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Union Way

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Union Way is a renovation of two 5,000 sf existing properties in Portland, Oregon’s rapidly commercializing West End in the city’s downtown.

While the project took its initial inspiration from small shop-lined alleys and passageways of cities like Paris and Tokyo, Portland’s climate and culture led to a site specific solution that builds on the energy and momentum of the West End to create a retail project that is also a civic gesture for the City. The project works as an urban connector that joins two buildings with a day lit covered passage and connects Powell’s books on Burnside to the Ace Hotel on Stark.

 

Client / Owner: Project^
Team Members: Thomas Robinson, Jonathan Heppner, Doug Sheets, Alex Porter
Project Size: 10,500 sf
Location: Portland, OR
Building Type: Mixed Use, Retail
Completion Date: May 2013

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