Towers and terraces are imagined as part of the Riverplace Redevelopment, reports the Oregonian. At full build out the masterplan could include 2,500 apartments, 500 hotel rooms and 250,000 sq ft of office space.
Construction has finished* up at Sideyard, one of the “final pieces in the rapid redevelopment near the Burnside Bridge’s east end”, writes the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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 September 30th to October 6th 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested by Hennebery Eddy Architects for the New Industrial Revolution Center at 920 SE Stark St:
Proposal is for a ten story tall building with a total area of 312,000 sf, including 220,000 sf of lab space, 28,000 sf of accessory meeting space, 15,000 sf of industrial office, and up to 5,000 sf of retail on the ground floor. Approximately 100 parking stalls will be provided below the ground floor, accessed near the SW corner of 9th and Washington.
Early Assistance has been requested by Carleton Hart Architecture for a project at the northeast corner of NE 42nd & Going:
New construction multi-family affordable housing project on the corner of NE 42nd & Going St
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by SERA Architects to discuss a project at Conway Block 291E at the southwest corner of NW Raleigh & 20th:
6-story market-rate apartment building with 200 residential units and basement parking. Stormwater disposal will occur through drywells in the pedestrian way.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Works Progress Architecture to discuss a project at 1835 N Flint Ave:
7-story multi-family building with tuck-under parking, open courtyard, active lobby/amenity and three townhouses at grade and 6 levels of residential above (117 units total). On site stormwater will be dealt with via dry wells.
The Adventist Medical Center at 1500 SE 96th Ave has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Clark/Kjos Architects:
New four story medical office building.
The skybridge proposed as part of the Terwilliger Plaza Parkview Building at 2436 Southwest 6th Avenue has been submitted for a Type III Review:
Terwilliger Plaza submits this application for one encroachment in the public right-of-way over SW 6th Avenue. The skybridge is an integral element of Terwilliger Plaza’s expanding continuing care facility located on one contiguous site on both sides of SW 6th Avenue. The skybridge will span SW 6th, connecting the existing continuing care facilities on the west of SW 6th Avenue to the expanded facilities and units on the east side of SW 6th Avenue. The skybridge is a critical element of Terwilliger Plaza’s continuing care program.
A project at 5308 SE 18th Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Portland Architecture:
Construct new 3 story – 16 unit apartment building with attached trash enclosure on south side of building and associated site work to include storm water management
A building permit was issued to SERA Architects for Saltwood South at 2050 NW Raleigh St:
Saltwood South – new construction of 6 story, 177 residential unit apartment building (5 stories of Type IIIA over 1 story of Type 1 construction). There is one level of below grade parking. Ground floor consists of residential lobby, retail space, residential amenities, and dwelling units. The building occupies the full block and is configured around a south-facing private courtyard. Mechanical under 18-278466-MT
A building permit was issued for a project at 6580 N Greenwich Ave:
New 3 story, 12 unit apartment building with attached 138 S.F. Trash enclosure, includes associated sitework *** mechanical permit to be separate ***
A building permit was issued to Ankrom Moisan Architecture for the Hyatt Unbound at 245 SW Salmon St:
New 21 story hotel, 180,000 gross sq ftl with 250 guest rooms, ground floor retail, conference center, gym, groundfloor restaurant, bar/market, support spaces and rooftop restaurant and bar. Total project consists of 21 stories of Type 1 construction with one basement level. For reference set R2 6th floor
Design Advice has been offered to Hacker architects for the Division 28 Homes, a 10-unit co-housing development proposed in the Richmond neighborhood. Urban Development Partners is acting as the owner’s representative. The project is being developed for one extended family, with members of varying ages, with the intention that family members are able to age in place. At the ground level the building would also include retail space and a restaurant with outdoor seating. 16 vehicular parking spaces are proposed in a below-grade garage.
The Business Tribune wrote about how Glass Lab is offering a hip hub for start-ups. The building is named for the glass foundry formerly located into the recently renovated structure.
The Portland Business Journal wrote about the winners of this year’s DeMuro Awards, given by Restore Oregon for excellence in preservation, reuse, and community revitalization. Projects honored in Portland included the Álmr Apartments at NW 21st and Irving; the AltSource Headquarters at 1120 SE Madison St; the Redd on Salmon St; and the Woodlark Hotel.
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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 September 23rd to September 29th 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested by Scotia Western States Housing for a project at 3224 SW 12th Ave:
15 unit multifamily project proposed to become part of a larger project to the north. Access would come off the existing project’s access on the parcel just north of the proposed project.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 11468 NE Holman St:
Development of a 4-story, 127 room hotel.
A project at 1014 NE Alberta St has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3-story 4 unit apartment building with associated site work
Buildings permits were issued to Doug Circosta for the Gooseberry Apartments at 450 NE 147th Ave (previously 14708 NE Glisan St):
1 of 5 new buildings, 3 story, 8 unit 100% affordable housing apartment building and associated site work. Tree removals. ***Mechanical permit to be separate***
2 of 5 new buildings, 3 story, 12 unit 100% affordable housing apartment building and associated site work. Tree removals. ***Mechanical permit to be separate***
3 of 5 new buildings, 3 story, 12 unit 100% affordable housing apartment building and associated site work. Tree removals. ***Mechanical permit to be separate***
4 of 5 new buildings, 3 story, 12 unit 100% affordable housing apartment building and associated site work.Tree removals. ***Mechanical permit to be separate***
5 of 5 new 100% affordable housing buildings community building with laundry and bathroom and associated sitework. Tree removals. ***Mechanical permit to be separate***
The planned expansion of the OHSU Hospital has returned in front of the Design Commission for a second Design Advice Request (DAR) meeting. The 14-story, 525,300 sq ft building is being designed by NBBJ architects with Mayer/Reed landscape architects.
Adidas will construct a cycle track on N Greeley Ave, reports Bike Portland. Construction is expected to cost $1.26 million. Adidas will receive a a $1 million credit towards the System Development Charges owed against the permits for the Adidas Campus Expansion.
The Oregonian wrote about Gordon Sondland, the Portland hotelier and Ambassador to the European Union, who is now linked the Ukraine scandal. Sondland’s company Provenance Hotels is the owner of a number of Portland hotels, including The Woodlark.
The Oregonian looked at whether Portland State University could co-locate its football team at the rebuilt Lincoln High School. Adding an 8,000 seat stadium to the relocated field would be possible—if the university’s athletic department can find the $65 million required.
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 September 16th to September 22nd 2019.
Early Assistance has been requested by Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 5920 E Burnside St:
Remove Existing buildings. Construct 2 new apartment buildings. 62 units total. 4 story with inclusionary housing.
Early Assistance has been requested by Carleton Hart Architecture for Multnomah County’s project at 333 SW Park Ave:
Renovation of an existing, county-owned building for use as a Behavioral Health Resource Center. The building is approximately 24,000 gross square feet, four-and-one-half story structure located on SW Park Ave.
Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 5024 NE Fremont St:
Existing dwelling to be removed and parcel proposed for multi-dwelling unit development for 12 units. Two buildings are proposed with a shared stairway. There is no density requirement in the CM1 zone. Proposed FAR is 1.5
Early Assistance has been requested by William Kaven Architecture for a project at 4047 N Williams Ave:
Two adjacent sites that will be developed under separate ownership, eah with two four-story apartment buildings, one with 17 units and one with 13 units and ground floor retail. Drywell proposed in common courtyard. A separate design review will be needed for each site.
Early Assistance has been requested by Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 8042 N Willamette Blvd:
12 unit apartment building (9,713 GSF) with drywell
Early Assistance has been requested by William Kaven Architecture for a project at 8005 SE 13th Ave:
Construction of one 3-story 19-unit building with ground floor lobby and retail. 60% eco roof coverage is proposed for stormwater.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Lance Mueller & Associates Architecture to discuss a project at 55 NE Broadway:
An addition to the existing service shop of Toyota of Portland with structured parking and auto inventory storage over the ground level shop expansion.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a Floor & Decor store at 11919 N Jantzen Dr:
A Pre-Application Conference to discuss construction of a new 80,000 square foot building. The proposed tenant is a Retail Sales and Service Use, Floor & Décor, which sells wood flooring and tile to the general public. One hundred four surface parking spaces are proposed. The existing buidling (Safeway) will be demolished.
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by GBD Architects to discuss a project at 1137 NW 23rd Ave:
A Pre-Application Conference to discuss a mixed use building with ground level retail. One level of below grade parking is proposed that takes access from NW Northrup. Approximately 48 parking spaces and one Type B Loading Space are proposed. The retail space is at ground level and is 12,690 square feet in floor area. The upper 4 levels are proposed to have a total of approximately 70 apartments.
An Excavation and Shoring permit is under review for Eleven West at 1102-1116 SW Washington St:
11W – EXC 01- Excavation and Shoring for a New 25 story mixed use building, with 4 below grade floors for parking
A project at 3924 N Montana Ave has been submitted for building permit review:
New 3 story 6 unit apartment building with common lobby, and associated site work including detached trash enclosure under 120 sf mechanical separate
A building permit was issued to Allied Works Architecture for 2291 NW Glisan St (previously 500 NW 23rd Ave):
New construction of 4 story mixed use building, retail on the first floor with associated site work (tenant improvement separate)
A building permit was issued to Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 5311 NE Glisan St (previously 506 NE 53rd Ave):
Construct new 4 story (18) unit apartment building with associated site work and detached trash enclosure under 120sq ft
The Morningstar at Laurelhurst, a proposed senior living facility on NE Sandy Blvd, has returned in front of the Design Commission for a second Design Advice Request meeting. The five story building is being designed by Ankrom Moisan Architects for Morningstar Senior Living. The project would include 114 units of memory care and assisted living, with a mix of studio, 1-, and 2-bedroom units. Approximately 70 vehicular parking spaces would be provided in a single level below-grade garage.
The City of Portland declared that it’s on track to meet housing bond’s goals, according to the Oregonian. At a press conference it was announced that nine projects will receive funding through the bond: 115th at Division Street in Powellhurst-Gilbert; Alta at 18th in Northwest; Anna Mann House in Kerns; Cathedral Village in Cathedral Park; The Joyce Hotel in Downtown; Las Adelitas in Cully; NE Prescott in Cully; the Stark Street Project in Glenfair; and the The Westwind in Old Town.
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