The Byway at Wood Village Wood Village, Oregon

  • Architecture
  • Mixed Use Architecture
  • Residential Architecture

Located on the former site of City Hall in Wood Village, Oregon, The Byway adds 184 multifamily units and retail development across 135,000 square feet. The mixed-use project at the corner of NE Halsey Street and NE 238th Drive includes 8,400 square-feet of leasable retail space.

Regionally Inspired Design for Multi-Use Development

The overall design highlights a Cascadian architecture style, prevalent on the path to the base of Mount Hood, and is highlighted by a signature tower element and pedestrian plaza that anchors the street corner flanked by retail buildings. The remainder of the site consists of seven multifamily buildings, a clubhouse, pool amenity spaces, and playgrounds. The Otak-led design and planning takes advantage of the topography by incorporating stepped three and four-story buildings into the slope. Buildings at the low end of the site include top floor “townhouse” units with views of Mount St. Helens and the Columbia River.

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“I am happiest spending time with my wife, going to play golf or sitting on a fishing boat.”

Matthew Neish

Business Unit Leader

Professional Registrations

Registered Architect (RA): Washington
“Contributing to the built environment has always been my passion.”

Casey McKenna

Business Unit Leader

Professional Registrations

Registered Architect (RA): Arizona