Address Total SF/​Office SF Rate/Cost Description
Willamette Marketplace
2000 SW 8th Avenue
West Linn, Oregon 97068

Specht Development, Inc. was hired by Venture Corporation as the Project Manager for the Willamette Marketplace located in West Linn, Oregon. Willamette Marketplace is a 73,620 square foot redevelopment of an aging retail center and was completed in June 2008.

The $20,000,000 project included the demolition of two buildings, remodeling of two buildings and new construction of three buildings. The Willamette Marketplace comprises three one-story retail buildings, a two-story office building, and a three-story building which has retail on the ground floor and medical & professional offices on the second and third floors. There is a separate entrance to the medical and professional offices on the second and third floors as well as a separate parking lot, grand entrance and a well-appointed lobby, complete with an elevator and restroom.

While redevelopment projects such as this one always present unique challenges when compared to greenfield development, this project also had to address serious reservations of the community regarding its scale. Work was done to ensure that the final product did not overshadow the small-town feel of the West Linn area.

Sokol Blosser Winery
5000 Sokol Blosser Lane
Dayton, Oregon 97114

Sokol Blosser Winery hired Specht Development, Inc. to manage the construction of their new 7,500 sf building, located in Dayton, Oregon. This unique building was designed by Allied Works Architecture and the general contractor was R & H Construction. The project, which was completed in 2013, inlcudes indoor and outdoor spaces for wine tasting and other events.

Lovejoy Block Two
1333 NW Lovejoy Street
Portland, Oregon 97209

Block 2 consists of a 329,000 square foot, 16-story residential building with ground-floor retail. The building offers a unique, multi-level structure, with a variety of for-rent residential product types and an integrated parking structure for residents. The building’s exterior features glass and brick with metal panel accents. A green roof garden is available for tenant use.

The entire project achieved LEED® Gold Certification and includes the following sustainable building features:

  •  An ecoroof on the top of the tower, reducing storm water runoff and reducing the heat island effect.
  • Recycling of construction materials from demolished structures (including creating benches for pedestrians from the wooden beams removed from the prior structure).
  • Recycling of construction waste materials.
  • Remediation and redevelopment of a brownfield site.
  • An ecoroof on the top of the tower, reducing storm water runoff and reducing the heat island effect.
  • Recycling of construction materials from demolished structures (including creating benches for pedestrians from the wooden beams removed from the prior structure).
  • Recycling of construction waste materials.
  • Remediation and redevelopment of a brownfield site.

 

 

 

Hollywood Video
4825 Evergreen Way
Everett, Oregon 98203
Hollywood Video
813 State Route 9 NE
Lake Stevens, Oregon 98258
Argyle Square
SW Argyle Avenue
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

A former truck stop located in Wilsonville was converted to Argyle Square, a 376,000 square foot shopping center anchored by Target, Costco and Office Depot. The project cost approximately $40,000,000 and was completed in 2004. Specht Development, Inc. provided construction management services for Argyle Capital LLC.
 

Cornell Home Center
17235 NW Corridor Court
Beaverton, Oregon 97006

This retail project is located in the Tanasboure area close to Hwy 26.

Cornell Sunset Center
16985 NW Cornell Road
Beaverton, Oregon 97006

The Cornell Sunset Center is located in Beaverton, Oregon between Highway 26 and NW Cornell Road. The 3.84 acre project site includes the construction of two retail buildings and 187 parking spaces.
 
The Wickes Furniture building is a retail furniture store located at the rear of the property and occupies 42,875 square feet. The second building, a BedMart retail store, is 5,350 square feet, and is located in the southeastern corner of the site. Construction started in October 2006 and was completed in July 2007 at a cost of $7,000,000.