The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about the new Westwind Apartments, which the Design Commission had a first look at last week*.
The Portland Chronicle checked in on the Sandy 28 Apartments, where a single house was replaced by 206 units.
An “Italy-meets-Portland food hall, neighborhood hub, and marketplace” named La Cooperativa is planned at the ground of Pearl District office building Tanner Point, reports Portland Monthly.
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Westwind Apartments are looking proper. Sandy 28 on the other hand…. hot garbage
I agree! 6 different colors and textures…a design faux pas!
Sandy 28 is one of the ugliest designs ever built. So glad we have a design committee overseeing all the crap being built.
$3.6 mil for a crusty scrape off on a quarter acre lot on Sandy. Of course it was only worth that much because of it’s potential. Would those apartments still start at $1400 if the land had sold for 1/10th the price? Maybe we should think about this zoning business and whether or not its a good idea for affordability.