Museum PlacePortland, Oregon Museum Place represents a pioneering mixture of uses for downtown Portland. The project is the first contiguous structure in the downtown core to house a major grocery store, a dense multi-dwelling apartment complex above, and a structured parking garage below. It is a model of urban density that has become a neighborhood gathering place and anchored future redevelopment in the West End district of downtown. The 45,000 sq. foot grocery store occupies the majority of the ground floor, in addition to a special mezzanine structure specifically designed to accommodate the grocery’s unique needs for loading and product processing. A seven-story, 138-unit apartment building stands above the grocery; tenants and grocery customers share a below-grade, two-level parking structure with 220 stalls. Museum Place was completed in September 2003 and achieved LEED certification.
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