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So much happens in and around Hassalo on Eighth—we’ll keep you up to date right here.

14 Oct 2016

Portland’s Harvest Happenings 2016

By: Management

Fall is here and so is the fun that comes with it! Here’s a brief guide for 2016’s fall festivities, including pumpkin patches, haunted houses and corn mazes in the Portland area. There is plenty of safe, spooky fun to be had!


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Fall is here and so is the fun that comes with it! Here’s a brief guide for 2016’s fall festivities, including pumpkin patches, haunted houses and corn mazes in the Portland area. There is plenty of safe, spooky fun to be had!

Fright Town

Described by many as the scariest haunted houses in Oregon, Fright Town is “a whole city block of screams and shock.” The haunted houses are designed to scare adults and older children alike, and they do their job well. The haunted house tours are open throughout October, and you can visit frighttown.com to see if the event is right for you and/or your family.

Maze at Sauvie Island

The corn maze at Sauvie Island is open now through October 31st. This year, they’ve teamed up with Peanuts Worldwide to bring The Great Pumpkin to Portland by hosting a Charlie Brown-themed maze! Visit portlandmaze.com for more information.

Haunted Pub Tour

Throughout October, BeerQuest Walking Tours takes guests on a 2.5-hour haunted pub tour through two of Portland’s most historic bars. Enjoy beer tastings and ghost stories as you learn about the city’s eerie past. Visit beerquestpdx.com to schedule a tour!

Boo! Cruise with Portland Spirit

Cruise down the Willamette River in your best costume! Board the Portland Spirit’s Boo! Cruise on the night of October 29th and enjoy dinner, live music, dancing and costume contests. Visit portlandspirit.com to book your table!

Trick-Or-Treating

It can be tough to find a safe place to trick-or-treat in the city. Thankfully, our neighborhood is the perfect solution! We’re inviting all Hassalo on Eighth residents to put on your best costumes and trick-or-treat throughout the community. (If you’re not a resident, you should be! Check out our floor plans here.) For those of you who choose not to trick-or-treat, we encourage you to hand out candy at your apartment! In the coming weeks, we will supply concierge with Halloween-themed paper cutouts that you can place on your door to indicate that you are ready and waiting for trick-or-treaters.
Have a happy, festive October and a safe Halloween!



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30 Sep 2016

LightsOut PDX: What’s It All About?

By: Management

Many of you have heard about the initiative “LightsOut PDX,” which begins tonight. Want to get involved and help save lives with the Audubon Society? Read about the campaign here!


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Many of you have heard about the initiative “LightsOut PDX,” which begins tonight. We,’re participating, and we hope you’ll join us! LightsOut PDX is an initiative that was organized by the Audubon Society, which has long been concerned about light pollution. At night, birds use the stars to navigate their migration pattern – and light pollution from the city drowns out that light from the stars.

Not only does this disturb their migration pattern and throw them off course, but it also endangers their lives by putting them at greater risk of colliding with windows. According to the Audubon Society, up to one billion birds die every year across the United States by mistakenly flying into a lit window. This is a tragic number, which LightsOut PDX aims to curb.  While light pollution is an alarmingly unrecognized issue for migratory birds, the good news is that it can be corrected – and that’s the goal! While the Audubon Society continues to work with the City of Portland to amend city policies and plans to improve lighting standards, they could still use our help to reduce the effect of light pollution throughout the city – and that’s where LightsOut PDX comes into play.

LightsOut PDX

LightsOut PDX

 

With the LightsOut PDX campaign, the Audubon Society of Portland aims to reduce light pollution in the Portland Metro and surrounding areas by spreading the word and convincing Portlanders to turn out unnecessary lighting after dark, especially during the spring and fall, which are peak migratory seasons. Portland businesses and private residences alike have taken the pledge to participate in the campaign. So far, more than two thousand Portland individuals have pledged, and a significant number of businesses will participate as well, including: Fox Tower, Wells Fargo Tower, OMSI, Hassalo on Eighth, Bonneville Power Administration, 200 Market, Lloyd 700 Building, Lloyd Center Tower, Metro Regional Center, the 911 Federal Building, East West College, Bank of America Financial Tower, Montgomery Park and the Oregon Convention Center.

We hope you’ll hop on board and take the pledge to turn unnecessary lighting off after dark beginning tonight! Here are tips from the Audubon Society of Portland (and a few of our own) on how you can help:

  • Beginning tonight, September 30, 2016, turn out your lights at home and go outside to see the stars!
  • Do a home audit of your lighting and make sure that your outdoor lights are well-shielded. When converting to LED, make sure to select warm bulbs (under 3,000 Kelvin).
  • Turn off your outdoor lights when you’re not using them.
  • Talk to your boss or building manager at work about ways to minimize unnecessary lighting in the workplace after hours.
  • Throughout the year, be mindful of unnecessary lighting after the sun sets. Turn those lights out!

Click here to take the pledge! For more information on LightsOut PDX and the Audubon Society’s campaigns, go here.



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09 Sep 2016

Meet Velomor

By: Management

At Velomor, eco-friendly living is easier than ever before. Park your bike downstairs and meet up with friends in the community room of your LEED Platinum certified building. Velomor has six stories featuring 177 studio, one and two bedroom apartments, as well as an eco-roof garden.


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At Velomor, eco-friendly living is easier than ever before. Park your bike downstairs and meet up with friends in the community room of your LEED Platinum certified building. Velomor has six stories featuring 177 studio, one and two bedroom apartments, as well as an eco-roof garden.

Velomor's Eco-Terrace

Eco-Terrace

 

Rooftop Eco-Terrace

The eco-terrace on Velomor’s top floor offers a relaxing outdoor space with wireless internet access where residents can enjoy the fresh air and a view of the city. The eco-terrace is part of Velomor’s green roof structure, with low-growing vegetation that collects and redistributes storm water throughout the site.

Velomor's Peloton Lounge

Velomor’s Peloton Lounge

The Peloton Lounge

The lounge, named after the main group of riders in a bicycle race, is open to residents during daytime hours and features a bar, fully-stocked refrigerator, HD television and french doors that open fully to the outdoor barbecue space in the courtyard.

Velomor's Courtyard

Courtyard

Courtyard with Barbecue

Enjoy casual patio seating while you barbecue with friends, or kick a soccer ball around on our large courtyard turf. At Velomor, we have fun rain or shine! In the summer months, accordion doors from the lounge open out into the courtyard to create one large, inclusive live/play space.

 

Model Home in Velomor

Model Home

Interior Finishes

Our finishes are warm and contemporary, with two-tone euro-style cabinetry, dark espresso vinyl flooring, stainless-steel energy-efficient appliances from GE and a soft gold backsplash in select units. Floor plans range from various studio layouts to a two bedroom with den option, and we are leasing quickly!

Find Your Home at Velomor Today

Velomor is almost entirely occupied, but we still have a few apartments left! Contact our leasing team at info@hassalooneighth.com or (503)416-1976 to learn more about available options. Call Hassalo on Eighth home today!

 

 



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26 Aug 2016

Meet The Elwood Building

By: Management

With subtle elegance, unique finishes and a grocery on the ground floor, The Elwood Building is everything you want in an urban home. And with five stories and 143 apartments featuring studio, one and two bedroom floor plans, there’s room to stretch out. Here’s a preview:


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With subtle elegance, unique finishes and a grocery on the ground floor, The Elwood Building is everything you want in an urban home. With five stories and 143 apartments featuring studio, one and two bedroom floor plans, there’s room to stretch out. Here’s a preview:

The Elwood Building Lobby

The Elwood Building Lobby

 

Lobby

The Elwood Building’s lobby is a welcoming entrance to 143 beautiful apartments. There’s concierge at the front desk seven days a week, and the lobby hosts a cozy seating area with wood-paneled walls, colorful art and vintage globes. While enjoying the morning coffee service, you can also see when the next TriMet train is coming or catch the morning news on the lobby television.

The Elwood Building Courtyard

The Elwood Building Courtyard

Courtyard & Pet Relief Area

Enjoy the outdoors? Get some fresh air hanging out in Elwood’s private second-floor courtyard. The courtyard has asymmetrical walkways bordered by tall grasses that lead to the BBQ with plenty of outdoor seating. It’s the perfect place to enjoy grilling with friends and neighbors or reading your favorite book.Given that Hassalo on Eighth is pet friendly with no breed, age or weight restrictions, there’s also a space just for your dog (of course). The courtyard includes a fenced pet relief area for your convenience.

The Astoria Lounge

The Astoria Lounge

The Astoria Lounge

This gorgeous lounge is an extension of your home. There is free Wi-Fi and cable, perfect for working from home or watching the Super Bowl with friends.  The balcony and panoramic windows look over the Hassalo Plaza and the west hills.  One of the most fun elements is the custom walnut dining table that double as a regulation size ping-pong table!

Model at The Elwood Building

Model at The Elwood Building

Floor Plans and Finishes at The Elwood Building

This mid-rise building has the most unique finishes at Hassalo on Eighth. Its light finish palette boasts maple flooring, birch-colored casework, ivory brick backsplash and wood-framed windows. The Elwood Building’s apartments have high ceilings and white walls that contribute to their spacious feeling. If you’re a fan of open-concept floor plans, Elwood could be just the place for you!

Velomor Fitness Center

Velomor Fitness Center

24-Hour Fitness Center Access

The Elwood Building may not have a fitness center of its own, but residents here get to enjoy 24-hour access to our largest on-site fitness center at Velomor. With such a large space and wide variety of equipment, there is plenty of room to get your workout in! We are also partnered with BeneFitness, and every new resident gets a free 60-minute personal training session with one of their skilled trainers.

Green Zebra Grocery

Green Zebra Grocery

Green Zebra Grocery at Your Door

Green Zebra Grocery is located on the ground floor of The Elwood Building! Green Zebra specializes in sustainably sourced fresh and organic products. We have healthy, local, organic options at your doorstep. If you live in The Elwood Building, grocery shopping couldn’t possibly be more convenient.

Tour Hassalo on Eighth

Call (503) 416-1976 or email info@hassalooneighth.com for more information on leasing your new apartment in the Hassalo on Eighth neighborhood. Though we do accept walk-ins, scheduling an appointment in advance is highly recommended due to our high volume of leasing activity. Contact us today!

 

 

 

 

 

 



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12 Aug 2016

Meet Aster Tower

By: Management

A shining star at Hassalo on Eighth, many are choosing to call Aster Tower home. With incredible amenities that rival those of some of the Pearl District’s most popular communities, it isnt’ hard for Aster to capture (and keep) your attention. Here’s a preview:


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A shining star at Hassalo on Eighth, many are choosing to call Aster Tower home. With incredible amenities that rival those of some of the Pearl District’s most popular communities, it isnt’ hard for Aster to capture (and keep) your attention. Here’s a preview:

Aster Tower Lobby

Aster Tower Lobby

Aster’s Concierge Service

Let concierge greet you and your guests in Aster’s elegant, spacious lobby. Attending to the front desk 24/7, concierge is always at your service – a coveted convenience!

Dog Lounge

Dog Lounge

Dog Lounge

We’re more than just pet friendly; bring your dogs to their very own lounge for a bath and play session! Complete with three wash stations, complimentary shampoo and toys, the dog lounge also leads into a large pet relief area where you can walk your dog without ever leaving the building.

A Seating Nook in the Capella Room

A Seating Nook in the Cappella Lounge

The Cappella Lounge

Enjoy panoramic views of Portland by the fireplace while watching the game! The Cappella Lounge has multiple seating areas so that many can enjoy the space. Free Wi-Fi and TV make it easy to work from home with a view, or to just relax and enjoy this gorgeous extension of your home. Bonus: There’s also a shuffleboard table or those with competitive spirit!

Aster Tower Fitness Center

Aster Tower Fitness Center

 

Aster Tower Fitness Center

24-hour access to a state-of-the-art fitness center on the top floor? Talk about motivation! Run on the treadmill at dawn and watch the sunrise view of Mt. Hood, or lift weights to the sun setting over the city skyline. And when you’re finished, why not walk down the hall and reward yourself by relaxing in the spa?

Rooftop Terrace

Rooftop Terrace

Rooftop Terrace

Step out onto the terrace and drink in views of the beautiful city we live in. Look left for a stunning view of Mt. Hood, or look right to see the panoramic views of  Portland’s city skyline. You can see all the way up to St. John’s and down to Ross Island. The terrace is a great spot for grilling dinner or enjoying a glass of wine by the outdoor fire pit!

Spa, Sauna and Steam Room

Spa, Sauna and Steam Room

Spa, Sauna and Steam Room

Live in Luxury with a spa right at home! The Nova Spa has a hot tub, cool soaking tub, sauna, and steam room, with beautiful views of Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams.

The Vega Room at Aster Tower

The Vega Room for Private Dining

The Vega Room

Want to cook dinner for all of your friends? The Vega Room is a gorgeous private dining space with a full kitchen, available for residents to reserve. Host the dinner party of the year!

Want to See More?

Interested in applying for an apartment at Aster Tower or taking a tour? Schedule an appointment with one of our leasing consultants by calling (503) 416-1976 or emailing info@hassalooneighth.com. You can also check out our available homes here.

 

 

 



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27 Jul 2016

National Night Out Comes to Holladay Park

By: Management

Every year, local businesses and residents in each neighborhood come together to celebrate their community and network with one another through an event known as “National Night Out.” NNO is self-described as “an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.”

This year, the Lloyd District will be celebrating National Night Out in Holladay park on August 2nd, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.


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Every year, local businesses and residents in each neighborhood come together to celebrate their community and network with one another through an event known as “National Night Out.” NNO is self-described as “an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.”

This year, the Lloyd District will be celebrating National Night Out in Holladay park on August 2nd, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. There will be food, live music, free swag and samples from local businesses, and a myriad of children’s activities! Hassalo on Eighth will be present, and this year we have sponsored our National Night Out event’s first puppy kissing booth, courtesy of Indigo Rescue. We are also excited to present Livable Lloyd in partnership with Go Lloyd and Lloyd EcoDistrict. Livable Lloyd is a community forum for residents in the Lloyd who are interested in helping to improve their community.

If you’re looking for something fun to do next week, take a short stroll over to the park to see us and learn what all of the fuss is about! We’ll have some pretty cool swag, including our brand new “Live Love Lloyd” t-shirts. Our shirts tend to disappear quickly; Show up early to get one!



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15 Jul 2016

Cafe Yumm! Comes to Hassalo on Eighth

By: Management

We are excited to announce that Cafe Yumm! has opened at Hassalo on Eighth! The newest restaurant addition to our neighborhood is located at NE 7th and Holladay, in Velomor.

 


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Cafe Yumm! is Now Open

We are excited to announce that Cafe Yumm! has opened at Hassalo on Eighth! The newest restaurant addition to our neighborhood is located at NE 7th and Holladay, in Velomor.

Cafe Yumm! offers “a casual dining experience” to anyone who loves layers and layers of their Portland-renowned “Yumm! Sauce.” Loved by many, the restaurant is known for creating and serving delicious, beautiful bowls filled with brown rice, red beans, black beans, tempeh, red salsa, free-range eggs, field greens, yogurt, tofu, peanut butter and more. And to top it all off, over 50 percent of the ingredients in your Yumm! Bowl are certified organic!

Choose from a varied menu that includes Yumm! Bowls, sandwiches, wraps, bentos, soups, salads and skewers. Enjoy a Yumm! Wrap one day and a good old cheese quesadilla the next. Cafe Yumm! has more than 30 menu items that can be customized to fit your tastes or dietary restrictions. Their website even has a nutrition calculator for some of their most popular menu items!

Stop by between 11:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to grab a bowl at Hassalo on Eighth’s Cafe Yumm! today!

 



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07 Jul 2016

Introducing NORM: Hassalo’s Natural Organic Recycling Machine

By: Management

If you have visited our community or leased with us, chances are good that you’ve heard about NORM, our natural wastewater treatment, re-use and disposal system. In short, the system recycles 100 percent of the black and grey water used at our community. It creates non-potable water for toilet flushing, irrigation and air conditioning. What makes NORM even cooler? It’s the largest (and only) urban-scale residential wastewater treatment and reuse system in all of North America.


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Meet NORM: Hassalo on Eighth’s Natural Organic Recycling Machine

If you have visited our community or leased with us, chances are good that you’ve heard about NORM, our natural wastewater treatment, re-use and disposal system. In short, the system recycles 100 percent of the black and grey water used at our community. It creates non-potable water for toilet flushing, irrigation and air conditioning. What makes NORM even cooler? It’s the largest (and only) urban-scale residential wastewater treatment and reuse system in all of North America.

How NORM Helps the Environment:

  • Treats roughly 47,000 gallons of water a day, reducing our contribution to the city’s sewer system significantly.
  • Gives back to the landscape by creating non-potable water used for irrigation.
  • Doesn’t generate any waste of its own. Biosolids are used for fertilizer off-site, and fats, oils and gases are used for fuel.
  • Reduces water usage for our buildings by 33 percent, or 7,300,000 gallons of water per year.
NORM

NORM

 

How NORM Helps You:

  • As a resident, you could see a savings of up to 65 percent on the water/sewer portion of your utility bill.
  • Enjoy being part of the change as we work together to create an EcoDistrict in the heart of the city.
  • Reduce your carbon footprint – just by living here!

Read about NORM in the News:

As many know, sustainability is of paramount importance to us here at Hassalo on Eighth. This is just one of the many ways in which we embrace the “green” lifestyle. We are extremely excited to have brought NORM to life and our sustainability efforts to another level. Just think: You could reduce your carbon footprint just by living here. Why not join us?



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01 Jul 2016

Hot Stops on Hassalo on Eighth’s MAX Routes

By: Management

If you’re new to Portland, the public transit system can be a little overwhelming. But with three of the biggest MAX lines stopping on our block, it’s easy to get to where you need to go! We took a look at TriMet’s Rail System Map this week to narrow down ten popular city locales that can be reached easily from Hassalo on Eighth. All you need to do is hop on at home, and hop off at the right MAX stop!

 


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If you’re new to Portland, the public transit system can be a little overwhelming. But with three of the biggest MAX lines stopping on our block, it’s easy to get to where you need to go! We took a look at TriMet’s Rail System Map this week to narrow down ten popular city locales that can be reached easily from Hassalo on Eighth. All you need to do is hop on at home, and hop off at the right MAX stop!

Hassalo on Eighth’s Top 10 MAX Stops

  1. Washington Park (Blue MAX > Hillsboro): “Park” is an understatement. Far more than just a park, Washington Park includes the Oregon Zoo, the International Rose Test Garden, Portland Japanese Garden, Hoyt Arboretum, Portland Children’s Museum, the World Forestry Center and an archery range to boot. With so many fun activities, it’s easy to spend an entire day at Washington Park.
  2. Cascade Station (Red MAX > Airport): Your one-stop shop for food, drinks and retail favorites such as Target, IKEA, Homegoods, Sport’s Authority, PetSmart, Buffalo Wild Wings and Famous Dave’s Barbecue. Catch the red at Hassalo on Eighth and hop off at Cascades to spend the day at this major shopping center!
  3. OMSI (Green MAX > SW Jackson; Orange > OMSI): Okay, you caught us… this has a train change, but it’s an easy one – and it’s worth noting that you can get to OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) easily from Hassalo! Simply board the green line to SW Jackson and switch to the Orange line to OMSI/Milwaukie at Pioneer Place. Ride over the new Tilikum Crossing bridge and de-board at the OMSI/SE Water stop to get your science on!
  4. Pioneer Place (Red MAX > City Center): Portland’s most popular mall, Pioneer Place, is ripe with fashionable retailers. Pioneer Place is also home to Punch Bowl Social, a fantastic place to gather with friends for a fun evening of food, bowling, darts and karaoke! It’s just a 15-20 minute ride to the Pioneer Place stop.
  5. Portland Airport (Red MAX > Airport): No need to take an Uber to the airport! Save big bucks by riding the MAX instead, and show up early to poke around in the shops near your gate. The red line to the airport begins running just after 4:30 AM and delivers you to the airport’s front door in about 30 minutes. It doesn’t get any better than that!
  6. Art on the Orange Line (Orange MAX > Milwaukie): Up for an adventure? Use this guide to explore the Orange line’s public art features. More than 25 projects between Hassalo on Eighth and Milwaukie reinforce the uniqueness of Portland’s culture and help to encourage sustainability and environmental stewardship. Board the green line to SW Jackson and change trains at Pioneer Place… then sit back and enjoy the scenery.
  7. Providence Park (Red MAX > City Center): If you’re a Portland native, then you already know that easy access to this stop is a big deal… and if you’re a newcomer, we’d be surprised if you haven’t already heard about the Timbers (2015 champs!) and the Thorns! These two teams are the center of Portland’s attention during soccer season. For a spirited experience you’ll never forget and yearn to relive, attend a game at Providence Park this season!
  8. Pioneer Courthouse (Blue MAX > Hillsboro): Commonly referred to as Portland’s living room, Pioneer Courthouse Square is home to the Portland Art Museum and many of the city’s major events, including the annual tree-lighting ceremony, Holiday Ale Festival and NW Book Festival. The square’s brick foundation in and of itself is built on a tradition. Portlanders are invited to buy a brick and have their name inscribed on its face as a symbol of the people who make the city so extraodinary.
  9. Waterfront (Green MAX > SW Jackson; Orange > SW Moody): 
    Another quick and easy train change will get you to South Waterfront, home of Portland’s summertime farmer’s market. Ride the green line to Jackson and transfer to the orange line. Hop off at South Waterfront/SW Moody on a Saturday morning to enjoy local restaurants, a walk along the water or Portland Saturday Market (opening March 5th)!
  10. Clackamas Town Center (Green MAX > Clackamas): If you’ve got time for a ride, you can take the green line out to Clackamas Town Center. It’s a slightly longer commute, but certainly worthwhile! Clackamas Town Center is another major shopping destination for Portland’s residents. Shop until you drop, and then grab lunch or dinner at the RAM, a favorite local restaurant and brewery.

Clearly, whether you’re vehicle-free, looking to save on gas or simply not in the mood to drive, the MAX can get you just about anywhere. At Hassalo on Eighth, public transit is truly at your doorstep. In short, what we mean to say is, “No wheels? No problem.”



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24 Jun 2016

Our Top 5 Sustainable Features

By: Management

At Hassalo on Eighth, we pride ourselves on our sustainable approach to urban living. Wake up every day in a fresh, beautiful home and become part of a vibrant, eco-friendly neighborhood just minutes from downtown!


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LEED Platinum certification was a driving force behind our community’s design; We took great care to ensure that our LEED features fit hand-in-hand with our stunning interior and exterior spaces. This week, we thought we’d share our top five sustainable features here at Hassalo on Eighth. Check it out:

#5: FRESH AIR

The indoor air system in our apartments offers heating and cooling, but there’s more: a vent in the system also pulls fresh outside air into each home. Additionally, the kitchen hood vents out any unwanted odors and moisture, and low-VOC finishes are used on floors, doors and walls. This keeps our homes free of harmful toxins!

#4: SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CHOICES

Built with high-efficiency appliances, overhead lighting that uses 20+ year LED bulbs and exterior wall insulation with an R-Value insulating power of over 20, Hassalo on Eighth is a leader in energy conservation. This saves our residents money, and the earth resources!

#3: RECYCLING AND COMPOSTING

Each of our three buildings offers on-site composting and recycling services, allowing residents to easily and effectively manage waste. Composting is a great way to save the earth’s valuable resources by keeping them out of the landfill. This in turn reduces waste management costs, which then reduces fuel use. It also supports water conservation since compost helps with moisture retention. It’s a beautiful, sustainable, earth-saving cycle!

#2: TRANSPORTATION

MAX and Portland Streetcar lines hug our neighborhood, and we have over 1,000 bike parking spaces on site along with access to some of Portland’s most frequented bike routes. With immediate access to TriMet’s MAX line and Portland Streetcar, we are the premier transit hub on the inner east side. It’s easy to get to where you need to go when you’re coming from Hassalo on Eighth!

#1: WATER CONSERVATION

All of our low-flow fixtures automatically reduce water usage, and then of course there’s NORM, our Natural Organic Recycling Machine. With NORM, every used drop of water from sinks, toilets, showers and laundry (also known as black and grey wastewater) is collected and stored by NORM. Norm then uses innovative treatment technologies to process and clean the wastewater, to be repurposed for lanscaping and toilet flushing. NORM is the largest natural urban wastewater recycling system in North America, and we’re proud to provide this benchmark for sustainable living both locally and globally!

NORM: Sustainable Wastewater Treatment

NORM: Sustainable Wastewater Treatment

 

At Hassalo on Eighth, our residents get to wake up every day in a fresh, beautiful home and be part of a vibrant, eco-friendly neighborhood just minutes from downtown – all while reducing their carbon footprint! If you want to become part of the change with us, find the building that fits your lifestyle and come in for a tour. Let’s talk leasing!



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