Seven-story apartment building with 69 residential units, includes ground floor retail space, and rooftop deck
The Treehouse Apartments, a seven-story apartment building with 69 residential units, includes ground floor retail space, and rooftop deck, on a site that was originally Portland’s Ronald McDonald House. Twelve existing parking spaces are proposed to be reconfigured to serve the new building. Bicycle parking is provided with 80 long-term spaces and 30 short-term spaces. The design and construction aims to put the natural landscape on display with primarily vertical metal panels on the exterior. As opposed to the typical box shape prevalent in most buildings, the seven-story Tree House is octagonal in an effort to give all 70 of its units more of a “panoramic” view. That’s a challenge because the site was only 11,000 square feet in size, and drops roughly 20 feet in grade from one end to the other.
63,000-square-foot, 25-unit for-sale townhome community with 25 Accessory Dwelling Units
Couch 9 is an 11-story mixed-use, multi-unit housing tower with ground floor retail and two levels of sub-grade parking