When UD+P has the opportunity to design ground-up projects, we think not just about the experience of our tenants, but also the experience of our neighbors.
One of our LEED Platinum certified buildings, 3339 Division offers the neighborhood ample ground-level public space, including a courtyard with attractive storm water management installations and extra-wide sidewalks to accommodate both café seating and pedestrian traffic.
We had the rare opportunity to design and build 3339 Division concurrently with two other UD+P properties at the intersection of SE 33rd Place and Division in the Richmond neighborhood of Southeast Portland. Located along a transit corridor and one block off the Clinton Street Bike Boulevard and Neighborhood Greenway, 3339 Division offers excellent multimodal transportation access. A wide range of neighborhood amenities and independent retail shops—including abundant restaurants, food carts, coffee shops and clothing stores—are just a short walk or bike ride away, so most daily errands do not require a car.
Builder: Lorentz Bruun Construction
Landscape Architect: Terra Fluxus
- Four-story mixed-use building in desirable urban neighborhood
- Ground-floor retail leased to Salt and Straw (famous for its "farm-to-cone" ice cream) and Saint Honoré Boulangerie (an amazing French bakery)
- 31 studio and one-bedroom apartments plus four micro-offices for small businesses
- LEED Platinum Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council
- Secure bike storage and proximity to major bike corridors and public transit
- Managed locally by UD+P