Metro Reports: Holden of Pearl, 100 Multnomah, 1430 N Killingsworth, and more

The Holden of Pearl senior housing development, as presented to the Design Commission at a second Design Advice Request meeting in February. The project has now been submitted for a Type III Design Review.

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 April 15th to April 21st, 2019.

Early Assistance has been requested by Kōz Development for a project at 1430 N Killingsworth St:

New mixed-use commercial/multi-family building with 146 dwelling units. Infiltration assumed to be used for stormwater disposal a this point, but the civil-engineering is still to come.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Ankrom Moisan Architects to discuss a project at 230 SW 2nd Ave:

Six story mixed-use building, 5 stories of residential apartments over ground floor retail, tenant lobby and amenity space, bike storage, loading/trash area and driveway ramp to below-grade parking. Stormwater disposal via a combination of green-roof and elevated flow-through planter. (Approximately 115 units).

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Guerrilla Development to discuss a project at 701 E Burnside St:

Three major components to this project: 1. Renovation of existing 10,000sf building on northern portion of the site. 2. New 35,000sf 5 story residential building with approximatel 46 one-bedroom units. Anticipated to be wood construction over 1 story concrete podium. 3. New separate building fronting Burnside which will have overhanging second story to continue the ‘Burnside Arcade’

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by LRS Architects to discuss Laurelhurst Village at 3060 SE Stark St:

A Pre-Application Conference to discuss a possible Conditional Use Master Plan for the Laurelhurst Village campus. A 2015 Conditional Use (LU 15-279171 CU AD) approved several new developments on the campus, which have not yet been built. Development approved in that review would be included in the requested Conditional Use Master Plan, as well as other potential expansions that are not yet identfied.

A project at 2525 E Burnside St has been submitted for Type II Design Review by Scott Edwards Architecture:

This project seeks to make exterior modifications to the building located at 2525 E Burnside St and build a new 3-story addition by replacing the existing, adjacent one story structure located at 2519 E Burnside St.

Holden of Pearl has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Alliance Realty Partners and Ankrom Moisan Architects:

Senior living community with 110 units of R-2 occupancy independent senior living, 131 parking stalls in below-grade parking with total GSF of 296,500 with 42,000 of that amount being below-grade parking. Active uses will be provided along 13th Avenue (per 33.510.225). Those may be lobby, bistro, admin offices, salon or other similar uses complimentary to the community and to development objectives stated for NW 13th Ave.

The 100 Multnomah office building, which would be built on top of the Convention Center Hotel parking garage has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by ZGF Architects:

9-story office building addition to existing garage; served by deep stormwater drywells.

A project at 6705 SE 14th Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

Construct new 3 story (4) unit apartment building with associated site work

A project at 3723 SW Hood Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

Construct new 4 story (18) unit apartment building with associated site work ***w/19-150813-MT***

A building permit has been issued to Ankrom Moisan Architects for a project at 7545 and 7575 N Olin Ave:

New construction of one of two 3 story 6 unit apartment buildings, includes associated site work *** w/16-212381-CO, 16-212390-MT, & 16-212392-MT***

New construction of two of two 3 story 6 unit apartment buildings, includes associated site work *** w/16-212376-CO, 16-212390-MT, & 16-212392-MT***

Weekly Roundup: 100 Multnomah, N Williams Center, Modish Building, and more

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Prosper Portland is moving forward with design work on an office building to be built on top of the parking garage currently under construction across from the Convention Center.

Prosper Portland intends to move forward with an office building on top of the garage adjacent to the Convention Center Hotel, reports the Oregonian. The 100 Multnomah office building would add 118,000 square feet of rentable office space on top of the currently under construction parking garage.

The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about the Pearl Neighbors for Integrity in Design,* who are fighting the proposed Hyatt Place at NW 12th and Flanders.

Bloomberg wrote about Portland’s opportunity zones, which include most of Downtown, the Pearl and the Central Eastside. A part of the 2017 federal tax overhaul, the zones allow investors to reduce taxes on capital gains—with investments held for 10 or more years exempt from capital gains tax.

The Portland City Council approved financing for the N Williams Center, reports the Portland Mercury. The 61-unit apartment building will include 40 units for renters who earn less than 30 percent of area median income (AMI) and 20 units for those earning less than 60 percent AMI.

The charter investors backing the Portland Diamond Project were revealed.

The Ecotrust has completed work on the Redd on Salmon Street, reports the Portland Business Journal. The food business incubator and last-mile distribution warehouse already serves more than 170 food businesses and five core tenants.

Multnomah County intends to purchase the Modish Building at 333 SW Park, for use as a mental health and addiction resource center. A previous proposal for the 4-story building would have seen it converted into creative office space.

The Portland Business Journal took a first peek at the Rood Family Pavilion, the “cool new guest house for OHSU Doernbecher families“.

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