This week featuring Clinton 50 Lofts, Restoration Hardware and the CCC Harmony Campus

Under Construction: Clinton 50 Lofts

2645 S.E. 50th Ave.JULES ROGERS - Clinton 50 Lofts are located near Clinton City Park and the commercial strip along Division Street.

Neighborhood: Richmond

Developer: Investment Development Management LLC

Contractor: Lanphere Construction & Development

According to the city, the building permit valuation on this site is $9.5 million for the four-story, 121-unit apartment building with below ground parking. A warehouse was demolished to make way.

Under Construction: Restoration Hardware

Northwest 23rd and GlisanJULES ROGERS - Restoration Hardwares new location had to be approved by the Historic Landmarks Commission to be in the historic Alphabet District.

District: The Alphabet

Designer: Ankrom Moisan Architects

Contractor: Bremik Construction

This uptown site along Northwest 23rd Avenue will be a furniture gallery. Formerly, the location was surface parking and two low-rise buildings — Plaid Pantry and Sammy's Flowers — were demolished. The new three-floor building will have a grand staircase up to an open air pavilion and roof terrace that showcases outdoor furniture. The new build includes 18 underground parking spaces.

Update: CCC Harmony Campus

7738 S.E. Harmony Rd.JULES ROGERS - With Phase II underway, it anchors the Harmony campus as a community space, with a 2,500 square foot community room on the main level available for events, programs and classes.

Neighborhood: Southgate

Engineers: KPFF engineers

Designer: Hennebery Eddy Architects

Contractor: Kirby Nagelhout Construction

Program and construction management: Inici Group Inc.

This three-floor project is being funded through a $90 million bond approved by voters in the district in 2014, and the total project estimate is $16 million. It's part of the Harmony Community Campus steering committee's 2009 conceptual master plan, and is designed to meet carbon reductions.

The Harmony Campus is home to Clackamas Community College's health sciences programs for clinical laboratory assistants, emergency medical technicians, nurses, dental assistants and medical assistants. Also located here are community extension programs inclusion the Small Business Development and community education programming, student services, advising, placement testing and the campus bookstore.

The new building includes traditional classroom space, biology and chemistry labs and common space to provide a more cohesive campus experience for students. The expansion will add enough room so that Harmony campus student will no longer have to commute over to the Oregon City campus for some coursework and classes.

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