This week features 17th and Pettygrove, the Towne Storage Building and Multnomah Village Apartments

Under Construction:

17th and PettygrovePAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - The site location, one block west of I-405, was formerly a one-story warehouse with a surface parking lot, home to graphic designer Fourth Dimension Studios.

1331 N.W. 17th Ave.

District: Northwest

Developer: Holland Partner Group

Designer: GBD Architects

This mixed-use building was approved by the design commission earlier this year in March, and its plans include 196 residential units with 40 at affordable rates for at least 10 years. The ground floor includes retail spaces fronting along Northwest 18th Avenue and Pettygrove Street. Plans include parking for 119 cars partially below-grade and 222 bicycles in-unit and in the basement.


Towne Storage BuildingPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - A major part of the Towne Storage renovation is the new rooftop and sixth floor addition.

17 S.E. Third Ave.

District: Buckman

Designer: LRS Architects

Developers: Sentinel Development, Westport Capital Partners

Also known as the Blake McFall Company Building, this five-floor historic building was renovated for creative offices and retail. The major remodel includes seismic upgrades to the 100,000-square foot space. Lake Oswego-based Autodesk software company has already announced it is moving in.

Under construction:

Multnomah Village ApartmentsPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CRAIG BOLLEN - in total, this new development offers 77,000 square feet of apartments and 5,600 square feet of retail space.

7711 S.W. Capitol Hwy.

District: Multnomah Village

Developer: Urban Asset Advisors

Designer: SERA Architects

General Contractor: Bremik Construction

Leasing: Urban Works Real Estate

This new four-floor building will hold 72 apartment units, two retail spaces and space for 40 cars to park. The development has a projected budget of $14 million. The retail space is intended for a restaurant to provide outdoor dining opportunities, increase sidewalk energy and bridge the gap between the Starbucks and the Lucky Lab brew pub. The site was formerly home to a one-story Children's Program clinic.



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