Construction start expected Q3 2023
Block 45 is located in the South Waterfront District of Portland
Over the last decade, the South Waterfront has blossomed into one of Portland’s most desirable live/work communities, with over $3 billion in new development. The neighborhood is home to the Oregon Health and Science University, Oregon’s largest employer. OHSU is currently in the second phase of their 20-year plan. This is largely based on expanding its South Waterfront Campus with over one million square feet under construction. The most recent additions to the South Waterfront include the Center for Health and Healing, Rood Family Pavilion and Knight Cancer Institute Research Center.View Gallery
The 266-unit project will consist of two separate buildings with a public pedestrian accessway between them
The northernmost building will include 208 units in five stories of wood framing above a concrete podium and subgrade parking garage, and the southern building will contain 58 units in five stories of wood framing. The community will include 7,700 square feet of street-level retail space. The transit-oriented development is adjacent to a Portland Streetcar stop, three blocks from the OHSU aerial tram, and six blocks from a new MAX light rail station. The community will feature luxury urban finishes and will offer a fitness center, dog wash, private bicycle parking with repair equipment, and a top floor resident lounge and rooftop terrace with views of downtown Portland, the Willamette River, and Mount Hood. The pedestrian accessway between the two buildings will feature an interactive water fountain, seating areas and picnic tables. The project will target LEED certification.
3850 S. Bond Avenue
Portland, OR 97239