Current Projects

The Grove Hotel

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The Grove Hotel

The Grove Hotel will be a boutique hotel in the heart of Portland’s Old Town / Chinatown Neighborhood.  Naito Development, Eagle Point Hotel Partners and Filament Hospitality were selected by the Portland Development Commission in 2014 to renovate the 28,000 square foot building, which was originally constructed in 1904. The team is planning a new & unique hospitality concept for the property. www.grovehotelportland.com

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The Lodge at Columbia Point

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The Lodge at Columbia Point

The Lodge at Columbia Point will be a riverfront, 82-room, upscale boutique hotel in Richland, Washington; the fourth largest metropolitan area in Washington state (Tri-Cities). Though the Tri-Cites markets itself as the Heart Washington Wine Country®, with more than 160 wineries located within 50 mile radius, it currently has no upscale lodging properties. Due in part to long term investments by the federal government, the community is thriving economically.  Benton County has the third highest median household income in the state.

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Nichols Landing

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Nichols Landing

The town of Hood River Oregon is located 60 miles east of Portland on Interstate 84 in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area.  The area is rich in natural resources with agriculture, timber and recreation as the major sources of economic activity.  Fruit grown in the Hood River Valley is of such exceptional quality that the county leads the world in Anjou pear production.  Cultural and recreational activities abound including windsurfing, kiteboarding, scenic parks, mountain bike trails, fishing, camping, whitewater rafting, year-round skiing and snow boarding, historic tours, festivals, museums and art, cultural and civic organizations.  The climate in Hood River is mild with less than half the annual rainfall of Portland. (more…)