1900 Morrison

The Civic Redevelopment promises to transform a neglected block into a vibrant, residential, and retail center that will open to a pedestrian street where residents and the public will enjoy dynamic views, gathering spots, and walking routes to PGE Park and public transit. The project is located at a pivotal urban site along West Burnside and the intersection of SW 19th Avenue.

The Civic Redevelopment Project is two residential buildings sitting atop a 40,000 square four level below grade parking structure. Above the parking structure, a 83,000 sq ft retail level provides for a variety of shopping, dining and resident common areas. Building One is a 16-story, 231,515/sf, 261 unit condominiums. It features 2 pipe chilled water with electric heat vertical fan coil units, washer/dryer/laundry rooms and quality plumbing fixtures throughout. Building Two is a 5-story 83,197/sf 140 unit low income apartment building. It features electric heat, quality plumbing fixtures, and is served by a central laundry.

The Civic Redevelopment has been designed with sustainable design principles from the inception through an integrated design approach. The Civic Condominiums was awarded LEED® Gold certification in June 2008, and The Morrison is tracking towards a LEED® Gold rating.

Project Partners:
Architect: Sera Architects
General Contractor: Hoffman Construction

Mixed Use / Residential, Energy, Construction, Oregon

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