This week features the Multnomah County Courthouse, Block 28 and the Woodlark Hotel

Under Construction:

Multnomah County CourthousePAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - The site was formerly home to the Veritable Quandary, whose chefs have found a new venue at the Q Restaurant after the demolition.

140 S.W. Columbia St.

District: Downtown

Designer: SRG Partnership, RicciGreene Associates

Contractor: Hoffman Construction

The new Central Courthouse is estimated to cost $300 million and open in 2020. The project is anticipated to be 17 stories with 44 courtrooms, costing approximately $300 million. The entry to the new courthouse will have a grand stairway visible through a double-height glass on the corner entryway. The new courthouse is expected to open by 2020. For project information, visit:

Under Construction:

Block 28 garage and OHSU Guest HousingPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JULES ROGERS - A terrace level on the garage roof will include a large childrens play area and a tranquil adult outdoor space. The top four floors of the building will provide 76 rooms and the parking garage will have 687 spots on five floors.

3410 S.W. Bond Ave.

District: South Waterfront

Builder: Hoffman Construction

Designer: ZGF Architects

Proposed in conjunction with Block 29, the new site for the Center for Health and Healing South, Block 28 is a patient housing tower with structured parking.

Block 28 will be 341,437 square feet on 11 levels with functions including urgent care, a conference center, a loading dock and support functions.

It is expected to be occupied by 2018, and together both buildings are projected to cost $200 million. Block 29 is a full block, six-story project will provide lodging, meals and support to pediatric and adult patients and families coming from around the state for treatment from OHSU. It will have ground floor retail and three stories of parking.

Historic Renovation:

The Woodlark HotelPAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - The Oregonian reported that Top Chef finalist Doug Adams will be opening a restaurant named Bullard in The Woodlark.

813 S.W. Alder St.

District: Downtown

Funding: NBP Capital

Designer: MCA Architects

Engineering: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering

This renovation combines historical buildings Hotel Cornelius and the Woodlark Building into one new hotel. Both are listed on the National Register of historical places, and will be converted into a single hotel with 151 rooms.



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