October 27th, 2020
Madrona Grove, a long-term-care building with 32 private suites, is part of phase 3 development at Rose Villa.
PROJECT: Rose Villa, phase 3
COST: $77 million
START: May 2020 (Madrona Grove and Schroeder Lofts); February 2021 (Trillium Townhomes)
ANTICIPATED COMPLETION: August 2022 (Madrona Grove and Schroeder Lofts)
OWNER: Rose Villa
OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE: Klosh Group
ARCHITECT: Scott | Edwards Architecture (Madrona Grove and Schroeder Lofts)
CONTRACTOR: Bremik Construction (Madrona Grove and Schroeder Lofts)
DESIGN-BUILD FIRM: Green Hammer (Trillium Townhomes)
SIGNIFICANCE OF PROJECT: Construction is under way for the third and final phase of the Rose Villa master campus. This $77 million project consists of three new structures, including Madrona Grove, a state-of-the-art, 24-hour, long-term-care building with new campus administrative spaces above. The project also includes two new independent living neighborhoods, Schroeder Lofts and Trillium Townhomes, which will surround a half-acre enclosed courtyard garden. Scott | Edwards Architecture, which worked on the Garden Grove and North Pocket independent living homes during Phase 2, is designing Madrona Grove and Schroeder Lofts in Phase 3. Madrona Grove will replace the existing 1960 long-term-care building. The new building will resemble a modern interpretation of a large, airy farmhouse and feature 32 private suites with floor-to-ceiling windows and easy access to outdoor space. Madrona Grove will feature a variety of common spaces, including open kitchens, sunrooms, a covered terrace with an outdoor fireplace, and direct access to the courtyard garden. Each of the first two floors will feature 16 individual rooms. Schroeder Lofts are inspired by the adaptive reuse urban street lofts found in the Pearl District. The four-story loft apartment building will be anchored by a child development center, with 35 apartments above street-level commons. The ground level will feature a clinic, a community room and the Treasure House resale shop. The building will step back at the fourth story, creating exterior terraces for each loft. Schroeder Lofts homes are 86 percent sold. Trillium Townhomes, a collaboration between Rose Villa and Green Hammer, will be a six-unit, zero-energy community built to Passive House standards. It will feature 18-foot ceilings, triple-pane and tilt-turn windows, sustainably harvested bamboo flooring, and ultra-energy-efficient lighting and appliances.
“Building Blocks” is a new DJC feature that spotlights noteworthy projects either under construction or approaching the start of construction. To submit a project for consideration, please visit: djcoregon.com/building-blocks.
Title: Building Blocks: Rose Villa, Phase 3
Author: Josh Kulla
Date: November 12, 2020