Pine Street Market

Alta Urban Projects and its affiliate, Alta Wallowa Properties led the acquisition and redevelopment of the Baggage and Carriage Building in downtown Portland.  Alta Urban assembled the design and construction team as well as private high net worth investors, creating a $10 million redevelopment project that includes over $1 million in equity from federal historic tax credits and a range of public incentives and grants.  The design and construction achieves long term sustainability through repurposing of a 130-year-old building with energy efficient systems and durable, sustainable materials. The upper two floors are filled with creative office space and the 10,000 SF ground floor is Portland’s first food hall that has received international acclaim.  As owner and project manager, Alta Urban/Alta Wallowa managed the pro forma, lending activities, investor relations, tax credits, budget and draws, the design and construction teams, leasing and complex legal activities.  www.pinestreetpdx.com

Awards-

Retail Development of the Year- Commercial Area Brokers, Portland

Renovation Project of the Year, 3rd place Portland Daily Journal of Commerce

Major Renovation- 1st place, Energy Trust of Oregon

Restore Oregon- Demuro Award for Historic Preservation


Redfox Commons

Alta Urban Projects is currently managing the redevelopment of two adjacent warehouses in NW Portland.  The $20 million project will repurpose the two buildings to be approximately 60,000 SF of creative office space.  The project will feature extensive sustainability measures, clerestory windows, a high efficiency VRF heating and cooling system and will reuse lumber from the buildings for the framing of a new connecting structure.  As one of the partners, Alta Urban is an owner of the project, managing the design, construction and leasing process for this major renovation project scheduled for Summer ’18 completion.


Mercy Corps World Headquarters, Portland, OR. 

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Mr. Davies was Project Manager for this $37 million LEED Platinum project that includes both new construction and historic renovation of 82,000 SF of office and retail space.  David managed the implementation of the green building strategy and the process to convert the building to a condominium ownership structure.