The Oregonian confirmed that the Lloyd Center Sears will close. The Lloyd East Anchor Remodel project will replace the store with a new 14 screen theater.
The Willamette Week reported that the affordable housing at Framework, the Pearl District cross-laminated timber tower, will come at a high price.
In order to pay down debt the Artists Repertory Theatre plans to sell half of its property at 1515 SW Morrison St to a developer of a 218-foot residential tower with 296 units, writes the Willamette Week.
The Business Tribune reported that The Thornton apartments, previously known as the Tess O’Brien Apartments have been sold to San Diego based commercial real estate investment firm SENTRE.
This is rare for me to say, but that Theater sure is ugly!
Yeah, the “half slid out jenga piece” is a pretty sophomoric gimmick. 15 seconds on pinterest gives me better ideas for cladding this box.
As ugly as what is there now. No visual improvement
Alas, there are new or planned self-storage buildings as handsome as this proposal. This should not surprise. Based on a quick look at the architects’ (LDA Design Groups of Burbank, California) online portfolio, they seem to excel at unexceptional, blandish mall work.
Glad to see our design commission hard at work
Because a parking lot, old cinder block theater and Sears is so great. Have some imagination on how it play on the rest of the future construction. Get real. Can’t wait for this to start and improve the neighborhood. I appreciate the investment made to help revistalize a mall. So rare.