Metro Reports: Riverplace Parcel 3, 11005 E Burnside, 5327 NE Glisan, and more

A building permit was issued for the second phase of BRIDGE Housing’s Riverplace Parcel 3. Originally intended to be market rate housing, the six story building will now be affordable housing. The first phase, named The Vera, was completed earlier this year.

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 December 7th, 2020 to December 13th, 2020.

Early Assistance has been requested by West Architects for a project at 5327 NE Glisan St:

New 27,671sf 30-unit apartment building

Early Assistance has been requested by Otak Inc and Palindrome Communities for a project at 5802 SE 92nd Ave:

The applicant seeks to develop a mixed-use project consisting of ground floor retail/commercial use and 4 floors of multifamily residential apartment use. The number of units is expected to be between approximately 37-42. The existing building on R135387 will be converted to ground floor commercial and residential units on the top floor It is assumed a mix of studio, one, and two bedrooms. On site parking will be evaluated. All required common/open space will be provided. Stormwater treatment has not yet been identified at this time.

Early Assistance has been requested by West Architects for a project at 2111 N Rosa Parks Way:

New 23,106SF, 30-unit apartment building with inclusionary housing.

A project at 11005 E Burnside St has been submitted for building permit by Mentrum Architecture:

PDOX PS – Construct new 3 story (29) unit apartment building with associated site work

Building permit were issued to Ankrom Moisan Architects for the second phase of Riverplace Parcel 3 at 2065 SW River Parkway:

New 6 story 5 over 1 Type IIIA and Type I wood apartment over concrete podium structure with ground floor commercial and daylight basement parking – 2nd 6 story tower permitted under 17-156297-CO, includes all site utility piping

PHB – BRIDGE HOUSING EAST TOWER – REV 03 – East building revised to meet program requirements for affordable housing. Fitness area removed, unit laundry removed and common laundry rooms added, mechanical system revised and electric heat added to units, unit bathrooms removed, foundation revision at NE corner, courtyard revised to include playground. See revision narrative for additional information.

News Roundup: PDX T-Core, Williams & Russell, Multnomah County Behavioral Health Resource Center, and more

The Multnomah County Behavioral Health Resource Center will include a new enclosed courtyard at SW Oak and Park, on a site currently used for surface parking.

The Daily Journal of Commerce reported on the approval* of the Multnomah County Behavioral Health Resource Center, which will transform an existing building into a modern health center focused on providing services to people experiencing homelessness.

The Portland Mercury covered wrote about the city is mulling an “imperfect solution to city’s racist displacement projects.” Extending the life of the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area would give the city more money for building affordable housing, including at Williams & Russell, where mostly Black families were displaced for an expansion of the Emanuel Hospital that never happened.

Portland Architecture spoke to ZGF’s Sharron van der Meulen and Gene Sandoval about the PDX T-Core project, which will transform the central portion of the airport.

With Macy’s closing, Building on History wondered about what’s next for the Lloyd Center?

Portland Architecture visited 5 MLK to see the crossroads, terraces and transparency.

Willamette Week reported on how a year and a half after construction started on Block 216, displacing numerous food carts, the City still hasn’t give a new food cart pod permission to operate.

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Metro Reports: The Susan Emmons, Con-way Blocks 261 and 262, Tabor Heights, and more

1727 NW Hoyt St
Building permits are under review for The Susan Emmons, an affordable housing development in the Alphabet District, designed by Carleton Hart Architecture.

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 November 30th, 2020 to December 6th, 2020.

Design Advice has been requested by SERA Architects for Con-way Blocks 261 and 262:

The proposal is for blocks 261 and 262 in the Con-Way Master plan area. The proposed development will be market rate apartments on both parcels. Block 261 will be a 5 story building with tuck under parking (138 residential units), and block 262 will be a 6 story building with basement parking (214 residential units). Stormwater disposal is anticipated to be through dry wells.

Early Assistance has been requested by West Architects for a project at 14900 SE Stark St:

Demo existing building and construct a new 104,418F Type V Affordable Housing Building (with 173 units total). The site has undergone an Early Assistance with a similar program (EA 20-190941), but this application examines a larger building footprint and covered parking under the West wing of the building.

A Pre-Application Conference has been scheduled by Cunningham Development Company to discuss a project at 1500 NE Sandy Blvd:

The project is a 6 story building comprised of: ground floor retail with five floors of wood framed multi-family housing, and 2 levels of below grade parking. Inclusive of the below grade parking, total gsf for the building is approximately 225,000 gross square feet. The ground floor retail is proposed as 16,139 leasable space including a grocer with back of house loading space, residential loading and trash, a residential lobby, and a vehicular access ramp to the below grade parking garage. The below grade parking has one level of parking dedicated for grocer use on P1 and one level of parking dedicated for residential use on P2. Total parking count is 181 total stalls. The five floors of housing consist of 130 housing units. Stormwater is anticipated to be treated via a rooftop eco-roof.

The renovation of the Troy Laundry at 1025 SE Pine St has been submitted for building permit review by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture:

TROY LAUNDRY HISTORIC – STR-01 – Selective demolition and seismic upgrade for remodel of historic landmark Troy Laundry building

TROY LAUNDRY HISTORIC – Infill existing openings at north exterior wall along interior lot line to satisfy separation requirements for removal of existing no-build easement

A project at 4743 NE 107th Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

PDOX PS – new 4-story 16 unit apartment building with associated site work w/20-211399-MT

Tabor Heights at 5700 E Burnside St has been submitted for building permit review by Studio 3 Architecture:

TABOR HEIGHTS – new 4-story, 70-unit, apartment building with on-site parking (inclusionary housing). ** Review w. 20-212168-MT and 20-217482-CO covered bike parking

A project at with three buildings at 12310 NE Sandy Blvd has been submitted for building permit review:

PDOX PS – shell only: construct new 1 story building no occupancy w/20-164963/79-CO

PDOX PS – shell only: construct new 1 story building: no occupancy w/20-164963/75-CO

PDOX PS – shell only, construct new 1 story building w/20-164975/79-CO

A project at 5733 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd has been submitted for building permit review:

5733 NE M L King – new 5-story 4-over-1 podium building, consisting of 93 rental units restricted at 60% MFI rents by OHSCS 4% LIHTC program. Review w.20-218124-MT

The Susan Emmons at 624 NW 18th Ave and 1727 NW Hoyt St has been submitted for building permit review:

SUSAN EMMONS – NORTH BLDG – 6-story new construction apartment building. Project to be an affordable, multi-family development consisting of 98 units total.***Review w. 20-211626-MT and 20-211640-CO (Demo of existing structure)

SUSAN EMMONS – renovation, adaptive re-use, and BPON seismic upgrade of the existing 3-story, un-reinforced masonry Buck-Prager building, and new construction of a 4-story, wood-framed addition to the south (South Addition). To be an affordable, multi-family development consisting of 48 units total. Buck-Prager Building and South Addition are structurally separated by a 6″ seismic gap. Review with ***20-202095-MT

A permit revision was issued for a project at 1645 SE Nehalem St:

Value-added revision to add a fifth story (with a total of 75 units) to the new apartment building. Construction type will change to a IIIB.

Metro Reports: 550 SE MLK, The Aircraft Factory and 1736 NE Schuyler

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 November 23rd, 2020 to November 29th, 2020.

Design Advice has been requested by GBD Architects for a revised proposal at 550 SE MLK:

The proposed development is for a 7-story building occupying a site at SE MLK Blvd. and Stark Street – the site is slightly smaller than a half-block, at 17,900 square-feet. The proposed building is planned as a “5-over-2” structure, with 5 levels of Type III wood construction, over 2 levels of Type I concrete construction.

Early Assistance has been requested by Koble Creative Architecture for the adaptive reuse of The Aircraft Factory at 3300 NE Broadway:

Mixed-use development of existing building for retail, preschool and household living. Repair and maintenance of building envelope. Seismic upgrade. Community Design Standards to be used

Early Assistance has been requested by Lime Design Collective for a project at 1736 NE Schuyler St:

The current project site (50¿ x 100¿) contains an existing 3,260 sf residential tri-plex (which will remain) and proposes new construction of a 3-story triplex (additional primary structure) approximately 2,196 sf. The site also contains an existing garage, which will be demolished to accommodate the new building.

Metro Reports: 824 SE Tacoma, 23 NE 151st, 8004 SW Capitol Hill, and more

A development with two building at 8004 SW Capitol Hill Road has been submitted for building permit review by Studio 3 Architecture.

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 November 16th, 2020 to November 22nd, 2020.

Early Assistance has been requested for a project at 23 NE 151st Ave:

On-site stormwater treatment, 76 multi-family units on vacant land, RM2dh zoning.

A project at 824 SE Tacoma St has been submitted for building permit review by Fosler Architecture:

PDOX PS – new 3 story, 11 unit apartment building with associated site work

A project with two buildings at 8004 SW Capitol Hill Rd has been submitted for building permit review by Studio 3 Architecture:

PDOX PS – new 4 story, 24 unit apartment building a with associated site work w/20-211439-CO

PDOX PS – new 4 story, 27 unit apartment building B with associated site work w/20-203458-CO

A building permit was issued to Mackenzie for a project at 7530 N Richmond Ave (previously West of 8157 N Lombard St):

Construction of a 3-story, 8,375 sf multi-family building with eleven (11) units. Ten (10) of these units will be 550 sf and one (1) will be 813 sf.

Multnomah County Courthouse Re-Use Approved (images)

The adaptive reuse of the old Multnomah County Courthouse, by GBD Architects, has been approved by the Historic Landmarks Commission. The proposal for developer NBP Capital involves the conversion of the courthouse into an office building, with an event space, a cafe, and a restaurant and bar at the ground floor.

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News Roundup: PDX T-Core, Anna Mann House, Alberta Alley, and more

The main terminal at PDX will be expanded and rebuild by 2025. A new roof, which will be built over the existing roof prior to its demolition, will use 2.5 million board feet of timber.

The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about the PDX T-Core project and how the new main terminal roof will be installed*.

Eater Portland reports that Smith Teamaker plans a new cafe at 2291 NW Glisan, with star chef Karl Holl.

Macy’s will close its store in the Lloyd Center, reports Willamette Week. The store was the last major anchor store in the mall. Proposals for the West Anchor Remodel and East Anchor Remodel have been proposed but have yet to move forward into construction.

Building on History wrote about the new life planned for the Anna Mann House. Innovative Housing will create 128 units of affordable housing, in a mix of new buildings and old buildings on the site.

The Business Tribune reported on The Welby, the new mass timber tower coming to the Pearl.

Deadstock Coffee and Papi Chulo’s are among the businesses coming to Alberta Alley at 3003 NE Alberta, reports Eater Portland.

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Metro Reports: Stark Family Housing, Analog, 1010 SE Ash, and more

The Stark Family Housing at 160th and Stark will include 93 units of affordable housing, with a mix of 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units. The building design is by Holst Architecture for project owner Human Solutions.

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 November 9th, 2020 to November 15th, 2020.

Early Assistance has been requested by Viking Development for a project at 6343 N Lombard St:

Development of net zero 3 story, 12 unit, 7500 GSF multifamily. Likely stormwater infiltration via drywell.

Early Assistance has been requested by Emerio Design for a project Northwest of 2200 NW Front Ave:

Construction of an office building

A project at 2057 SW Park Ave has been submitted for a Type II Design Review by Tahran Architecture & Planning:

100 day review timeline. New construction 91-unit affordable housing building on a 6,016 square foot parcel. The building is an 11-story structure, modular units, prefabricated structure utilizing mass plywood panels and light gauge steel for a Type IV B building

A project at 12102 SE Division St has been submitted for building permit review:

PDOX PS – New shell building (pad 2) w/20-159383-CO (BK building), 20-203182-CO (trash enclosure) & 20-203177-MT

PDOX PS – TI for existing tenant; no change of occupancy; reduce size of restaurant to reconfigure drive-thru, and install second drive-thru pad to the east; additional site work to include new paving, parking, striping, landscaping, and bike racks w/20-203182-CO (trash enclosure), 20-203184-CO (pad 2 shell building) & 20-203177-MT

1010 SE Ash has been submitted for building permit review:

TROY LAUNDRY NORTH – New 6-story, mixed-use building with one below grade parking level, ground floor retail and amenity, outdoor roof amenity, and residential/extended stay units above *** w/ 20-197604-MT ***

The Stark Family Housing at 16015 SE Stark has been submitted for building permit review:

PHB – Construction of a new 5 story, 93 unit affordable housing building with ground floor amenity spaces and 26 surface parking spaces/1 Type B loading space. (with 20-206651-MT)

Analog at 1835 N Flint Ave has been submitted for building permit review:

ANALOG – New 7 story apartment building with 134 units, ground floor lobby, amenity, open courtyard, residential units and parking. Upper floor levels all residential with 7th floor deck. Separate outbuilding for small Sauna and storage use. ***Review with 20-188851-MT & 20-189915-CO, 20-190648-MT

A building permit was issued to Brett Schulz Architect for a project at 330 NE Dekum St (previously 308 NE Dekum St):

New 4 story 39-unit apartment building, some units with outdoor patio’s, interior trash enclosure, and associated site work

Metro Reports: 3000 Powell, Central Lofts, Willamette Blocks, and more

The Willamette Blocks is a four building development in South Waterfront, designed by architects Hensley Lamkin Rachel for developer Alamo Manhattan. The northern two buildings, between S Lane and S Abernethy, have been submitted for building permit review.

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 November 2nd, 2020 to November 8th, 2020.

3000 Powell has been submitted for a Type III Design Review by Holst Architecture:

3000 Powell is a proposed affordable multi-family dwelling structure with approximately 206 units and 28 parking spaces. Additionally the project proposes a new multi-use path connecting SE 30th
Ave. through the site to SE 31st Ave.

A project with two buildings at NW 25th and Vaughn has been submitted for building permit review by Milbrandt Architects:

PDOX PS – new 4-story 19 unit apartment building w/associated site work

PDOX PS – new 4-story 19 unit apartment building w/associated site work

Con-way Block 290 at 2050 NW Raleigh St has been submitted for building permit review by LRS Architects:

BLOCK 290 – New 7-story mixed-use building with six stories of residential above ground floor retail and one story of below grade parking; includes amenity spaces and associated sitework *** w/ 20-182447 -MT ***

A project 1325 SW Gibbs St has been submitted for building permit review by Steelhead Architecture:

PDOX PS – construct new 5 story (27) unit apartment building: 4 story wood framed construction over 1 story concrete structure parking: associated site work

A building permit was issued to Jones Architecture for the Central Lofts at 7373 N Philadelphia Ave:

New 4 story mixed use building with 30 units, attached trash enclosure, includes associated site work with interlocking stairs.

Blocks 41 and 42 of the Willamette Blocks at 3510 S Bond Ave have been submitted for building permit review:

ALAMO MANHATTAN – BLOCK 41 – New 23 story, mixed-use building with four levels of above-grade parking and one level below-grade parking, commercial space on the ground floor, and 340 residential dwelling units; includes associated site work *** w/20-205976-MT ***

ALAMO MANHATTAN – BLOCK 42 – New 6 story, mixed-use building with two levels of below-grade parking, commercial space on the ground floor, and 231 market rate apartments; includes associated site work *** w/20-201349-MT ***

A building permit was issued to Studio 3 Architecture for a project at 1550 N Buffalo St (previously 7156 N Greenwich Ave):

New 3 story, 18 units multifamily apartment building with associated site works. Trash enclosure attached to building.

A building permit was issued to Doug Circosta Architect for Findley Commons at 3440 SE 54th Ave:

FINDLEY COMMONS – New construction of 20 apartment units + 15 group living units in one (1) three-story building. Amenities include bike parking, common rooms, and laundry room. ** review with 20-173188-CO for Trash Enclosure. ***no Mechanical Permit/Mechanical Systems Review with this submittal Septic Decommissioning Required. Call for Inspection 842.

A building permit was issued for a project at 4928 NE 29th Ave (previously 2904 NE Alberta St):

Construct 2 story new shell building and associated site work.

1010 SE Ash Approved by Landmarks Commission (images)

The Historic Landmarks Commission has approved a new 6-story mixed use building at 1010 SE Ash St. The project design is by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture for developer Adventurous Journeys, both of whom are based in Chicago. The new development will include 132 apartment units and approximately 7,000 sq ft of retail space. Parking for 77 vehicles will be provided in two levels of underground parking, while bicycle rooms at the ground level and underground will provide 198 long term bicycle parking spaces.

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.

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