ConoverBond is making a go of a project in Portland. The two and three story warehouse built in 1923 that once housed the General Automotive Company will be completely refurbished and topped off with an additional two stories. When complete, the $10 million + project will provide over 48,000 square feet of office and retail/restaurant space less than a block away from the Pearl District.
Though we'd like to see this happening in Spokane, we're glad to see a fellow Spokanite adding something to the mix down in Portland. SERA Architects is handling the remodel design and it is expected to acquire a Silver LEED certification for the building.
- General Automotive Building converted to office and retail [Marketwire]
- SERA Architects [company website]
- Manito Park Place bringin' some townhouse flavor [MetroSpokane]