Metro Reports: 4018 N Williams, Meier & Frank Building, 1110 SW Clay, and more

4018 N Williams Ave

4018 N Williams by William Kaven Architecture has been submitted for building permit 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.

A project at 820 SE Alder has been submitted for Design Advice and Type III Design Review by TVA Architects:

DAR to discuss a new multi-dwelling development with ground floor retail and structured parking. The seven story building is a combination of studios and one and two bedroom units. Thirty-seven parking spaces are proposed. The access to the garage is from SE Alder.DAR

Proposal is for 7 story use building with 163 studio and one bedroom units over ground floor retail. 75 feet tall. Construction type is 5 levels of Type 3B over 2 levels of Type 1A. One level of below grade parking with garage access from SE Alder St.

Early Assistance has been requested by DECA Architecture for a project at 8355 N Interstate Ave:

Conversion of motel to apartments. Minor changes include: New walls, doors, lighting, paint, signage, and new finishes.

A Pre-Application Conference has scheduled by Surround Architecture to discuss a project at 3032 SE Powell Blvd:

Proposal is for a 60 unit multi-dwelling structure in the CG zone. Additionally, in the R2.5 zone proposal is for 11 attached dwellings.

A Pre-Application Conference has scheduled by Bora Architects to discuss the conversion of the Meier & Frank Building at 621 SW 5th Ave:

Proposal is to demo floors 1-5 and basement and renovate space creative office space with ground level retail. Scope includes limited facade renovations to accommodate new retail entries on 5th and 6th and updates to alder st facade. New restrooms to be included. Historic elements to be preserved.

A Pre-Application Conference has scheduled by SERA Architects to discuss a project at 1110 SW Clay St:

Proposal is for new construction of a 260 unit, 16 story affordable multi-family student apartment building.

A project at 5615 SW Hood Ave has been submitted for Type III Design Review by Koble Creative Architecture:

Proposal is for new constructin of a four story office building with ground floor retail and below grade parking behind retail. Review also includes two modifications to building are and setbacks.

The SW Barbur and Hooker Apartments have been submitted for Type III Historic Resource Review by Stack Architecture:

Proposed 3 story apartment building with partial 4th floor, 62 units with common areas and circulation, 17 car parking spaces behind the building.

A project at 4620 N Maryland Ave has been submitted for building permit review by City Craft Development:

New 3 story apartment building with 32units, with site improvements, inerior trash rooms, and on site parking; 8 ft fence

A project at 7031 N Mohawk Ave has been submitted for building permit review by City Craft Development:

New 2 story apartment building with 7 dwelling units with attached trash enclosure and sprinkler riser room, detached barbeque area, and associated sitework (same as 17-101236-CO)

A project at 4018 N Williams Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

New 5 story mixed use building; retail on first floor; 4 stories of 64 residential apartments; tuck under parking; associated site work

A project at 1637 SE Nehalem St has been submitted for building permit review by Urban Development Group:

New 4-story apartment building with 61 units, underground parking (16 stalls) and associated site work, with interior trash area

Under Construction: Grove Hotel Expansion and Remodel (images)

This is an updated version of a post originally published on November 12th 2015.

A major expansion and remodel of Old Town’s Grove Hotel is under construction. The project will include the renovation and seismic upgrade of the existing building fronting onto W Burnside, as well as the construction of a new 99′ tall tower to replace the existing theater addition. The addition will have the lobby and main entrance to the hotel at the ground level, and a rooftop restaurant at the 9th floor. New retail spaces would be created on the ground level of the original building, and a basement level “speakeasy” will be accessed from NW 5th Ave. No new vehicular parking is proposed. The architectural design is by Portland based Surround Architecture with New York based Studio Tack acting as design consultants.

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Focus: 20 new hotels proposed for Portland

When construction activity first started to return to Portland around 2012 it seemed like all that was being built was apartments. While residential still dominates the construction industry, other sectors of the market have started to return. In the last year there has been been a noticeable increase in the number of hotels proposed in Portland. Next Portland counts at least 20 hotels either proposed, going through Design Advice / Design Review, being reviewed for building permits or under construction. Together these represent over 3000 new rooms, a substantial number for a city that had 25,924 rooms in its metro area as of 2014.

It is unlikely that every single hotel on this list will be built; some of the Early Assistance application may represent property owners performing a feasibility study, and there is always the possibility of a downturn in the economy. Even still, it’s clear that Portland is going to have a substantially larger number of hotels in just a couple years. Click through to see the full list, arranged by number of rooms.

1 – Hyatt Regency at the Convention Center

Number of rooms: 600+
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Architects, ESG Architects
Status: Design Advice

Hyatt Hotel at the Oregon Convention Center

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Historic Landmarks Commission reviews Grove Hotel (images)

The Historic Landmarks Commission has reviewed designs for the renovation and expansion of the Grove Hotel. The project will include the renovation and seismic upgrade of the existing building fronting onto W Burnside, as well as the construction of a new 99′ tall tower to replace the existing theater addition. The addition would have the lobby and main entrance to the hotel at the ground level, and a rooftop restaurant at the 9th floor. New retail spaces would be created on the ground level of the original building, and a basement level “speakeasy” will be accessed from NW 5th Ave. The architectural design is by Portland based Surround Architecture with New York based Studio Tack acting as design consultants.

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Metro Reports: Carbon12, Grove Hotel, 21st and Irving Apartments and more

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Carbon12, as shown during Design Advice

Every week, the Bureau of Development Services publishes lists of early assistance applications, land use reviews and building permits. We publish the highlights.

Design Advice has been requested for a project at 3207 SW 1st Ave:

Warehouse to office conversion.

Early Assistance has been requested by Mentrum Architecture for a new building at 6205 N Minnesota Ave:

Proposal is for a 3-story 18 unit apartment building

A building at 3514 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for Design Review:

Design Review for a new one story- (8,115 s.f.) building

Carbon12 by PATH Architecture has been submitted for Historic Resource Review:

Eight story mixed use building with 22-24 parking spaces with two ground floor retail units and 14 residential condominiums. The roof will also have a roof deck for the top two units.

Surround Architecture have submitted their designs for renovation and expansion of the Grove Hotel for Historic Resource Review:

This project consists of a renovation of an existing three-story building with basement and construction of a new nine story , 44,200 sf concrete building

Emerick Architects have submitted their 21st and Irving Apartments for Historic Resource Review:

Demo of exising structure for development of 4 story mixed use development including 57 living units and 55-62 parking spaces. Historic resource review with 6 modifications.

 

 

Design Advice offered for the Grove Hotel

The Historic Landmarks Commission has offered Design Advice to for renovation and expansion of the Grove Hotel on W Burnside Street. Since the end of its use as a single room occupancy hotel in 2010 the Portland Development Commission has attempted to developer interested in renovating the building. In May of 2014 a team that includes Naito Development and Eagle Point Hotel Partners was chosen to develop the building as a boutique hotel. The architectural design is by Portland based Surround Architecture with New York based Studio Tack acting as design consultants.

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Metro Reports: Grove Hotel, Zidell Yards, Conway Block 294 and more

Surround Architecture's Grove Hotel remodel and expansion

Surround Architecture’s remodel and expansion of the Grove Hotel

Every week, the Bureau of Development services publishes lists of early assistance applications, land use reviews and building permits. We publish the highlights.

GBD Architects have requested for Design Advice for Conway Blocks 294 and 295:

2 mixed use buildings over a continuous (2) level underground parking structure

Surround Architecture have requested for Design Advice for their remodel and expansion of the Grove Hotel:

Renovation of existing 3 story building & construction of new 9 story mixed use building

ZGF Architects and ZRZ Realty have requested Early Assistance for a project at 3201 SW Moody Ave in the Zidell Yards:

Mixed-use building with 6-7 floors of apartments over a podium and ground floor retail, over 2 levels of underground parking.

Koz Development have requested a Pre-Application Conference for a project at 2211 SW 4th Ave:

Pre-Application Conference to discuss Type III Design Review for new 110-unit apartment building over surface level parking deck. The building will provide “micro-studio student housing”.

A separate Type III Historic Resource Review is still pending for a project at 1810 NE 11th Ave, however BKL/A Architecture have applied for a building permit:

Construct 3 story, 12 unit apartment building, no onsite parking, flowthrough planters at landscaped area and associated site improvements

Works Partnership have applied for a building permit for the MODS Willamette project at 8332 N Willamette Blvd:

Construct new 2 story, 6 unit modular apartment building, no parking, partial street improvement, scope of work includes basement, foundation, exterior cladding, porches at 1st and 2nd floor, parapets, roof assembly, associated site work such as stormwater facility, bike parking and landscaping, detached trash enclosure is 52sf; modular unit construction prior approval by state of Oregon permit #M638 14-5420c

A building permit was issued to Dustrud Architecture for the Boathouse Apartments at 0444 SW Boundary St:

6 story, 154,903 sf, 124 unit residential apartment building with parking at ground level. IIIB over IA construction.

Images of Grove Hotel released

The first images of the Grove Hotel project have been published on the website of Surround Architecture. (H/T to urbanlife on SkyscraperPage for finding these.) We reported this morning that the architects have requested a Pre-Application Conference to discuss the renovation of the building facing West Burnside St, and construction of a new 9-story, 63,000 square-foot building to replace the building facing NW 4th Avenue.

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