The Oregon ClinicPortland, Oregon
The Gateway Transit Center Redevelopment is a multi-phase, multi-use effort. Complete buildout of the site is expected to take 10 to 20 years, depending largely on the market conditions in this currently suburban location. The redevelopment of the site will require a partnership of private and public sectors, most prominently TriMet and the Portland Development Commission.
Completed in 2006, Phase I includes several components: a three-story, 102,150 gsf medical office building; a 573-space parking garage and 68-space surface lot; pedestrian plazas located at the two entrances of the medical ofﬁce building; and a 250-space remaining surface parking lot south of the medical ofﬁce building.
Phase II will include vertical expansion of the structures constructed in the ﬁrst phase. An expansion of one ﬂoor of the medical ofﬁce building (either additional commercial or residential development) and an expansion of the parking garage will be incorporated into the second phase.
Phase III will include redevelopment of up to three new LEED certiﬁed buildings, additional parking, new open public spaces and the option of adding ground ﬂoor retail or other commercial uses.
Finally, Phase IV is anticipated to occur when a light rail connection is built from the Gateway Transit Center to Clark County, Washington, approximately 20 years from now; this includes a relocated bus facility and a pair of new tracks and platform.
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2007 Hammurabi Honors Award