The Nomad mixed use development at N Interstate and Church St has gone in front of the Design Commission to receive optional Design Advice. The 7-story building is being designed by Works Progress Architecture for Ethos Development, and will include 130 residential units over ground retail and building amenity spaces. 22 at-grade parking stalls and 145 bicycle parking spaces are proposed. The building will be subject to the city’s inclusionary housing rules, which require the provision of affordable housing or the payment of a fee-in-lieu.
The Oregonian wrote about the two affordable housing measures Portland area voters are deciding on this year.
The Daily Journal of Commerce looked at how affordable housing developer Innovative Housing is partnering with a pre-apprenticeship program to provide workforce training during construction of the Magnolia II Apartments at 3250 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
The Oregonian looked at who is moving into nation’s tallest timber building, Carbon12.
The Design Commission has approved an 8-story mixed use building at 1715 SW Salmon St, designed by SERA Architects for Greystar Real Estate Partners. The 84’-9″ tall building will include 182 residential units over approximately 12,000 sq ft of retail. Vehicular parking will provided in a garage accessed from SW Taylor St, with most of the spaces provided in a mechanized parking system. 278 bicycle parking spaces will be provided, with 106 spaces in a secure bike room at level 2 and rest provided in the units. The building will be subject to the city’s inclusionary housing rules, which require the provision of affordable housing or the payment of a fee-in-lieu.
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 October 15th to October 21st, 2018.
Early Assistance has been requested by GBD Architects for the Riverplace Redevelopment at 0150 SW Montgomery St:
Proposal is for a master plan development and possible land division of approx. 8 acres.
Early Assistance has been requested by Salazar Architect for a project at 6723 NE Killingsworth St:
4-Story, 140 Unit affordable housing project with 3 floors of residential over on-grade parking, community space and additional residences. The project will also feature a mid-block pedestrian crossing and public plaza facing Killingsworth. On-site storm water disposal will be accomplished through dry wells.
A project at 9720 SE Holgate Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by Mentrum Architecture:
New 2 story 3 unit apartments. each unit with attached garage and driveway and associated with site works.
A project at 1627 N Willis Blvd has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Portland Architecture:
Construct new 3 story (31) unit apartment building with associated site work and bike storage area in basement
A project at with two buildings at 2242 SE 158th Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Partin & Hill Architecture:
Construct new 3 story (16) unit apartment building
Construct new 3 story (16) unit apartment building with associated site work
The N Williams Center at 2156 N Williams Ave has been submitted for building permit review by Ankrom Moisan Architecture:
New 5 story Type III B affordable family apartment building
A building permit was issued to Partin & Hill Architecture for a project at 14755 NE Couch St:
Building 3 of new 30 unit multi-familly housing unit complex; this building contains 3 units; 3 story buildings with lower level private garages. Included associated site work.
A building permit was issued to Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 5120 N Lombard St:
New 3 story 18 unit apartment building with enclosed trash/recycling area and associated site work
A building permit was issued for a project at 1801 N Rosa Parks Way:
New 3 story 18 unit apartment building, includes associated sitework *** no revisions to original plans allowed, see comments 10/18/18 and IQ folder 18-254905-iq ***
A building permit was issued to GBD Architecture for Canvas at the Press Blocks:
New 8 story office building with 1.5 levels of below grade parking
The Design Commission has approved a four story affordable housing development at 9747 NE Glisan St, in the Gateway Plan District. The 159-unit building is being designed by MWA Architects for Northwest Housing Alternatives. The building will include nine vehicular parking space in a small surface parking lot and 175 bicycle parking spaces in secure bike rooms.
Four year’s after the adoption of the $57 million Old Town Chinatown action plan, the Oregonian reported that almost none of what was planned has happened.
The Portland Tribune reports that rents in Portland have dropped 2.7% year-on-year, which is the steepest decline in the nation.
The Design Commission presented their annual State of the City Design Report* to City Council last week, reports the Daily Journal of Commerce.
The Business Tribune wrote about The Silica, the latest addition to N Williams Ave.
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The Design Commisson has approved a mixed use building at 815 W Burnside St. The 7 story building is being designed by Ankrom Moisan Architecture for LMC Development, and will include 138 residential units, ground-floor commercial space, 50 below-grade parking spaces, and a rooftop outdoor deck. 214 bicycle parking stalls will be provided, split between 84 racks in ground floor bicycle rooms and 130 in-unit racks.
Early Assistance has been requested by Otak for a project at 3733 N Williams Ave:
A mixed-use building including approximately 1,500 sf of retail, community space, exercise room and other ancillary spaces at the ground level and a total of 19 residential dwelling units at levels 2-4
A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Project^ for a project at 2300 SW 6th Ave:
Proposal for a 5–story self-service storage development totaling approximately 77,000 SF.
A building permit was issued for the KEX Portland Hostel at 100 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd:
Change of occupancy from M, R-2 to A-2, A-3, R-1 – to create a gastropub and hostel with guest services on 3 levels; basement to include guest services, kitchen, bar area; new rooftop lounge & bar area. Seismic upgrade
A building permit was issued to DiLoreto Architecture for the 52nd Avenue Apartments at 6615 SE 52nd Ave:
Change of occupancy from “B” to R-2”, conversion of office building to 32 unit apartment building, includes associated sitework, new drive and curb cut, and restriping the (E) parking lot. Seismic upgrade
A building permit was issued for a project at 14765 NE Couch St:
Building 2 of new 30 unit multi-familly housing unit complex; this building contains 3 units; 3 story buildings with lower level private garages. Trash enclosure under 120 sq ft. Included associated site work.
A proposed development in the Central Eastside has gone in front of the Design Commission for three Design Advice Request (DAR) meetings. The 8-story Grand Avenue Mixed Use Apartments are being designed by Ankrom Moisan Architecture for developer Fairfield Residential. As presented at its most recent DAR, the project would include 170 residential units, over approximately 5,000 sq ft of retail space. 51 vehicular parking spaces would be provided in a garage, located partially below grade. The building will be subject to the city’s inclusionary housing rules, which require the provision of affordable housing or the payment of a fee-in-lieu.
The Oregonian reported vacation management company Vacasa has moved into a new home, occupying all the office space at Heartline. The Daily Journal of Commerce published photos of the GBD Architects-designed tenant improvement.
The Daily Journal of Commerce published photos of the Iron Fireman building, where a second phase of core-and-shell improvements is wrapping up.
Mayor Wheeler has selected Shannon Callahan as the permanent director of the Portland Housing Bureau, according to the Oregonian. Callahan had been serving as the interim director since 2017.
Hey Love, the ’60s- and ’70s-style fern bar-inspired cocktail joint, has opened inside the Jupiter NEXT hotel, reports the Portland Mercury.