History and Building Information

GranCorp Holdings, LLC

Irving Street Lofts – view available properties

1314 NW Irving

Originally built as a warehouse in 1925. It had 3 phases from construction and in 1988 was converted to an apartment building then known as “Irving Street Lofts”. The apartment phase lasted from 1989 to 1995 when the building was sold and converted to condominiums. The new owners benefitted from the building’s historical designation until 2011. The structure is massive, solid, true loft spaces, roof garden with amazing views and 7 stories.

The Original Realty Trust, Inc.

Pearl Lofts – view available properties

1009 NW Hoyt – 1994

Small complex with true lofts. Innovative concept with 14’ and 20’ ceilings. Brick exterior, courtyard and 3 stories.

Hoyt Commons – view available properties

618 NW Hoyt – 1994

48 units with commercial on the street level. True lofts have raised bedroom area, galley kitchens. Verandas for each unit.

Irving Town Homes – view available properties

1200-1100 NW Irving- 1997

6 units, 3 stories. Unique concept. Each home has master on main floor which opens to a private courtyard. Separate double garage with flex space above. Several owners built out as a 3rd bedroom or den with additional bathroom. Catwalk from main home to extra bedroom with some townhomes.


Hoyt Street Properties, Inc.

Johnson Street Townhomes – view available properties

700-800 NW 12th – 2000

700-800 NW 11th – 2000

1100- 1200 NW Johnson – 1997

Award-winning design, 3 stories, single-car attached parking. Brick exterior. Live/work space on first floor. Resembles the brownstone look.

East and West Bank Brownstones

600-700 NW 11th – 1908

Refurbished historic 2-level townhomes. Some were sold as shells. Some were built out by the developer. All have porches resembling the east coast brownstone look. Historically taxed.

Riverstone Condos – view available properties

821 NW 11th – 1998

820 NW 12th – 1998

6 stories – two buildings. Traditional lofts (bedrooms with doors), balconies. Brick exterior. Lovely secured courtyard.


Tanner Place -2001 – view available properties

1030 NW Johnson

725 NW 10th

726 NW 11th

Three addresses, one building with secured courtyard. Distinctive Mansard roofline, faces Jamison Square Park. Traditional lofts and rich wood finishes. 6 stories and some penthouses have 7th.

Streetcar Lofts – view available properties

1030 NW 12th – 2001

Characteristics include cement floors, walls and exposed ductwork. True lofts, most unit do not have balconies. Marshall Street has townhomes with live/work zoning. Street level is commercial. 6 stories.

Park Place – view available properties

922 NW 11th 2004

North end of Jamison Square Park. First building with concierge service. “Chard” was unique with chard shape deck with magnificent views of city, mountains. 5 townhomes that are separate from the tower are 3 stories and most have roof gardens. 12 stories.


Bridgeport Condominiums – view available properties

1130 NW 12th 2003

1133 NW 11th 2004

Traditional lofts, rich woods, brick exterior, has an unsecured courtyard. All condos have balconies. Unique feature are rounded units on the ends of each wing. 7 stories.


Lexis – view available properties

1125 NW 9th – 2004

Built as apartments and converted to condos. Wood frame construction*. Standard ceiling height, traditional bedrooms. 5 stories.

Pinnacle – view available properties

1255 NW 9th – 2004

Cement exterior, traditional bedrooms, 14 stories.

The Metropolitan – view available properties

1001 NW Lovejoy – 2007

Sold on lottery because the market was so swift. Noted for its sleek exterior and amenities. Concierge, guest quarters, fitness room, meeting room. Traditional bedroom, 21 stories.

Encore – view available properties

949 NW Overton – 2009

Cement exterior, phenomenal river, mountain and city views. Traditional bedrooms, balconies, LEED certified. 16 stories.

John Carroll

Chown Pella – view available properties

416 NW 13th – 1910

Two buildings refurbished characteristics are timbered beam ceilings and original wood columns in the original structure. Wood frame. True lofts. Historic tax abatement until 2016.

McKenzie – view available properties

408 NW 12th – 1998

New construction where the old Palace Theatre stood. True lofts, oak tongue and groove floors, cement walls, exposed ductwork. Red Brick exterior. All condos have balconies.

Gregory – view available properties

408 NW 12th – 2001

Art deco design. Gregory broke the height restriction prior in Pearl District. True lofts, gracious lobby, some balconies on the 5th floor and penthouse level. 12 stories.

Elizabeth – view available properties

333 NW 9th – 2005

Greystone exterior, concierge, elegant building with some wonderful views. 15 stories.



The Henry – view available properties

1025 NW Couch – 2004

Portland’s first LEED-certified building. Located in the Brewery Blocks, which was a 5 block development by G/E. Amazing response. The Henry sold out before ground was broken. Located near Whole Foods, Peets Coffee, Powell’s Books. Standard ceiling height, luxury finishes and traditional bedrooms. 15 floors.


The Casey – view available properties

311 NW 12th – 2007

Portland’s first boutique condo building marketed as a luxury condo with a smaller footprint than previous. Developer purchased the air space so that views will be retained. European kitchens and top-of-the-line appliances. All units have penthouse quality. 24 stories.

Robert Ball

Marshall Wells Lofts – view available properties

1420 NW Lovejoy – 1910

Refurbished warehouse, the 1909 Bit’s and Pieces Building. True lofts, atrium in the center of the building. Green products were used. Timbered beamed ceilings, cork floor, original wood columns. Feels like New York. 7 stories with an 8th added for penthouses which are townhomes.

The Avenue – view available properties

1400 NW Irving – 1923

Refurbished two buildings and adjoined. Green products used. Irving Street has town homes with work/live zoning. 7 floors.

Modern Confectionery Lofts – view available properties

Originally refurbished in 1995 by Julian Berkely from Manhattan and later purchased by Robert Ball in 1999. Boutique complex with exposed brick and unique floor designs. On the historically designated Pearl District Street. 8 units.

*Unless noted, building is new construction.

To be added:  North Park Lofts and Flanders Lofts