Project design and construction to accommodate the ceremonial needs of the adjacent Many Nations Longhouse directly to the north.
The Town Center Greens Development is a plan to build 60 units of affordable family housing.
OSU-Cascades will build a sustainable campus that is fully integrated with the community while retaining the environment.
To restore the existing 16,000-square-foot building, Ecotrust is partnering with WALSH, OPSIS, and Green Gables architecture.
With over 20,000 SF of warehouse space, the Marble will serve as cold storage, aggregation, packaging, and distribution for The Redd.
Orchards at Orenco Phase II will complete two thirds of the vision for affordable, transit-oriented affordable living in Orenco Station.
Couch 9 is an 11-story mixed-use, multi-unit housing tower with ground floor retail and two levels of sub-grade parking.
Spring District Residential is a three phase project and will include 309 units of market rate housing totaling 463,350 SF.
Reverb will be LEED Gold affordable, workforce housing with 85 units, and 13 parking stalls in it's 8 stories.
Providence John Gabriel is housing for low income seniors and will also include a full medical clinic.
Plaza Roberto Maestas is a mixed-use, affordable housing community.
Mercy Othello Plaza is an affordable housing complex consisting of two six-story buildings.
Decibel is a mixed-use, affordable workforce housing community with high end retail on the ground level and a roof deck.
The Aloha Inn is a rehabilitation and transitional housing center with temporary housing available for homeless individuals.
2020 Jackson is a low-income housing community that includes apartments, townhomes and live-work units.
Compass at Ronald Commons is an affordable housing complex with 12 units especially reserved for veterans and their families.
Basecamp is inspired by the natural beauty and wonder of Central Oregon, reflecting the heritage of Bend, all in the best location in town.
The Abigail will consist of 127 affordable and 28 market-rate apartment homes in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon.
The New Nativity House will bring three programs that serve homeless people into one spot, and add 50 units of permanent housing.