opsis architecture

Portland’s Central Eastside is a vibrant and emerging district full of iconic industrial spaces and entrepreneurial spirit. The Redd on Salmon Street is two full city blocks—a 1918 industrial ironworks and adjacent contemporary warehouse, office, and showroom—that will be transformed into a working urban ecosystem for the local food economy. The development on SE Salmon Street will include restoration of an existing 16,000 sf foundry into a 24,000 sf building. The Redd will support authentic local food related enterprises in Portland, connect them to the rich producers in surrounding farmlands, and scale a robust regional food economy across the Pacific Northwest. This project will not just be “certified” by leading green building standards but will use local materials, capture and reuse water, minimize energy use, and provide the infrastructure to enforce the mutually reinforcing web of farm to table that creates jobs, restores land, water, and habitat, while mitigating climate change.

Stats

  • 16,000 sf foundry into a 24,000 sf building

Awards

  • 2015 Place by Design for the Resilience category at SXSW Eco
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Stats

  • 16,000 sf foundry into a 24,000 sf building

Awards

  • 2015 Place by Design for the Resilience category at SXSW Eco
 
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd
  • The Redd