Sawyer’s Row

Sawyer’s Row is inspired by the rugged mill workers of Slabtown, where rough-hewn “slab” edge-cuts of logs were stacked high on the sidewalks to be sold as fuel. It features 40 LEED Platinum apartments, tuck under parking, common area patio and BBQ, and a warm-water pet and bike wash station.

Architects: Holst Architecture
Size: 40 units with 35 tuck under parking stalls.
Status: Completed 2013.
LEED Platinum.
Walk Score: 88.
Developed while with C.E. John.

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