Design Commission reviews Lloyd Cinemas redevelopment (images)

The first Design Review hearing had been held for the Holst Architecture designed redevelopment of the Lloyd Cinemas parking lot. The project at 1400 NE Multnomah would include 677 apartments, 12 live-work units, and approximately 37,780 sq ft of ground level retail. 536 parking spaces will be located on the site, with 438 spaces dedicated for residents and 98 spaces provided to service the retail uses. 1304 long term and 50 short term bicycle parking spaces will be provided. The project is being developed by a consortium of developers, that includes California based Bob Bisno and Dan Palmer.

1510 NE Multnomah - Lloyd Cinemas - Holst

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Kaiser Permanente receives Design Advice on Lloyd District Parking Garage & Plaza (images)

ZGF Architects and Kaiser Permanente have gone in front of the Design Commission to receive Design Advice on a proposed parking garage and plaza on Block 80 and 81 in the Lloyd District. The project would create 484-stall parking structure, as well as “a pedestrian plaza, covered public seating, space for a lunchtime food cart pod, a new rain garden adjacent to the streetcar station, and a public bicycle parking facility proposed as part of the Lloyd District Bicycle Parking Program”

Kaiser Block 80 Parking Garage

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Oregon Square, part V: Block 103

This post is the fifth and final post in a series on Oregon Square, focusing on Block 103. See also Part I about the urban design and landscaping, Part II about Block 91, Part III about Block 102 and Part IV about Block 90.

Rising to a height of 340′-6″, Block 103 would not only be tallest of the four buildings planned for American Assets Trust’s Oregon Square development, but would also be Portland’s tallest building east of the Willamette.  The architects for the 30 story tower are GBD Architects, who are working with PLACE for the landscape design. The building will include 347 residential units and almost 12,000 sq ft of ground floor retail. A rooftop terrace is proposed for level 6 of the building, on top of the lower sidecar portion of the building. The 30th floor is proposed to be entirely given over to amenity spaces, including a community room, demonstration kitchen, private dining room, a fitness center, spa, and kung fu room.

Oregon Square Block 103

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Oregon Square, part IV: Block 90 (images)

This post is the second in a series on Oregon Square, focusing on Block 91. See also Part I about the urban design and landscaping, Part II about Block 91, Part III about Block 102 and Part V about Block 103.

Rising to a height of 244′-8″, Block 90 will be the second tallest of the four buildings planned for American Assets Trust’s Oregon Square development. The 21 story tower will include 274 residential units and over 14,000 sq ft of ground floor retail. A rooftop terrace will be located on top of the podium form at the 6th floor. The entire 21st floor will be dedicated to amenity functions, including a community room, spa, fitness center, yoga room, private dining room and an exterior terrace. The architects for the project are GBD Architects, who are working with PLACE for the landscape design.

Oregon Square Block 90

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Oregon Square, pt III: Block 102 (images)

This post is the second in a series on Oregon Square, focusing on Block 91. See also Part I about the urban design and landscaping, Part II about Block 91, Part IV about Block 90 and Part V about Block 103.

Located at the northeast corner of the Oregon Square, Block 102 is one of the two lower buildings planned for the Lloyd District mega development. The 131′ tall building will include 163 residential units in its 11 floors. 11,427 sq ft of retail is planned, with double sided units facing onto the new square, as well as NE Holladay St and NE 9th Ave. Amenities for the tenants will include a roof terrace, dog wash, fitness room and yoga room at level 7. A community room for the use of residents will be located at level 11.

Oregon Square Block 102

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1510 NE Multnomah has third Design Advice hearing (images)

The Lloyd Cinemas redevelopment has gone before the Design Commission for a third Design Advice Request hearing. The project by Holst Architecture and 2.ink Studio massing has evolved since it was presented to the Commission in October, and is now imagined as a series of volumes that “weave together to form a village character”. The project continues to include a diagonal multimodal path through the site, connecting the Sullivan’s Gulch neighborhood to the Lloyd Center / NE 11th Ave MAX stop. At the ground level the project will have active uses, including restaurants, retail, maker space, micro restaurant and residential amenity spaces. Residential units will be located in the five floors above the ground. Though the current drawings do not list the number of units planned, the previous iteration proposed 680 residential units and 650 parking spaces in the first phase.

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Oregon Square, pt II: Block 91 (images)

This post is the second in a series on Oregon Square, focusing on Block 91. See also Part I about the urban design and landscaping, Part III about Block 102, Part IV about Block 90 and Part V about Block 103.

With 160 units, Block 91 will be the smallest of the four buildings at Oregon Square, the giant Lloyd District development planned by American Assets Trust. The building by GBD Architects will rise to 132′-6″ over its 11 floors. 14,181 sq ft of double sided ground floor retail will open onto both the new square and the surrounding streets. Amenities for the residents, located on the 6th and 7th floors, will include a yoga room, a fitness room, a private dining room, a community room and a dog lounge.

Oregon Square Block 91

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Design Commission approves Oregon Square (images)

This post is the first in a series on Oregon Square, focusing on the urban design and landscaping. See also Part II about Block 91, Part III about Block 102, Part IV about Block 90 and Part V about Block 103.

The Design Commission has approved Oregon Square, after three Design Advice Request hearings and three full Design Review hearings. The project by GBD Architects is the second phase in the redevelopment of the American Assets Trust owned land in the Lloyd District, following the recent completion of Hassalo on Eighth. At the center of the superblock development will be a new privately owned, publicly accessible square designed by Place Studio. Surrounding the square will be four buildings, ranging in height from 11 to 30 floors, one of which will be the tallest building in the city east of the Willamette at 343′-6″. In total the development will include 944 for rent residential units. 708 vehicular parking spaces will be provided for the use of residents, while a further 200 spaces will be provided for the 52,794 sq of retail included in the project. With a mix of bike parking provided for residents, visitors and employees, the project will include 1,647 bike parking stalls.

Oregon Square

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Lloyd Cinemas redevelopment returns in front of Design Commission (images)

The Lloyd Cinemas redevelopment has returned in front of the Design Commission for a second Design Advice Request hearing. The project by Holst Architecture and 2.ink Studio is now proposed to be developed in two phases. The first phase on the western portion of the site would include 680 residential units and 650 parking spaces. A future second phase would include a high rise tower, and a total of 570 residential units and 440 parking spaces. Both phases would include active uses at the ground level, including restaurants, retail, maker space, micro restaurant and residential amenity spaces.

1510 NE Multnomah - Lloyd Cinemas

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Oregon Square returns before Design Commission (images)

Oregon Square has returned before the Design Commission for its second Design Review hearing, with a number of changes made in response a previous hearing held in August. The massive superblock development by American Assets TrustGBD Architects and Place Studio landscape architects will include 940 residential units and 50,000 sq ft of retail, with a new public plaza at its center. Surrounding the plaza will be four buildings, varying in height from 11 to 30 floors.  908 below grade parking stalls will be provided in a below grade parking structure. Over 1,500 bike parking spaces will be provided for the use of residents, visitors and employees.

Oregon Square

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