The Goodrich Building is a rejuvenation of a mid-century modern retail building in the Roseway neighborhood of North East Portland. The building's namesake and architect, Burton Goodrich, was an understudy of Frank Lloyd Wright and oversaw his only project in the state of Oregon as well as many others around the country.
The Bridgetown is a planned 50-Unit eco-friendly apartment building in the Beaumont Village neighborhood of North East Portland. With more than 6,000 square feet of high-visibility interactive retail space, including a purpose-built restaurant space, the project will be a key-contributor to the urban fabric in an already vibrant neighborhood. An activated entry courtyard is shared between the retailers and the building's residents, creating a two way dialogue between the building and the neighborhood. With support from the Energy Trust of Oregon, the building has been designed as a low energy consumer.
An interior atrium starting on the 2nd floor
Lush interior and exterior green walls
Common area power consumption will be offset by on-site solar panels
Residential units that feature operable windows on both sides, providing passive cooling
A floating yoga room and roof deck are available to the building's residents
A vintage Coca-Cola mural on an adjacent building has been integrated into the design
Panoramic views of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Hood from top floor units
An on-site Zip-Car for use by the building's residents, retailers and the community
Construction commencing May 2016 with delivery scheduled for June 2017
The Barley Pod is a planned food cart pod anchored by a tap room. It will serve the Rose City neighborhood and is one block East of Normandale Park.
Access to open space and our beautiful landscapes are often at odds with economic and population growth. Urban density is one part of the solution to preserving our natural environment; this connection is a key motivating factor for the work Ethos does.
This 1910 craftsman foursquare was entirely gutted and modernized in 2013. Trish Grantham Design designed the interior with handprinted wallpaper and an eclectic mix of furnishings.
Fernhill Crossing is a planned 19-unit apartment development in the Cully neighborhood of Northeast Portland, near Fernhill park. It features one existing home, 8 two bedroom apartments, and 10 lofted two bedroom town homes. The units will be priced to provide housing for the missing middle - a demographic that earns too much to qualify for typical affordable housing and not quite enough for new market rate units.
The grounds will have a zen-garden aesthetic, a children's play area, and on-site solar to offset common area electric use. Each unit will include an on-site parking space and several units will have gorge and mountain views. Delivery is anticipated in Summer 2019.
The property for the Margot, located on SE 29th and Division, was recently purchased from another developer who took the project through design and permitting. Ethos will be making substantive changes to the finishes and breaking ground on the 20-unit building in late summer 2017.