The buildings are placed in a unique relationship allowing them connect at the lowest level (ground floor) so residents do not need to travel outside to gain access between buildings while preserving an important view corridor from the City’s existing community center.
Additionally the buildings are connected by an exterior entry plaza and a landscaped outdoor terrace that includes a fully accessible common pathway. A covered bridge walkway connects the building directly to the Wilsonville Community Center, creating a tangible and accessible link between the two community uses.
Client: Northwest Housing Alternatives
Cost: $14 million
Completion: September 2010
Photos: Michael Mathers