Metro Reports: Holman 42, Lloyd West Anchor, Collective Oregon Eateries, and more

Holman 42

A building permit was been issued for Holman 42, which will include 59 units of affordable housing.

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 November 12th to November 18th, 2018. 

Early Assistance has been requested by Baysinger Partners for a project at 1401 N Hayden Island Dr:

Construction of 3,000 sf convenience store and 6 station (12 pump) vehicle fueling area.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Ankrom Moisan Architects to discuss a project at 701 NE 7th Ave:

Proposal is for a new 7 story mixed use project. 5 over 2 construction. 2 levels of Type 1 parking surrounded by mixed use-programming over 5 stories of Type III construction residential dwelling units with a mix of studio, 1bd, 2bd and 3bd units. Ground floor includes parking entry, retail and residential amenities such as residential lounge, fitness area, leasing offices, bike storage; pet area and wash. Proposed stormwater disposal will connect to public sewer. Approximately 200 units per block

The Lloyd West Anchor Remodel has been submitted for building permit review by Waterleaf Architecture:

Proposed selective demolition of portions of the 3-story West Anchor building (Former Nordstrom’s). Work includes removal of the existing 3rd story, clerestory lantern structure & roof structure. Interior structural demo & removal of existing brick veneer, storefornts &canopies. Exterior work includes removal of existing plaza structure, walls and paving for building renovation.

Renovation of existing 3-story, 150,000 square foot tenant space at the Lloyd Center Mall (Former Nordstrom’s). Changes to the exterior façade and plaza are proposed.

The Alder.9 Apartments at 820 SE Alder St have been submitted for building permit review:

9 story mixed use buidling with 176 residential untis over ground floor retail and mechanical parking

A project at 4946 N Vancouver Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Allusa Architecture:

New 3 story, 5 unit hotel with office space on first floor, attached trash enclosure and ecoroof

A building permit was issued to Carleton Hart Architecture for Holman 42 at 6370 NE 42nd Ave:

New 3-story, 59-unit apartment building with lobby, management office, resident services, community spaces and bike storage.

A building permit was issued for a project at 5080 NE 33rd Ave:

New 3 story 12 plex apartment bldg w/18-174200-mt – 56sq ft trash enclosure

A building permit was issued for a project at 4730 SE Belmont St:

Construct new 3 story, 12 unit apartment building with 56 s.F. Detached trash enclosure, includes associated sitework

A building permit was issued for a project at 6940 SE Long St:

New 3-story 15 unit apartment building includes associated site work; cesspool decommissioning reqd septic decommissioning required. Call for inspection 842

A building permit was issued for the Collective Oregon Eateries at 3612 SE 82nd Ave:

New construction of 8500sf single story building with mezzanine. New core and shell building for up to 9 restaurant tenants on property. Site work to include new infrastructure and parking lot repairs to accommodate 16 food carts seating areas, and required parking separate electrical, mechanical, and plumbing permits required.

Lloyd Center West Anchor Remodel and Live Nation Venue Approved (Images)

The Design Commission has approved a remodel and expansion of the Lloyd Center West Anchor building and plaza, designed by Waterleaf Architecture505 Design and Greenworks. The former Nordstrom building will be renovated for the use of multiple tenants, with a new floor added for a music venue operated by Live Nation.

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Metro Reports: ART Tower, Rothko Pavilion, Adidas Intersection, and more

ART Tower

The 304 unit ART Tower is proposed for the north half of the Artist Repertory Theatre block in Goose Hollow.

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 2nd to July 8th, 2018. 

Early Assistance has been requested by Guerrilla Development for a project at 3839 NE Killingsworth St:

Convert a warehouse/storefront building with existing church use into a six (6) one-bedroom loft style residential units with shared and private courtyards. Courtyards will be created by removing portions of existing roofing. 20% unit density increase to be achieved through amenity bonuses.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a project at 144 NE 97th Ave:

Proposal is for a multifamily project designed to maximize site efficiency and provide high-quality, family size housing. Project contains two, 4-story buildings totaling 64 units on 3 x RX lots. Project includes 24 x 3 bedroom units (bu), 6 x 2bu, 32 x 1 bu, and 2 studios. Parking is .4 to 1 (26 stalls). A leasing office and bike storage are onsite. Stormwater management to be achieved onsite using category 1 and 2 methods, including roof drainage to a drywell and parking lot to biofiltration devices, including but not limited to infiltration swales and/or basins

The Portland Art Museum Rothko Pavilion at 1219 SW Park Ave has been submitted for a Type III Historic Resource Review and a Type II Conditional Use Review by Hennebery Eddy Architects:

New 3-story pavillion connecting the existing North and South Portland Art Museum Buildings. There will also be a new loading area along SW Jefferson St, which requires a separate driveway design exception (per PBOT).

The Oregon Harbor of Hope at 1201 Northwest Naito Parkway has been submitted for Type II Design Review:

Construction of the Navigation Center, a short-term shelter and resource center for Oregon Harbor of Hope.

The ART Tower at 1515 SW Morrison St has been submitted for Type III Design Review by Ankrom Moisan Architects:

Proposal to demolish portion of existing building on nw quarter of the block and surface parking lot at NE quarter of the block. New construction of 21 story mixed use residential building on the north half of the block. Retail, lobby and amenities at the ground floor. Parking below grade.

A new Type III Design Review Application for the Lloyd West Anchor Remodel has been submitted by Waterleaf Architecture:

Renovation of existing retail mall anchor to accommodate multiple tenants, increasing the existing height by one story. The renovation includes the SW corner of the existing mall known as Block A and the exterior facade remodel and plaza/yard improvements on the south, west, and north sides of existing building. One modification requested to the bicycle parking standards.

The Intersection on the Adidas campus at 5055 N Greeley Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Hacker Architects:

new addition between buildings B and C on the West side of the Adidas village campus

Metro Reports: Pepsi Redevelopment, Grand Belmont, St Marys Romanian Orthodox, and more

Grand Belmont

Construction has started on the Grand Belmont Apartments

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 March 5th to March 11th, 2018. Note that this post includes some projects that were mistakenly added to the previous week’s metro reports. That post has been updated.

Design Advice has been requested by John Weil Architecture for the Providence Park Retail and Ticket Booth Addition:

Proposal is for an addition of a 1,300 sf retail store in existing Providence Park plaza at corner of SW 20th and SW Morrison Streets and reconstruction of existing ticket windows from 3 locations to 1 – 160sf location. Stormwater for retail store is proposed to be utilizing a green roof, tied into stormwater system. Ticket booth to be connected to existing gutter at existing canopy (new roof area at ticket booth is approximately 50sf). Central City Design District.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled and further Design Advice requested by Waterleaf Architecture for the Lloyd West Anchor Remodel:

Renovation of existing 149,000sf, 3-story retail mall anchor to accommodate multiple tenants. Exterior facade remodel and plaza/yard improvements.

Early Assistance has been requested by Emerick Architects for a project at 3300 NE Broadway:

Current code: Renovation to existing 3-story building with addition of a 4th story.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 2100 N Albina Ave:

Current Code: Proposal to construct a multi-story 40,00sqft self storage facility with parking.

Early Assistance has been requested by Waechter Architecture for a project South of 4236 N Mississippi Ave:

Future code: New mixed use building. Two floors of office space and one floor of residential dwellings (5 units).

Early Assistance has been requested by CE John for a project at 1715 NE 33rd Ave:

Future code: Proposed multi-tenant retail building with surface and rooftop parking. Proposed stormwater disposal – drywells.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Livermore Architecture & Engineering to discuss a project at the St Marys Romanian Orthodox Church at 13505 SE Stark St:

A Pre-Application Conference to discuss construction of a one-story parish hall for an existing church. The building is approximately 7,200 square feet. Site improvements associated with this project will include a reconfigured parking area
and a pedestrian plaza between the existing church and the new building. Twenty-seven parking spaces are proposed. There is an option to increase the size of the site by acquiring a portion of the lot fronting on SE 136th (331 SE 136th).

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a project at 7606 SE Flavel St:

Current code: Multi-family development on existing site with a total of 29 multi-family units. 23 units are new units with a garage per unit. Existing 6-plex to remain with parking provided for each unit in a parking lot. Two existing single-family dwellings are proposed to be separated from the development through PLAs or other process.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Mithun to discuss the redevelopment of the Pepsi site at 2505 NE Pacific St:

Future code? A master plan for redeveloping the existing +/-5.16 acre Pepsi Bottling Plant on Sandy Blvd into market-rate and affordable housing, offices, retail/restaurant spaces, open space and associated parking. The project will use the Planned Development Bonus for additional height and bonus FAR and will include publicly-accessible open space.

A revised permit for a project at 1717 SE Tenino St has been submitted for review by Urban Development Group:

Construction of new 4-story 91 unit apartment building with 19 parking spaces

A project at NE 74th and Glisan has been submitted for building permit review:

Construct new 3 story (12) unit apartment building with associated site work

A project at 3967 NE Garfield Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

New 3-story 9 unit apartment building with associated site work. No off street parking

A building permit was issued to Ankrom Moisan Architects for Grand Belmont at 514 SE Belmont St:

New 7-story mixed use building, Type I construction and 5 stories of Type IIIA construction; level 1 – commercial spaces and parking; level 2-7 – 131 residential units.

Weekly Roundup: 250 Taylor, Lloyd West Anchor, Eastside Office, and more

525 SE MLK

The Eastside Office at 525 SE MLK will be framed with mass timber

The Willamette Week broke the news that Live Nation plans to open a concert venue in the Lloyd West Anchor building, formerly home to Nordstrom.

Portland for Everyone wrote about how “Portland’s anti-McMansion compromise is filling in details and nearing a final vote.”

NW Natural will move from Old Town into the 250 Taylor office building in 2019, reports the Portland Tribune.

The Portland City Council approved a resolution outlining priorities for how the $258 million housing bond should be spent, according to the Oregonian.

According to the Portland Tribune the city council will this week review a map showing any potential conflicts held by members of the West Quadrant Plan Stakeholders Advisory Committee. The plan, adopted by council in 2015, informs the larger Central City 2035 Plan currently before council.

The Business Tribune wrote about two cross-laminated timber buildings being designed by Hacker, including the Eastside Office at 525 SE MLK.

As the Portland area sets itself up as a center for mass timber construction, the Business Tribune asked what is it, and where can we see it?

As Adidas gets ready for a major expansion in Portland, the Oregonian sat down with executive Mark King to discuss the sportswear company’s future plans.

Metro Reports: Aniva Apartments, Worldmark by Wyndham, 2834 SE Gladstone, and more

Aniva Apartments

A building permit is under review for the Aniva Apartments at N Interstate and Alberta

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. (Note: this post covers September 4th to September 10th, 2017.)

Early Assistance has been requested by Salazar Architect for a project at 6723 NE Killingsworth St:

A multi-family, mixed use and mixed income development with two building, a central plaza, parking garage and commerical space. The site is bounded by NE Killingsworth, NE Cully blvd and HW 30. This will be an affordable housing development working Hacienda CDC. The existing structure will be demolished. Applicants planning on meeting Community Design Standards.

The Lloyd West Anchor Remodel has been submitted for Type III Design Review by Waterleaf Architecture:

Modify the building to allow for mulitple (future) tenants. Renovate exterior finishes, the plaza (with stormwater management), and other landscaped planters. Add new paving, defined outdoor seating areas and a freestanding framed canopy. Replace existing diagonal entrance of the adjacent building with storefront.

The Aniva Apartments at 5009 N Interstate Ave have been submitted for building permit review by TVA Architects:

New mulit family apartment building with 90 units, tuck under parking, associated site work.

A project with two buildings at 2834 SE Gladstone St has been submitted for building permit review by Guerrilla Development:

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)

A building permit was issued to SERA Architects for the Worldmark by Wyndham at 221 SW Naito Parkway:

New 75 unit, 6 story vacation ownership. 5 over 1 construction

A building permit was issued to Urban Development Group for a project at 1475 SE 14th Ave (previously 1335 SE Hawthorne Blvd):

New 4 story mixed use building with 39 units; retail first floor; interior trash enclosure; tuck in parking; separate tenant improvement permits; associated site work

A building permit was issued to Hacker for a project at 1177 NE 21st Ave (previously 2034 NE Multnomah Blvd):

8 story 162 condominium building with parking (see comments)

A building permit was issued for a project at 323 N Emerson St:

Construction of new three story 6 unit apartment building with a 24 sq ft trash enclosre on site

Weekly Roundup: 3000 SE Powell, Laurel 42, Lloyd Center, and more

Lloyd West Anchor Remodel

Work has wrapped up on the original scope of the Lloyd Center remodel, however future phases will now include repurposing the anchor building formerly occupied by Nordstrom.

The DJC reported that unreinforced masonry building owners are fuming over a mandatory seismic retrofit proposal*.

Portland For Everyone interviewed “Surly Urbanist” Jamaal Green about building a pro-housing political alliance.

The Business Tribune reported on a study that ranks Portland No. 21 out of 50 metro areas in terms of hardest cities to add necessary new apartments.

According to the Willamette Week, the Portland Housing Bureau will purchase a property at 3000 SE Powell Blvd, which could be developed into as many as 300 units of affordable housing.

Oregon could “lose $80 million a year in federal housing funding in the proposed White House budget”, writes the Oregonian.

The Hollywood Star News wrote about Laurel 42, the six story project with mechanical parking rising in Hollywood.

The Business Tribune reported that Pearl West, Portland’s first post-recession office building, has been sold by its developer to LaSalle Investment Management.

The Oregonian wrote about how the Lloyd Center Remodel is a lot bigger than originally planned. The new entry plaza and helical stair opened last week, but will be joined in the future by the West Anchor Remodel and East Anchor Remodel, where a new cinema will replace a portion of the space currently occupied by Sears.

The DJC published construction photos of the Field Officecurrently rising in Northwest Portland.

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Weekly Roundup: Chinatown, Framework, Lloyd Center, and more

Framework will include ground floor retail space, 5 floors of office space and 5 floors of affordable housing.

The Oregonian took a look at the transformation planned for the Lloyd Center and surrounding blocks, including the NE Multnomah Plaza,  West Anchor Remodel, East Anchor Remodel, 1400 NE Multnomah and 1510 NE Multnomah.

New design guidelines for the New Chinatown Japantown Historic District will go in front of City Council for approval later this year. The DJC looked at how the guidelines aim to preserve a Chinatown that is unlike others*.

An appeal of the Historic Landmarks Commission’s approval of Pearl East will go before City Council on Wednesday, reports the NW Examiner. The approval is being challenged by a neighbor who believes the building is too tall for the NW 13th Avenue Historic District.

Jordan Schnitzer will give PSU $5 million to open an art museum in Neuberger Hallreports the Oregonian.

A building permit is ready to issue for Frameworkreports Dezeen. The Pearl District tower will be the tallest timber high rise in the USA when it is completed.

The Oregon Convention Center is planning a renovation that will complement the Convention Center Hotelaccording to the Business Tribune. Work will include a major remodel of the existing plaza at NE Holladay and MLK. Construction on the Hyatt Regency branded hotel is expected to start this summer.

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Lloyd West Anchor returns in front of Design Commission (images)

A second Design Advice hearing has been held for the remodel of the Lloyd Center West Anchor, formerly home to Nordstrom. Waterleaf Architecture, Interiors & Planning and 505 Design are working on designs to renovate the building for multi-tenant use and rebuild the existing plaza. At levels 1 and 2 the existing mall concourse will be extended into the building. A new main entry to the Lloyd Center will be created where the entry to Nordstrom was previously located. The existing entry to the mall, located at the corner of the plaza, will be closed and filled in with new retail space.

Lloyd West Anchor Remodel

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Design Advice Offered for Remodel of Former Lloyd Center Nordstrom (images)

Design Advice has been offered for the remodel of the west anchor building at the Lloyd Center, formerly home to Nordstrom. The building will be renovated for multi-tenant use. At levels 1 and 2 the existing mall concourse will be extended into the building. A new main entry to the Lloyd Center will be created where the entry to Nordstrom was previously located. The existing entry to the mall, located at the corner of the plaza, will be closed and filled in with new retail space.

901 NE Lloyd Center

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