Weekly Roundup: tower on Broadway, grocer at Hassalo, construction at Roosevelt High and more

The planned tower at 710 SW Columbia

The planned tower at 710 SW Columbia

BPM Real Estate Group announced that they plan to build at 20 story tower at 710 SW Columbia. The project on SW Broadway will include a 170 room hotel, 200,000 sq ft of office space and parking for 320 vehicles.

Construction has finished at The Northwood apartments, previously known as The Kenton. The DJC published photos of the finished project.

Grocery store Green Zebra announced that they will open their second store at The Elwood in the Hassalo on Eighth development.

BikePortland published the third and final piece in their series about the Lloyd District. The post looked at the four bikeways it’ll take to make the Lloyd District great.

Demolition has begun on the site of the Jefferson 14 Apartmentsaccording to a post at the Portland Chronicle.

The Portland Business Journal reported on the OHSU Center for Health & Healing South which will blur the lines between a hospital and a traditional outpatient clinic.

The Oregonian wrote about how staff and students are adjusting to the construction at Roosevelt High School.

The Portland Business Journal toured the University of Portland’s new Beauchamp Recreation and Wellness Center.

The Portland Mercury profiled the North Portland resident who is trying block the construction of a planned apartment building at 2405 N Vancouver Ave.

A demolition permit has been issued for a house at 625 NE Randall Ave, reported the Portland Chronicle.  Though no building permits are yet on file, an Early Assistance was given by the City in November to a party looking at developing 4 or 5 units on the site.

Under Construction on N Interstate: The Kenton (images)

The Kenton, a four story apartment building, is under construction at 8310 N Interstate Avenue. The project will include 57 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments and one 1,600 sq ft retail space. The architects for the project are SERA, and the developers Mary Hanlon and Jim Meyer.

The primary building material will be white stucco, with fiber cement panels at the window bays. Aluminum storefront windows will be used at the retail corner and the recessed residential ground floor window bays. The rest of the window units will be vinyl.


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