Design & Development
205 N.W. 10th Ave.
District: The Pearl
Owner: Mill Creek Residential Trust
Designer: SERA Architects
After renowned jazz club Jimmy Mak's closed, Modera Davis started to go up. The 12-story market-rate apartment building includes plans for ground floor retail and underground parking. Plans include 204 apartments and 145 parking spaces for cars.
The ground floor contains a lobby, a leasing office, three retail spaces and an extra micro-retail space.
120 S.E. Clay
Developer: Killian Pacific
Designers: Ankrom Moisan Architects, Potestio Studio
Contractor: Turner Construction
From the developer of the Goat Blocks, a new three-story office building is going up. The site used to be Speed's Towing. Plans include underground parking, first floor retail and a LEED rating. A 10,000-30,000 square foot creative office is scheduled to be available at the end of the year. The total building size is 75,000 square feet.
315 NW 23rd Ave
District: The Alphabet
Contractor: Bremik Construction
This uptown site along Northwest 23rd Avenue will be a furniture gallery. Formerly, the location was surface parking and two low-rise buildings — Plaid Pantry and Sammy's Flowers — were demolished. The new three-floor building will have a grand staircase up to an open air pavilion and roof terrace that showcases outdoor furniture. The new build includes 18 underground parking spaces.