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This week features Modera Belmont, The Dianne in the Pearl and self-storage at 910 S.E. Seventh Ave.

Under construction:

Modera BelmontPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - The Modera Belmont is one of the first residential developments in a historically industrial area, alongside the nearby Goat Blocks. Both are expected to activate the area.

818 S.E. Sixth Ave.

District: Buckman

Developer: Mill Creek Residential Trust

Designer: SERA Architects

This full-block, six-story apartment building is shaped like a U above a one-story commercial base and one level of below-grade parking. The site was recently occupied by the Oregon Ballet Theater. Plans include targeting LEED Silver, 202 residential units, 105 car parking spaces and bike storage. Completion is slated for late this year.

Under construction:

The DiannePAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - Other projects by The Diannes developer John Carroll of Carroll Investments include The Gregory Condos, The Elizabeth Lofts and the McKenzie Lofts.

535 N.W. 11th Ave.

District: The Pearl

Developer: Carroll Investments

Designer: Ankrom Moisan Architects

Adjacent to Blick art materials, this 14-floor residence will include 102 units and 1,500 square feet of retail space. Plans include 155 basement parking spots. The tower sits on a two-story base, with an adjacent one-story retail sidecar. The site was previously home to Jim Stevens Auto Body, which was demolished last December.

Under construction:

910 S.E. Seventh Ave.PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - The trend of developing self-storage buildings is still going strong, as is developing offices.

District: Buckman

Designer: Mackenzie

Contractor: Deacon Construction

This development is slated to become a six-story self-storage building. Plans include interior parking for the ground floor. The site was once home to Exhaust Specialties, which closed after 65 years in operation and was torn down.

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