Weekly Roundup: Lloyd Cinemas, Erickson Saloon & Fritz Hotel, and more

1510 NE Multnomah

1510 NE Multnomah

As a first Design Advice hearing approaches for 1510 NE Multnomah, the Willamette Week reported that the Regal Lloyd Center 10 theaters will stay open for now. Regal Entertainment Group is exploring options for a replacement cinema in the district.

The Portland Business Journal reported that leasing has begun on the Modera Goose Hollow, previously known as the Jefferson St Flats.

Innovative Housing has completed work on their renovation of The Erickson Saloon and Fritz Hotel, which linked the two Old Town buildings together and converted them into apartments. The Daily Journal of Commerce published a photo gallery of the finished project.

BikePortland continued its series on the evolution of the Lloyd District with a post that explored the ‘secret history of Portland’s weirdest neighborhood‘.

Under Construction in Goose Hollow: Jefferson Street Flats (images)

The Jefferson Street Flats are under construction in Goose Hollow. The project by Vallaster Corl architects for Mill Creek Residential Trust will include 134 residential units in a 5-7 story building. 121 car parking spaces and 150 long term bicycle spaces will be located in two levels of below grade parking. Amenity spaces for the residents will be located on the ground level facing SW Jefferson St, and on a 750 sq ft roof deck.


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