The three architecturally unique buildings of The Windward combine aesthetics with practicality, resulting in a revitalized center where people can live, work, shop and play in harmony with the existing community. The building designs complement the European-influenced architectural styles prevalent in Lake Oswego –Oregon Rustic, Arts and Crafts, and English Tudor styles–tailored with layers of detail. The three buildings create an east-west public walkway between First and Second streets, and a north-south pedestrian walkway connecting Evergreen Road to the east-west walkway. The design creates a mix of places to sit, walk, stand, and enjoy the property while surrounded by beautiful landscaping.
This environmentally and economically sustainable development with its pedestrian walkways, landscaping, public artwork installed by the Lake Oswego Arts Council, private artwork, and seating areas invite the public to move around and through the buildings bringing a renewed sense of enthusiasm to the heart of the city without altering its charm.
The 200 multi-family residential units which sit atop nearly 43,000 square feet of retail/commercial
space are creating new vitality in the core of Lake Oswego.
For its vibrant residential community, the development features resort-style amenities including a landscaped courtyard with BBQs, a water feature, outdoor fireplace, and bocce ball court. Interior amenities include a spa and fitness center, club room with fireplace and chef’s kitchen, pet grooming studio, and a lake view conservatory for special events. All amenities have been designed to provide the best in residential services to match the high-quality of the development’s design and construction.
In addition, regional retail and restaurant favorites such as Salt & Straw, Bamboo Sushi, Adorn and Domaine Serene are being introduced to Lake Oswego through The Windward.
Visit www.livethewindward.com or call 503 636 1152