Grant Park Village

It has the power to be an amazing catalyst in this neighborhood.”

Jeff Sackett, co-founder of Capstone Partners LLC

Grant Park Village: Reactivating Portland’s Sullivan Gulch neighborhood

This $60 million mixed-use development adds a kinetic urban retail/residential setting in the Sullivan Gulch neighborhood, which was originally an industrial and commercial part of Portland. When a brownfield site was rezoned, Grant Park Village transformed an entire urban block with four buildings sharing a central pedestrian-friendly plaza. The development has a total of 211 market-rate apartment units.

The main 4.5-story building’s concrete podium contains 34,500-sf of retail space for an anchor tenant and two levels of parking (270 stalls) in a split-level floor layout. Three levels of wood framed residential floors sit above the podium. The other three buildings are four stories tall: one at-grade concrete/wood level (for commercial space) and three above-grade wood framed levels for apartments.

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Portland, Oregon
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Square Feet:
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4 - 4.5
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Commercial, Multi-Family Residential
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Primary Material:
Concrete, Steel, Wood

Project Highlights

  • Designed a split-level daylit building to match the grade of the property and to take advantage of a partial at-grade parking level on the southside.
  • Engineered a ramp to support live loads from delivery trucks and first response vehicles.

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