This week features the RFQ for the Broadway Corridor Development, Derby NW and 19th and Quimby


Broadway Corridor Development PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: FILE PHOTO - Prosper Portland imagines extending Park Avenue and adding two park blocks on the site, creating a Johnson Street throughway and leaving room for the future Green Loop connection.

Scope: Planning advisory services and redevelopment of the USPS Property

Owner: Prosper Portland

Prosper Portland released an RFQ for Broadway Corridor, the 24-acre north Pearl District site that was formerly a USPS property and feeds onto the Broadway Bridgehead.

The Broadway Corridor framework plan envisions a vibrant, mixed-use, dense urban district integrated with multi-modal transportation. The site includes the area bounded by Northwest Ninth Avenue to Northwest Fifth Avenue, and from Northwest Glisan Street up to Northwest Lovejoy Street, including the PDC-owned Union Station and the Greyhound Terminal.

Through the release of this RFQ, Prosper Portland takes a significant step forward toward the realization of an urban development project which will permanently change Portland's downtown landscape, knit the city together and catalyze significant private investments.

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Under Construction:

Derby NWPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - This site was formerly home to Slabtown bar.

1075 N.W. 16th Ave.

District: Northwest

Developer: Koz Development

Excavator: Gregory Pacific Corp.

This six-story mixed-use building has plans to include ground floor retail space, storage for 150 bikes and residential units. There will be 20 percent of the 128 apartments set aside affordably for those earning less than 60 percent of the area median family income.

The building's orientation is U-shaped with an interior courtyard.

Under Construction:

19th & QuimbyPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - This site was formerly home to an 1880s house and the 1947-built Quimbys At 19th bar.

1502 N.W. 19th Ave.

District: Northwest

Developer: Urban Asset Advisors

Designer: SERA Architects

This six-story apartment building has plans for 88 units and more than 2,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. Plans include parking for 47 cars and 116 bikes.



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