Metro Reports: Redevelopment Phase 1 and HollywoodHUB

The first phase of the RiverPlace Redevelopment would be built on the site of the former RiverPlace Athletic Club, which has been vacant since 2015. A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled to discuss a proposed 325′ tall building as part of the first phase of the RiverPlace Central City Master Plan. The Design Commission will likely hold a vote this afternoon on whether to approve the Master Plan for this site.

Metro Reports have moved to Portland Maps Reports. Next Portland covers the highlights of the Early Assistance applications, Land Use Reviews and Building Permits processed each week. This post covers November 8th, 2021 to November 14th, 2021.

Design Advice has been requested by Holst Architecture for the Hollywood HUB at 4110 NE Halsey St:

DZ HEARING – Proposal to construct approximately 200 units of affordable housing in a transit-oriented development. Proposed Type I building is 13-stories, approximately 211,000gsf, and no greater than 120 ft in height. Approximately 40 spaces of on-site parking is proposed, along with a TriMet bike hub and bike parking for residents. Stormwater will be managed according to the BES Stormwater Manual.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by GBD Architects to discuss the RiverPlace Redevelopment Phase 1 at 150 S Montgomery St:

A Pre-Application Conference to discuss construction of multi-dwelling high-rise development on the former Riverplace Athletic Club site. This development would be Phase 1 of the Central City Master Plan for the entire Riverplace site currently under review. (LU 21-053731). The proposed building will be 325¿ in height and have a floor area of 410,000 with 2,500-3,000 square feet in commercial space. The building will have 90 to 100 parking spaces and the parking is accessed from the east.

2 thoughts on “Metro Reports: Redevelopment Phase 1 and HollywoodHUB

  1. Kind of sad that the only adjacent lot next to 3 max lines, 5 bus lines, and is within easy walking distance of two grocery stores is getting any auto parking at all.

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