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Located across the street from the iconic ‘Hung Far Low’ sign, Block 33’s U-shaped design mixes the new with the old without kitsch—think glass and aluminum on top, brick on the bottom. According to Kaven, the new residences and office space will finally bridge the adjacent hoods of Old Town and the Pearl, divided physically and psychologically by NW Broadway.
— Marty Patail, Portland Monthly Magazine

The Block 33 development will usher in a new era of prosperity for the New Chinatown/Japantown neighborhood. The full block project will support retail, offices, and both market-rate and affordable apartments.

The project is designed with a steady rhythm of retail apertures contiguous on three faces of the block that will provide vibrant street-level pedestrian circulation. Mid-block on the South of the building, a courtyard has been carved out of the building's podium to allow for outdoor eating and gathering for neighborhood visitors. Both the office and the apartments share a lobby on the NE corner of the building. Underground, the garage provides over 300 parking stalls.

The rooftop of the project is home to a restaurant and outdoor lounge that will have sweeping views of Mt. Hood and the Willamette River.

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