Hassalo on Eighth

Format
Brief

City
Portland

State/Province
OR

Country
USA

Metro Area
Portland

Project Type
Multifamily Rental

Location Type
Other Central City

Land Uses
Multifamily Rental Housing
Retail

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Healthy place features
Pedestrian-friendly development
Sustainable development

Site Size
3 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2015

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Hassalo on Eighth is a multifamily rental housing project located in Portland, Oregon, that includes the largest bicycle parking facility anywhere in North America. The building features 657 residential units and 58,100 gross square feet of retail space across three buildings. Its location in Portland’s Lloyd District provides easy access to downtown Portland through a variety of transportation options. Taking advantage of its location along streets with protected bike lanes, project developers have included features that promote active transportation and sustainability, and enhance the appeal of the project.

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Format
Brief

City
Portland

State/Province
OR

Country
USA

Metro Area
Portland

Project Type
Multifamily Rental

Location Type
Other Central City

Land Uses
Multifamily Rental Housing
Retail

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Healthy place features
Pedestrian-friendly development
Sustainable development

Site Size
3 acres
acres hectares

Date Opened
2015

Developer
American Assets Trust
San Diego, CA

Architect
GBD Architects

Principal Author(s)
Rachel MacCleery, Ed McMahon, Matthew Norris

Source
Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier
http://uli.org/report/active-transportation-real-estate-next-frontier/