Willis Blvd:

new 3 story, 9 unit apartment building with interior garbage room, includes associated site work

Weekly Roundup: Lloyd Live Nation, Gladys McCoy Building, WorldMark, and more

Live Nation is planning a new concert venue in the building that was formerly home to the Lloyd Center’s Nordstrom.

Healthy progress” is being made on Multnomah County’s new Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters, reports the Daily Journal of Commerce.*

A new music venue by Live Nation is proposed as part of the Lloyd West Anchor Remodel, reports the Oregonian.

The Oregonian reports that despite problems with faulty cross-laminated timber panels at Oregon State University’s Peavy Hall, the product  “remains hot with developers“, including Beam Development, who are using it at their District Office project in the Central Eastside.

The Daily Journal of Commerce published photos of the newly completed Asian Health and Service Center in Lents.

Portland Architecture visited the Pearl District’s Canopy Hotel to look at the custom printed aluminum panels on the hotel’s facade.

Wyndham Destinations confirmed that they are building the WorldMark Portland on SW Naito Parkway. According to the Portland Business Journal the property will have “condo-style suites“.

An October opening date has been set for the Powell Blvd Target at 3031 SE Powell, reports the Oregonian.

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500 NW 23rd Ave Approved by Landmarks Commission (images)

The Historic Landmarks Commission has approved a new building at NW 23rd and Glisan, the site of the 2016 gas explosion. The building will include five new residential units, over 1,007 sq ft of ground floor retail space. No vehicular parking is proposed. The building is being developed by A&R Development, the owners of the adjacent building at Robert and Ann Sacks House at 2281 NW Glisan St, which was seriously damaged in the explosion and is now being restored. The architects for the project are Allied Works, the original designers of the adjacent building.

500 NW 23rd Ave - Allied Works Architecture

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Pearl District U-Store Approved by Design Commission (images)

The Design Commission has approved a proposed U-Store self storage facility at the north end of the Pearl. The six story building is being designed by MCA Architects for Hoyt Street Properties. At the ground floor the building will include 6 retail / office units, accessed from a raised dock. The five floors above will include 109,075 sq ft of storage space. As part of the development a new plaza is proposed where NW 13th Ave and Savier St will meet.

U-Store Pearl

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Metro Reports: Four and Montgomery, 722 SE 10th, 82nd Ave Smart Foodservice, and more

The 7-story Four and Montgomery Building will include space for PSU, OHSU, PCC and the City of Portland.

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits processed in the previous week. We publish the highlights. This post covers July 30th to August 5th, 2018. 

The Oregon Harbor of Hope at 1201 Northwest Naito Parkway has been submitted for building permit review by Opsis Architecture:

New navigation center to provide short-term shelter and navigation toward social service programs

A project at 722 SE 10th Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Merryman Barnes Architects:

Addition for (N) mezzanine for office and storage; TI for new tenant (indoor cart pod); change of occupancy from S3 to A2; add new interior walls to create (2) multi-stall restrooms, (8) food pods, bar area on first floor; seismic upgrades

A project at 5605 SE Division St has been submitted for building permit review:

Construct new 2 story restaurant; main floor to include kitchen area, restrooms, and seating area; 2nd fl to include outdoor seating, break area, office, and dining area; new landscape and trash enclosure under 120 sq ft

The PSU Four+Montgomery building at 401 SW Harrison St (also known as the Jasmine Block) has been submitted for building permit review by SRG Partnership:

New 3/4 block, 7 story, mixed use building that will house groups from PSU, OHSU, PCC and the City of Portland

A building permit was issued to EPR Design for a project at 1600 N Willis Blvd:

New 3-story, 9 unit apartment building with interior garbage room, includes associated site work.

A building permit was issued for the 82nd Avenue Smart Foodservice Cash & Carry at 8250 SE Stark St:

New 20,480 sf grocery store with 2 walk-in coolers, office, 2 bathrooms, break room, storage room at loading dock, and associated site work inlcuding expanded parking lot ***with detached trash enclosure <120 sq ft*** ***separate mechanical permit for hvac and refrigeration***

Platform Office Building Receives Design Advice (images)

An early Design Advice Request hearing has been held for Platform, a proposed 8-story office building on SE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in the Central Eastside. The project is being designed by Allied Works Architecture for developer Project^. The building would rise to a height of 110′ to top of parapet, and include 140,000 sq ft of commercial office space, with retail uses on the ground floor. Two levels of underground parking would be provided, accessed from SE Salmon St.

Platform - Allied Works Architecture

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Metro Reports: Hyatt Place, Block 216, Jolene’s First Cousin, and more

Block 216

The Block 216 tower has been submitted for Design Review. The 35 story tower will be located on the block currently known for its collection of food carts.

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits processed in the previous week. We publish the highlights. This post covers July 23rd to July 29th, 2018. 

Design Advice has been requested by Otak Architects for the Hyatt Place at 350 NW 12th Ave:

23-story building including 11 stories for a new Hyatt Place brand hotel with ground floor public uses and 12 stories for a new residential apartment community (approximately 120 residential units total).

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by GBD Architects to discuss alterations to the Con-way Ad-Tech I building at 2151 NW Savier St:

Proposal is to reposition the existing single tenant office into a multi-tenant office building. This will include plaza redevelopment options, interior demolition and potential exterior skin modifications.

The Block 216 tower at 936 SW Washington St has been submitted for Type III Design Review by GBD Architects:

Full-block building is a 35-story tower with a mix of office, hotel and residential uses. The proposed height is 460 feet. Parking will be configured below-grade in 4 levels. Access for the parking is proposed from SW Washington. The access to the loading dock is proposed from SW Alder St. The floor area is approximately 807,000 square feet above grade and 161,000 square feet below grade. The project will be entitled in accordance with the CC 2035 amendments. Stormwater will be disposed in accordance with City of Portland Stormwater Manual.

A project South of 6836 NE Grand Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Allusa Architecture:

Construct new 3 story 6 unit apartment building with associated site work; new detached trash enclosure under 120sq ft

A building permit was issued to LRS Architects for a project at 5845 NE Hoyt St:

Exterior renovation of existing 4 story multi family; demo and replace existing exterior cladding and windows; miscellaneous exterior improvements

Building permits were issued to Guerrilla Development for Jolene’s First Cousin at 2828 SE Gladstone St:

New two-story building with (2) retail spaces on ground floor and (2) 1-bedroom apartments on second floor. (with 17-237384 CO)

New two-story building (building 2) with (1) retail space on half of the ground floor, concregate living the other half of ground floor and second floor. (with 17-2387371 CO)

 

Weekly Roundup: Lincoln High School, Oregon Harbor of Hope, Broadway Corridor, and more

Lincoln High School

The new Lincoln High School will be built at the west side of the campus, allowing the existing school to remain open during construction. The new school is being designed by Bora Architects.

The Lincoln High School Rebuild went in front of the Design Commission for the first time. The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about the reception it received.*

Eater Portland reported that Bamboo Sushi offshoot QuickFish will open its third location in Heartline on August 15th.

The Oregon Harbor of Hope homeless shelter and navigation center is half a million dollars over budget, reports the Oregonian.

The Portland Housing Bureau is teaming with three other public agencies to provide more than $12 million for projects that combine housing and mental health services, writes the Portland Business Journal.

A group called the Healthy Communities Coalition is pushing for a massive number of affordable units at the Broadway Corridor, according to the Willamette Week.

Cafe Hey Love Superette has opened in the lobby of Jupiter NEXT Hotelwith coffee, pastries and CBD lattes, writes Eater Portland.

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OHSU Elks Children’s Eye Clinic Approved by Design Commission (images)

The Design Commission has approved a new building on the Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) Marquam Hill campus. The five story OHSU Elks Children’s Eye Clinic will be connected to the existing Casey Eye Institute on SW Campus Drive. The project is being designed by Seattle-based architects NBBJ with Portland based landscape architects Mayer/Reed.

OHSU Elks Children's Eye Clinic

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Design Commission Approves Building at NW 19th & Pettygrove (images)

The Design Commission has approved a mixed use building at NW 19th & Pettygrove. The 7 story building, designed by YBA Architects, will include 107 residential units over approximately 1,150 sq ft of retail space. The building will reach a height of 78’-8”. Thirty four mechanical parking spaces and one ADA parking space will be provided in an at-grade parking garage. 120 long-term bicycle parking spaces will be provided.

1339 NW 19th Ave

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