Stash Guests at a Super Cool (and Famous) Southeast Loft

Walk to many of Portland's best restaurants from developer Kevin Cavenaugh's airy, modern loft atop Coalition Brewing.

July 18, 2012

The 1,100-square-foot loft rests atop baby brewery Coalition Brewing, facing SE Ankeny Street between 27th and 28th, (A.K.A. prime people watching turf). Other neighbors: Crema Bakery & Café, Esparza’s Tex Mex (across the street), The Grilled Cheese Grill, and Vino, a cute wine shop and bar. And mere blocks away, some of Portland’s best eateries line SE 28th Street, among them Tabla, Navarre, Ken’s Artisan Pizza, Bamboo Sushi, and Alma Chocolates.

When it debuted in 2002, Southeast 28th Street’s Box & One mixed-use infill project garnered architectural praise—and a cameo in a coffee table book (Michael Crosbie’s Living Together). Now your visitors can call its 1,100-square-foot loft—smack in the middle of Restaurant Row—home for a night. Cavenaugh no longer owns the building, but the prominent Portland developer still manages one of the lofts as a vacation rental, which features two enormous garage-door-as-windows, a commercial kitchen, and a two-minute walk to to popular restaurants like Ken’s Artisan Pizza and Bamboo Sushi.

See inside this sleek Southeast space in our slide show.

Book it on; $150 per night, plus $75 cleaning fee

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