Green Light Development has a current pipeline of multi-family and commercial projects that are in various stages of development. As always, our goal is to create a thoughtfully designed project that is both profitable and community-oriented.
This 59-unit multifamily housing development is located in Portland's close-in eastside submarket. The .23-acre, quarter-block site is in an area renowned for its restaurants, parks, and bike and walkability. Hoyt20’s central location is not only adjacent to a host of walkable amenities, but is also within a 15-minute bike ride to the heart of the city.
The development features a contemporary style with durable and high-efficiency construction. Materials include dark brick, board-form concrete, and metal panels on the exterior, along with wood accents, white finishes, energy efficient mini-split heating and cooling, and water-efficient fixtures on the inside. Resident amenities include a top-floor community room with a rooftop deck, a ground-floor coffee shop connected to the building lobby through a large glass sliding door, on-site parking stalls, and 80 secured bike stalls.
Historical Building Gets a Facelift
3434 NE Sandy is a historical automotive service center, office and showroom. Green Light will convert the 8,326 square foot former service area and 2,878 triangle portion of the building into a central bakery for La Provence; convert the showroom and ground floor office into a demisable 4,114 square foot prime retail storefront, update the 1,987 square foot second floor office space into a creative office format, and convert the existing surface parking into a multi-use courtyard. Project includes a full seismic, energy and ADA upgrade to meet current code requirements including new windows.
The section of Sandy Boulevard spanning from SE 14th Avenue as it exits the Central Eastside Industrial to the Hollywood District serves as a transitional area between single-family home dominated neighborhoods to the south, including Laurelhurst, Kerns and Buckman, and office, light industrial and historic multifamily uses to the north. The area has recently shown an expansion as a creative office employment center, and shows potential as a boutique, primarily food oriented retail destination.
Sunnyside on Belmont
This 63-unit multifamily housing development in Portland, Oregon. The .54-acre site is in the upper-Belmont area of Southeast Portland, an area renowned for its restaurants, parks, and walkability. Sunnyside is a 10-minute walk or less from New Seasons, Fred Meyer, and Zupan’s Markets and is a short distance from the Mount Tabor and Laurelhurst parks.
The development features community-oriented design features with a central landscaped courtyard, a top-floor community room with a rooftop deck, an exposed-first-floor-central staircase/lobby area, and a .44 parking ratio and will cater to a wide range of residents with a diverse unit mix, including one-level and two-level apartment homes ranging in size from 350 square foot units to three-bedroom units and live-work units with large storefront windows along SE Belmont.
119 unit multi-family housing project located in Portland's historic Sellwood neighborhood. This area is located on a bluff overlooking the Willamette River and offers scenic views of downtown Portland. While just four miles away from Downtown Portland, Sellwood offers an abundance of small-town charm, with walkable access to restaurants, grocery stores, and recreation located in the area’s historic commercial district.
Sellwood is also home to well-regarded public and private schools and the site is just blocks away from 180-acres of parkland and wildlife refuge and is adjacent to the Springwater Corridor, a 40-mile pedestrian trail that spans from downtown Portland to Boring, Oregon. Project amenities include a fifth floor community room and roof deck overlooking the Willamette River as well as an exercise room and bike storage facility.
Public/Private Partnership in Tigard
Attwell Off Main is a 167 unit two-building development intended to introduce new residents into the downtown core of Tigard, Oregon in order to help foster a culture of pedestrian-oriented urbanism. This particular site acts as a bridge between the urban thoroughfare of Burnham Street and the more pastoral trail system that interlaces with Fanno Creek to the south and west.
Sited alongside the Fanno Creek wetland, the initial entry sequence into the building is meant to draw an explicit visual connection between the front forecourt and the courtyard patio beyond, stitching the lobby and common rooms in between. This sequence begins with an entry forecourt with wood slab bench seating, boulders and other landscape; continuing into the lobby, through sliding glass panels into the expansive Common Room and Lounge, and out onto the courtyard patio that blends into the Fanno Creek wetland beyond. Stylistically, the architecture of this building evokes qualities of the Arts & Crafts movement, which frequently pointed to blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. Following on that, views to the courtyard, wetland, and adjacent trail are prioritized.
28th and Belmont
This is a 46-unit multifamily development in Portland, Oregon, in the heart of inner Southeast Portland, an area renowned for its restaurants, parks, and walkability. The site is also a short distance from downtown Portland and is an 11-minute walk or less to Zupan’s Markets, Whole Foods, Fred Meyer, Safeway, and the Market of Choice grocery-anchored LOCA project.
The project features surface parking and tuck-under parking on Level 2, a fifth-floor community room and deck, and superior “tech-focused” interior unit finishes.
14 new single family homes on Mt. Tabor create a new community oriented subdivision complete with shared courtyard and amenity spaces for neighbors to create memories and share in their enjoyment of their homes. Located on SE Yamhill and stretching up and over Mt. Tabor to create beautiful forest and city views from each and every home.
The first home to hit the market was listed in April 2016, and went pending within 5 days of list. Built in partnership with Ethan Beck homes, these homes are sustainably built, and both Earth Advantage Certified and have high Energy Performance Scores.
The project has a shared wooded area, a public trail connecting Belmont Street to Mt. Tabor Park. Six of these homes are located on a shared lot and share a lovely terraced garden space and common area.