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WEEKLY UPDATE

Construction Updates Get Briefer!

Construction activity updates for The Windward along First Street and The Windward along “A” Avenue get shorter because they are very close to completion. It was fun to see trees being delivered this last week and chimney caps going on – always a sign of getting closer to completion. Packages delivery mailboxes were installed in the lobby of The Windward along First Street and there is lots of activity at our temporary leasing office at 33B Av. In LO.

We’ll keep you up to date on the final construction phase and as always if you have any questions or concerns about the construction, please contact the team at block137@lewisbuilds.com or (503) 937–9117.

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Go to http://www.livethewindward.com for leasing information

Here are the construction activities happening at The Windward this coming week.

The Windward along “A” Avenue – Oregon Rustic Inspired

On the exterior, painting is being touched up on the SW elevation and flashing started this week in the area. On the NW elevation, canopy steel is being installed this week. The chimney caps on the NE corner of the building were installed Friday January 12. Inside the building, plumbing fixtures are continuing to be installed on all 3 floors as well as appliances. The ground level lobby space is complete with drywall and paint is finishing up today, Friday January 12. Next week the wood ceiling will be installed and finishes will start going in.

The Windward along Second Street – Arts and Crafts Inspired

Hot rubber waterproofing is currently finishing up and being tested in the courtyard and walkways. Once the test passes, pavers will begin in the courtyard. Thin brick is being installed this week on the North portion of the West elevation. Cladding is being finished up this week on the South portion of the West elevation and it will be painted next week. The South elevation is getting finished this week and the scaffolding will be removed in two weeks. Inside the building, the ground floor units are having trim installed and painted this week and next. On the 1st floor, flooring is complete in the North units and started this week on the South units. On the 2nd floor, flooring will be installed in the next two weeks. On the 3rd floor, sinks are being installed today, January 12, in the North units and countertops will be installed starting next week. In the South units, paint is being finished up and vanities will be set next week. In the Conservatory, drywall will begin next week.

The Windward along First Street – English Tudor Inspired

Inside the building, the lobby of Building C is painted and the tile flooring was installed this week. The package delivery mailboxes were delivered and installed last week in this lobby. Pavers along first street continue to be installed with bollards and stone.

Below is what will be happening on the Block this coming week.

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Questions Regarding Project Site:
Dan Armstrong                (503) 937-9117           dan.armstrong@lewisbuilds.com

Questions Regarding Construction:
Matt Baker                        (503) 937-9117            matt.baker@lewisbuilds.com

Comments or Concerns:
Elaine Franklin                 (503) 819-2647         elainefranklin1@aol.com

Questions from Media:
Elaine Franklin                 (503) 819-2647         elainefranklin1@aol.com

Commercial/Retail Leasing:
Kathleen Healy                (503) 274-0211          kathleen@cra-nw.com
Scott Buth                        (503) 274-0211          scott@cra-nw.com
Ashley Heichelbech       (503) 274-0211          ashley@cra-nw.com

Residential Leasing:

livethewindward.com

Construction Project Office –  457 Second Street, Lake Oswego

January 12, 2018

January 12, 2018
Here is what will be happening this coming week.

Exterior canopies flashing on the SW elevation will continue at The Windward along “A”.

On the NW elevation of The Windward along “A” canopy steel will be installed.

Inside The Windward along “A” plumbing fixtures continue to be installed on the 3 upper floors.

Inside The Windward along “A” appliances continue to be installed on the 3 upper floors.

The wood ceiling of the Lobby of The Windward along “A” will be installed.

At The Windward along Second Street, waterproofing is being tested in the Courtyard and walkways. Once test passes, pavers will begin there.

At The Windward along Second Street, brick will be installed on the North portion of the West elevation.

Painting will begin on the South portion of the West elevation of The Windward along Second Street.

Inside The Windward along Second Street flooring will start to be installed on the 2nd floor.

On the 3rd floor in the North units of The Windward along Second Street, countertops will be installed.

1st floor North units of The Windward along Second Street flooring is ongoing.

Floor prep takes place in the South units of The Windward along Second Street.

Vanities continue to be installed in the South units of The Windward along Second Street.

On the 2nd floor of The Windward along Second Street painting of the South units.

On the South side the 2nd floor units of The Windward along Second Street countertops and kitchen tile will be installed.

In the South units on the 3rd floor of The Windward along Second Street painting continues.

In the South units on the 3rd floor of The Windward along Second Street vanities will be set.

In the Conservatory of The Windward along Second Street drywall will begin.

Inside the building of The Windward along First Street the lobby continues to be painted.

Bollards continue to be installed in the pavers along First Street.

As always don't hesitate to call or email any of the people listed on the left side of this page.

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