Contributing to the friendly urban feel of a Portland neighborhood, Multnomah Village Apartments and Multnomah Station provide a mix of housing and retail activation with a classic, retro style.
Acknowledging the past, moving into the future
An original gas pump flanking the entrance, serves as a sculptural salute to the site’s history.
Neighborhood charm that pays tribute to the past
In the heart of Multnomah Village, a quintessentially Portland urban community filled with charming and quirky cafes, galleries, and shops, these two buildings spark memories of the area's history in a decidedly modern context.
Designed with a nod to the original Streamline Moderne style of the 1940s gas station, which formerly occupied the site
The building features a rounded “flatiron” corner at the primary intersection.
Contributing to a vibrant atmosphere
Ground floor retail and restaurant help activate the street–a beloved destination for locals and travelers.
Scenic vistas of Portland’s verdant hillsides
Balconies, terraces, and a common rooftop terrace with barbecue and outdoor seating provide ample opportunities to enjoy the surrounding area.
Thoughtful finishes, furniture and lighting were provided by Vida Design.