Basecamp, the first Central Oregon project for the Portland urban developer called project^, will cluster the 25 townhomes in eight different buildings on about 1.7 acres of land near the Colorado Avenue Bridge and the new Bend Whitewater Park.
The project will be built in three phases over 18 months and each of the eight buildings will contain up to five homes. Homes at Basecamp, which will be between 2,000 and 2,500 square feet, will feature two-car garages and a ground-level studio apartment.
“We’ve always thought that Bend and our approach to urban development would match up,” he said. “The tuning fork went off with the Basecamp opportunity. As the single-family home market recovers, that really compelled us to put together a for-sale product in Bend.”
Most recently, project^ completed a $13.7 million student housing project directly west of the University of Oregon campus as well as the Treehouse project, a $12.8 million apartment building adjacent to the Oregon Health & Science University campus in southwest Portland.
Basecamp could be the first in a series of developments for project^ in Bend. The company has also had preliminary talks with the city about an apartment complex in the city’s NorthWest Crossing neighborhood.
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Other Features for all units
Pre-wired for high-speed internet, whole-home audio/ video, security
Two car garages plus two additional parking spaces
Premium finishes and appliances
Sustainability: Targeting Earth-Advantage Gold
Central landscaped amenity area
Outdoor dining area and campfire