architecture commercial nielsen apartments
Agate Beach, Oregon - 2005
To develope designs for an economical apartment prototype unit to take maximum advantage of a deep narrow site
between two streets and adjacent to existing units operated by the same owner.
To allow for phased developement with free-standing units.
To work with city officials to resolve parking and street access issues.
A level, deep narrow site between Gladys Street and an dead-end section of the old Roosevelt Hiway adjacent to Hiway 101.
To be determined
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Looking west from the old Roosevelt Hiway.
The concept was to include two 3-story two-unit apartment buildings, each with its own garage.
A courtyard would be created between the two units.
Ground level of each unit would include the Entry, Garage, Storage, Utilities, and access to the shared courtyard.
The second level of each unit features a Greatroom with Kitchen, Dining, and Living spaces along with
stairs and a powder room.
The third level features two good-sized Bedrooms, a stacked Laundry closet, and a shared, compartmentalized Bathroom.
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