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Summer 2020


Portland State University. School of Business Administration. Center for Real Estate, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland


Biggi Commons is the next premier real estate development being delivered to the rapidly growing Beaverton, Oregon region, directly in front of the most trafficked transit center in the area.

The project consists of retail, medical office, food trucks and apartments, and hosts activities such as a farmer’s market and cooking classes. Biggi Commons caters to the suburban resident who prioritizes urban amenities, health, accessibility, and attractive design.

Local demand for apartments is strong, therefore the development team envisioned this 168,526 square foot apartment building, with light retail along the first floor. The unit mix varies from studios to three-bedroom, for a total of 141 units, and an average unit size of 831 square feet. The first-floor retail totals approximately 7,027 square feet, which neighbors the apartment lobby and parking. The residential parking will be made up of mechanical car stackers, resulting in 113 spaces. Lastly, the medical office building will be roughly 29,821 square feet and will share with the retails the 126 surface level parking spaces.


Each winter and summer, a team of students from Portland State University’s Master of Real Estate Development program are tasked with creating a development program for an existing site in the Portland or Seattle region. These teams produce a development concept through ingenuity, research, and consultation with experts in the real estate industry. NAIOP has generously sponsored our team and provided a venue for us to present our plan to the public.

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