Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses

Designers: Ankrom Moisan Architects, Incorporated (firm); Wright, Howard S., (HSW) Construction Company (firm); Stewart Ankrom (architect); Thomas Moisan (architect)

Dates: constructed 2005

15 stories

333 NW 9th Avenue
Pearl District, Portland, OR 97209

Building History

The web site of the Elizabeth Lofts Board of Directors noted the following facts about the building in 2018: "The 15 story building, which was completed and ready for occupancy in 2005, consists of 182 residential condominium units, 8 street level commercial units, and three floors of secured parking for residents of the Elizabeth. The property was acquired and developed by John Carroll, an early visionary who believed that the former industrial warehouse properties and railroad yards of NW Portland could become thriving neighborhoods in support of Portland’s inevitable growth. The property offers 43 discrete floor plans that range in size from 725 to 3,375 square feet." (See Elizabeth, "About," accessed 06/01/2018.) The architect for the Art Deco-influenced tower was Portland-based Ankrom Moisan, Architects, Incorporated.

PCAD id: 22068