Phoenix Portland on the Park Condo & Mixed-Use Infill Development Photos

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It was a beautiful weathered day during our photography building shoot in Phoenix Portland on the Park Condo & Mixed-Use Infill Development photos capturing day and night architectural photography building photos in downtown Phoenix.  We are architectural photographers traveling between Chicago and Arizona often serving the Midwest, the West Coast and beyond traveling Nationwide.  This Phoenix Arizona building photography project was at Portland on the Park located at 200 W Portland St, Phoenix, AZ 85003.

The new construction modern building is a mixed-use, infill development in Phoenix. Project developers, Habitat Metro are experts in the infill development process which is developing vacant or under-used parcels, within existing large urban areas, in Portland Oregon and the Phoenix metropolitan areas.  Although these urban areas are already largely developed, the real estate development firm Habitat creates new infill developments.  Portland on the Park is an example of multi-use building from its residential condos with breathtaking terrace views overlooking Margaret T. Hance Park & the Japanese Friendship Garden and luxury appointed penthouses & condominiums, to commercial retail on the ground level and on-site parking garage, the mixed-use structure, on 3 acre parcel of land was a massive building to photograph.

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Our client is the manufacturers and erectors of windows and window-walls for high rise structures.  The Portland on the Park downtown Phoenix photography shoot project was completed last Fall.  This development was one of three buildings needing architectural photography in the Phoenix metropolitan region.  The timing was perfect for the photography shoot, as Portland on the Park Development had just completed construction in 2017.  Arizona construction crews worked day into night completing the development, built in two phases. Residents began moving into finished condominium units in January 2017.

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The mixed-use infill development has 149 residential units with 7,200 square feet of commercial space. Including 15,000 square feet of retail amenities.  The architectural modern design of the development’s structure is unique with multi-levels incorporating a timeless modern architectural design elements, emphasizing clean vertical lines.

The Portland on the Park photography shoot consisted of focusing on the entire building.  The property is comprised of lofts and condominiums within towers of four, 12, and 14-story building sections and post-tension concrete towers. The building features a resort-style pool, open-air gathering rooftop on top of the 14-story tower offering unobstructed views of the city, the surrounding Phoenix mountains in the distance, and rooftop space where residents and their guests can enjoy use of rooftop barbeque and fire pit facilities.  Planned as a truly ‘smart’ building, dedicated fiber with commercial Internet connection speeds unprecedented in current home services with IT infrastructure planned to keep up with future technology. An Elan scalable home automation system is installed in each unit providing a platform for entertainment, accessory, security and environment management.  Additionally, the building has planned capacity for car-charging stations throughout the community’s on-site parking garage.  Residences include one, two and three bedroom condo residences starting prices ranged from the $235,0000 to $1.25 million.

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This Phoenix Portland on the Park Mixed-Use Development project team include commercial development Sunbelt Holdings, and developer Habitat Metro, LLC who specialize in mixed-use, multifamily & hospitality construction development.  Sunbelt Holdings and Habitat Metro led the development for Portland on the Park and the urban condominium community along one of Phoenix’s last remaining boulevard park streets. Additional team members for the development project include award-winning design of by architect DAVIS ArchitectureIAP Enclosures, urban living lifestyle specialists Braun Allison from Vancouver and Scottsdale-based The James Agency are managing marketing and public relations.

The projected $75 million development is situated along Central Avenue on Portland Street between Portland Park and 32 acre oasis Margaret T. Hance Park, giving residents prime access to downtown amenities including the light rail, Roosevelt Row Arts District, and Japanese Friendship Garden. The park is the venue for popular events throughout the year including the recent three-day March Madness Music Festival, the city’s St. Patrick’s Day parade and the McDowell Mountain Music Festival. Portland on the Park is near Downtown Phoenix’s vibrant restaurant, arts, professional sports and shopping scenes. The community is located on one of Phoenix’s last boulevard park street and boasts for residents one of the Phoenix Valley’s area highest walkability scores.   Sources: AZ Big MediaHabitat MetroDowntown Phoenix Journal, Phoenix New Times, Downtown Phoenix Journal.

Miller + Miller Architectural Photography is a photography company who photograph buildings, hotels, skyscrapers, luxury, multifamily, apartments, new construction, residential, hospitality, interiors, exteriors, commercial, residential, architecture, and more.  Contact us our husband-wife photographer team of Ryan and Sarah Miller who’s limits are endless … aerial drone photos and video, skyscraper architectural photos, day or stunning evening night building photography, luxury high-rise condominium photography, 5-star hotel interior photography, boutique hotel, resorts, business plazas, retail, restaurants, lavish desert estates, homes and mansions, spas & resorts, commercial properties, industrial, or residential high-rise properties, and more whether in Phoenix, Portland, or beyond.

Serving client’s around the Nation since 2006, our Chicago-based photography company travels often to Phoenix, Seattle, Vancouver, Portland, Reno, the Bay area and Southern California for our architectural, residential, condo, loft, luxury and custom home photography clients.  Many building multi-state requesting photography of developments, building, and construction projects for a portfolio.  


Chicago Spire Restarting Construction?

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Chicago Spire AerialThe restarting of construction for Chicago Spire, the masterpiece of Santiago Calatrava Valls, an internationally recognized and award winning Valencian Spanish architect, sculptor and structural engineer, may actually become reality soon. Chicago Union leaders with the AFL-CIO may be poised to loan the developer (Garrett Kelleher, Shelbourne Development Group, Inc.) some $170 million in pension funds to restart the Chicago Spire skyscraper project.  Because of the recession and slow economy liens and lawsuits against the developer, what would’ve have been the tallest building in North America, the now building stands stalled in construction.  All there is at 400 N. Lake Shore Drive today is a gigantic hole in the ground of a foundation between the Chicago River and the Ogden slip.

The union boss who represents 100,000 local construction workers says that  unemployment among his members is becoming rampant. The Chicago Spire project could create around 7.5 million man hours of work. “We have people losing their benefits, their houses, their families, and this is a project that’s going to be good for five years with employment for my members,” said Tom Villanova of the Building and Construction Trades Council. “It hit some rough times for this economy, but I think as long as it meets the investment criteria of the pension fund, then it’s a go,” Jerry Roper, president and CEO of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, said.

This is great news!!!  I was getting depressed seeing that big, black, Lake Shore Drive hole in the ground while watching the celebration of the Burj Dabai on TV!  Despite what Donald Trump and other critics may say, I think think the Spire would be the shining crown jewel of the best modern architectural museum in the world…the Chicago Skyline. This building needs to be built. As much as I love buildings like the Burj Dubai, Taipei 101, Petronas Twin Towers, etc… Chicago can not afford to be second place behind cities like Dubai, Taipei and Shanghai. Like the delay of constructing New York’s Freedom Tower, it’s just not right.

Check Out the Chicago Spire’s Website to see more of this beautiful building’s development:  www.thechicagospire.com


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