Design Commission approves Abernethy Flats (images)

The Design Commission has approved the Abernethy Flats, a 45’-0” tall mixed-use retail and residential building in the Central Eastside. The building by Hacker architects for Urban Asset Advisors will include 34 residential units and 1,800 sq ft of ground floor retail. No vehicular parking is proposed. 54 long term bicycle parking spaces will be provided.

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Seven Corners Community Collaborative approved by Landmarks Commission (images)

The Historic Landmarks Commission has approved 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 published in The Oregonian  last year the building will be a showcase for accessible construction, with features that include ensuring that “rooms and corridors… be oriented and painted so people with impaired sight will be able to navigate more easily.”

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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.”

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Pre-Application Conference scheduled for Seven Corners Community Collaborative

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss the Seven Corners Community Collaborative, a proposed office building at SE Division St and SE Ladd Ave. The design for the building is by Waterleaf Architecture. Drawings submitted to the Bureau of Development show a 4 story building with 3 stories of offices above ground floor retail. 9 vehicular parking spaces are proposed at the ground level.

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240 Clay (images)

A building permit is under review for 240 Clay, a new industrial office building in the Central Eastside. The five-story building will include 60,000 square feet of office space and approximately 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. The developers of 240 Clay are Killian Pacific, who are also behind the now under construction Goat Blocks project. The architects are Mackenzie.

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