Weekly Roundup: Knight Cancer Research Building, Zoom+, Overlook Restaurant and more

The OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building by SRG Partnership

The OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building by SRG Partnership

The Portland Business Journal reported that Zoom+ will move its headquarters from Hillsboro into the Pearl West office building.

The Willamette Week asked “Has Portland City Hall Learned Its Lesson About Parking Spaces Raising Rents?”, in light of a proposal by the Bureau of Planning & Sustainability to add minimum parking requirement in the Northwest District.

The Oregonian wrote about Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda, which “may provide Portland a blueprint“.

After an Early Assistance request for a “proposed 5-story apartment building with underground parking” at 1332 N Skidmore, the Portland Mercury looked into whether the Overlook Restaurant might make way for redevelopment. According to the newspaper the development would include “248 units and 75 underground parking spaces, and [be] ‘anchored by a corner restaurant.'”

Writing in the Business Tribune, architecture journalist Brian Libby revealed that Multnomah County had failed to shortlist Pritzker Prize winning architect Rem Koolhaas for the Multnomah County Courthouse.

The Portland Business Journal published new images of the OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building. The university expects to break ground on the project in mid-June.

The 25,000 sq ft New Seasons University Park opened on Wednesday.

Metro Reports: OHSU in South Waterfront, demolition of old PNCA building and more

Market Street Apartments

Market Street Apartments

Every week, the Bureau of Development services publishes lists of early assistance applications, land use reviews and building permits. We publish the highlights.

SRG Partnership and ZGF Architects have requested Design Advice for two new buildings in South Waterfront, including the OHSU Center for Health & Healing II:

Design Advice Request for new ambulatory care facility on Block 29 and new mixed-use structure on Block 28.

SRG Partnership have also requested Design Advice for the OHSU Schnitzer Campus Building III at 2730 SW Moody Ave:

Project is new research building for Knight Cancer Research Institute.

YBA Architects have requested Design Advice for Conway Block 290:

Mixed use develpoment 7 stroy building with retail/comercial on the 1st story & underground parking

Leeb Architects have scheduled a Pre-Application Conference to discuss a project on North Harbour Lot 2:

3 lots total. 2 development areas to create one 4 story and one 5 story apartments with podium parking first floor

A demolition permit was issued for the PNCA Goodman Building, which is set to be redeveloped as Block 136:

Demolition of single story concrete warehouse with no basement. Slab will be left on site.Seperate permit for demo of sprinkler system to be obtained from the Fire Marshal’s Office. JET

A building permit is under review for a new building by Solterra Systems at 2422 SE 9th Ave:

New 34,000 sf, 5 story building with b, s, f, and a occupancies; ground floor retail; interior bike parking; lower level parking; ecoroof and elevator

A building permit is under review for the New Seasons University Park at 6300 N Lombard St:

Shell only; construction of new 26,500 sf building; associated site improvements and parking, landscaping and utilities

A building permit was issued for a project at 8211 N Montana Ave:

New 6 unit building, 3 story, 2 units on each floor, flat lot, complex

A building permit was issued to SERA Architects for the Market Street Apartments at 1115 SW Market St:

54,000 SF, 6 story apartment building (5/1)

A building permit was issued for the rebuild of the NE Weidler Taco Bell:

New construction of a taco bell restaurant on same property as existing taco bell that will be demolished