Construction at Beaverton Central
Exciting changes are coming to Beaverton Central
As the number of people living, working, and visiting the area continues to increase, several large projects, both public and private, are currently under construction to accommodate them.
Parking During Construction
There are several available locations to park in and around the District. Depending on your reason for visiting the area or destination, your options may change. Please refer to the attached links and maps for the most up to date and accurate information that pertains to you.
Remember to be aware of and follow all posted signs and regulations. The City of Beaverton does not manage private off-street parking lots and garages and unauthorized vehicles may be towed at the owner’s expense.
Projects Under Construction:
Patricia Reser Center for the Arts
The Patricia Reser Center for the Arts will be a world–class multidisciplinary arts center in Beaverton Central District providing more access to arts, entertainment, and educational programming for residents and visitors. The project is led by the City of Beaverton and a capital campaign to raise the remaining funds for the center is being led by the Beaverton Arts Foundation. Once completed, the space will house a 550-seat performance theater and host traveling performances, a visual art gallery, and business, civic and social events. Construction for this project is being managed by Skanska and they have provided their project updates below.
Beaverton Central District Parking Garage
This public garage in the heart of Beaverton Central is being built to accommodate the growing parking needs of Downtown Beaverton. The space will feature six floors of parking, approximately 7,000 square feet of new commercial space, and public art by regional artists. Funding for this garage comes from the Beaverton Urban Redevelopment Agency (BURA). Construction for this project is being managed by Skanska and they have provided their project updates below.
Hyatt House Hotel
Supreme Bright Beaverton is constructing an urban-style five-story Hyatt House Hotel with 125 business suites on the southwest corner of SW Rose Biggi Avenue and SW Crescent Street. The hotel will include a lobby bar, board room, guest kitchen, podium patio and fitness center. A separate 2,600 square foot destination restaurant will have direct access to the street. This project is being built by Deacon Construction. It is expected the hotel will be completed at the end of 2020, beginning of 2021.