The 33rd & Division building by Works Partnership Architecture is located in the southeast end of downtown Portland.
"Reinvented by local entrepreneurs as the city’s culinary hotspot, the urban planning department began to increase residential and commercial density along this particular stretch of the road in 2005."
The result is a project that aims to create a denser city of more inhabitants. With its modernist design, this architectural project sets itself apart and embodies and understated visual aesthetic.
The 33rd & Division building by Works Partnership features a mix of compact living lofts and commercial spaces that are located on its ground floor level. ‘The structure leased faster than any other the developer had previously completed, illustrating the high demand for larger residential communities in the city of Portland.
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