• Project: UH Arena District
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Client: Gerding Edlen
  • Architect: Mahlum Architects
  • LEED: LEED for Homes, Gold

UH Arena District is located less than two blocks from the University of Oregon campus. These contemporary two and four bedroom apartments are fully-furnished and feature operable windows and energy star appliances. The 108,000 square foot building houses 65 units with 265 rentable bedrooms. Sustainable features contributing to the projects LEED for Homes Gold certification include solar roof panels which generate hot water and low-flow plumbing fixtures.

 

 
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  • Project: The Union
  • Location: Corvallis, Oregon
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  • Architect: ZGF Partnership
  • LEED: Silver

Located just two blocks from OSU, the Union provides housing for 221 students in 68 two and four bedroom units. On track to become Corvallis’ first LEED residence, the building was constructed with sustainable features such as operable windows, energy saving light fixtures and rain gardens. Each apartment is equipped with stainless steel appliances, a washer and dryer, and Ceasarstone counters. Building amenities include a deck with BBQ area, bocce ball court, edible gardens and covered bike parking.

 

 
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  • Project: The Emery
  • Location: Portland, Oregon
  • Client: Project^
  • Architect: ZGF Partnership
  • LEED: Silver

Situated along the streetcar line in Portland’s South Waterfront and a mere 10 feet south of the Ross Island Bridge, this seven-story mixed-use development provides modern housing for young professionals and OHSU students and staff. The 100,000 square foot building houses 118 eco-friendly apartments and features ground-floor retail—including Lovejoy Bakers. To give the appearance of leaning into the South Waterfront, each floor was designed and built eight inches wider than the one below.

 
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  • Project: Skybox Apartments
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Client: project^
  • Architect: ZGF Architects
  • LEED: Gold Certified

This six-story student apartment building features 76 units and 237 beds. The first floor has two retail spaces, on grade covered parking, a lobby, bicycle room, and trash room. Floors two through six contain apartment units ranging from one bedroom and one bathroom to five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The structure is wood-framed and is LEED Gold certified, with sustainable features such as an eco-roof, energy efficient plumbing and electrical fixtures, and recycled materials.

 

 
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  • Project: Courtside Apartments
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Client: project^
  • Architect: ZGF Architects
  • LEED: Gold Certified

Courtside Apartments, recipient of the "Student Housing Business Innovator Award" in 2012 for "Off-Campus: Best Use of Green & Sustainable Construction/Development”, is situated on the edge of the University of Oregon campus. The five-story student apartment building has 47 living units and ground floor retail. LEED Gold certified, the building features energy-efficient appliances and windows, low-VOC products, low-flow plumbing fixtures, occupancy sensors in common areas, and an eco-roof that filters and retains storm water.

 

 
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  • Project: Titan Court
  • Location: Eugene, Oregon
  • Client: Lane Community College
  • Architect: SRG Partnership
  • LEED: Gold

Constructed as part of the landmark LCC Downtown Campus project, Titan Court, a new 5-story student housing facility, was completed in the fall of 2012. The 90,000 square foot building houses 255 beds in 75 units. The project was built for LEED Gold certification and provides a living-learning experience for the College’s local and international students, as well as secure housing for University of Oregon students that prefer downtown living.

 

 
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  • Project: Via6 Apartments
  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • Client: Pine Street Group
  • Architect: GGLO

Lewis constructed two 24-story apartment towers in Seattle's Belltown district.  The 654 apartments are primarily one-bedrooms and studios, designed for high quality while remaining affordable to young professionals.  Parking for 434 cars is provided in three levels below-grade.  Additionally, 18,000 square feet of street level retail space includes a bike commuting center, a bike store, and a combination restaurant/cafĂ©/grocery store.

 
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  • Project: UPS Anderson/Langdon and University/Smith Halls Renovation
  • Location: Tacoma, Washington
  • Client: University of Puget Sound
  • Architect: Mahlum Architects

Lewis completed a series of projects during the 2010 summer break, including substantial renovations to the Anderson and Langdon Hall dormitories totaling 166 beds. The complex includes several study rooms, a large television lounge, a TV and game room, and a large bike storage room.  We also completed smaller upgrades to University and Smith residential buildings totaling 138 units, and built a new campus electrical duct bank.

 
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  • Project: Horizon House
  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • Client: Horizon House
  • Architect: NBBJ

On First Hill overlooking Downtown Seattle, Lewis constructed a 19 story, 150 unit luxury retirement tower to expand an existing complex-- of these, 50 units are assisted-living units. In the 100 independent living units, residents were able to upgrade their interiors from building standard finishes. The tower includes four levels of parking with 90 spaces partially below-grade. An additional 20,000 square feet of the existing complex was renovated.

 
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  • Project: The Cobb Apartments
  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • Client: Unico Properties
  • Architect: GGLO
  • LEED: Silver Certified

This historic 11-story Downtown building was converted into 92 apartments that are among Seattle's finest. A team approach to sustainability resulted in a LEED-NC Silver designation. Each home includes granite kitchen counters with oak cabinets and stainless appliances. Cherry bathroom vanities feature stainless pedestal legs and custom-beveled mirrors. Sliding "barn doors" separate living rooms from bedrooms. An addition in the back of the building adds floor area and forms a spine for seismic upgrade. 

 
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