Beaverton doubles in delight over central development
The City of Beaverton and other leaders celebrated this week with a ground breaking ceremony for a hotel and a ribbon cutting ceremony for a multi-family housing project.
Near the corner of SW Rose Biggi and SW Crescent, officials from Beaverton, Metro, Canterbury Hotel Group, and Deacon Construction broke ground on the future Hyatt House, which will be a five-story building containing 125 hotel rooms.
"Our downtown is changing and I'm excited to see new developments taking shape in Beaverton's city center," said Mayor Denny Doyle. "Having new apartment homes and hotel rooms to welcome residents and visitors contributes to a livelier and defined downtown area."Just across the street from the ground breaking, Rembold's Kira Cador invited officials to cut the ribbon on the Rise Central.
This new mixed-use community, which is now open for lease, has 230 apartments, ground floor commercial spaces, open meeting spaces for residents with an urban feel, keyless entries (think phone app and codes), bicycle storage rooms, plus bicycle and dog washing stations.
To learn more about the Rise Central, click here.