Project Description

Hedges Creek Corporate Park

Size: 123,458 SF  |  Location: Tualatin, OR  |  Client: Martin Real Estate

It takes only a glimpse to notice the concrete tilt-up buildings in the Hedges Creek corporate park stand out from their many counterparts in the industrial section of Tualatin, Oregon. They have a stature and sophistication that can be attributed to the many architectural details incorporated into the design. Consider these aspects that enhance the aesthetics of Building A, a 50,000-square-foot, two-story, flex-space structure.

  • The rusticated, stained, concrete exterior catches the eye with its natural look and shade variations.
  • Oversized, recessed windows with pre-cast sills, inset transom panels and deep reveals give the building depth and interest.
  • The cornice outlining the second-story roofline adds elegance and flare.
  • Glass and bronzed metallic canopies framing several entrances offer contrasts in texture and elevation, as well as protection from the weather.
  • Abundant large windows, with green-tinted, high-performance glazing, provide reflection while flooding both stories of the building with natural light.

Restaurant Draws in Community

Sitting across the parking lot is a companion building with similar features and materials in a single-story version. About one-half of the 6,600-square-foot building has become home to a bustling, upscale restaurant, which is named Industry. The other half is a successful event venue called Saint Irene’s. It’s available by appointment for parties, events, wine tastings, musical engagements and more. The two sides of the building share a kitchen, but offer different menus.

The retail building has the same thick, rusticated, stained, concrete walls, recessed windows and metal awnings as Building A.

Other highlights are:

  • Roll-up glass doors that open onto generous concrete patios for outdoor dining and events.
  • The windows are clear, high-performance glass with anodized silver frames, allowing abundant daylighting.
  • The exterior spandrel panels are painted dark green to better showcase signage for the businesses.
  • The roofline is trimmed with cornices at two heights, giving the building a solid, industrial look.

Both buildings feature high-quality, cast aluminum lighting fixtures and large-scale landscaping. The site is complete with access driveways and pedestrian paths finished in architectural concrete. Evergreen and conifer trees, arborvitae, rhododendron and carefully trimmed mature hedges border the buildings.