Oakway Mixed-Use Building | Eugene, OR
- Building responds to complicated site geometry
- Retail design supports maximum visibility and efficiency
- Interior spaces allowed to blend into exterior in key areas
- 346 available parking stalls
- 130 Guestrooms
The Oakway Mixed-Use Building is the latest addition to an existing and successful commercial center in Eugene, Oregon. Studio C Architecture LLC designed a 7-story, mixed-use building which includes 24,000 SF of ground floor retail space along with basement parking and three levels of above-grade parking. The top three floors host a 130-guestroom Hyatt Place Hotel.
The design creates a pedestrian friendly “streetscape” between the new building and the existing retail. Strong emphasis is given to provide an exciting pedestrian experience along the building facades. This design maintains view corridors throughout key parts of the commercial center. Materials and forms build on the connection with the adjacent existing uses.
As directed by McKay Investment Company, Studio C collaborated with Chambers Construction to provide a phased project delivery and the team fast-tracked portions of the project to meet schedule constraints. Work on the below-grade portions began in January 2015. Hotel amenities include a plaza deck, 5th-floor pool and spa, fitness center, meeting facilities, light dining, and other features to support the 130 guestrooms.
Construction was completed in August 2017.
Photographer, Erik Bishoff