1025 N.W. Couch Street
The Henry – a 15-story luxury high rise – was completed in 2004. It is adjacent to the historic Portland Armory, home of the Gerding Theater in the popular Brewery Blocks area of the Pearl District.
The 123 units range in size from 755 to 2,945 feet. Amenities include floor plans with defined living spaces and graduated ceiling heights; dramatic lobby with Bullseye glass light installation; state of the art security and concierge service. The Henry is a “green building” -- meeting Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) requirements -- the second LEED Gold-certified condominium project in the US and the first west of New York City. According to Brightworks, a sustainability advisor on the project, “The Henry has aggressive energy conservation targets, high recycled materials content, extensive daylighting, extensive use of certified wood, and low-VOC interior finishes and paints. The Henry also features an air-to-water heat exchange system that captures waste heat to pre-heat the building's domestic hot water, saving energy and lowering utility bills for its owners. This system, combined with super-efficient lighting design, shading on the southern facade, and a range of other performance-enhancing features add up to energy savings of over forty percent.”
The Henry is located right on the Portland Streetcar line providing easy access to downtown, the South Waterfront and NW 23rd. Ground floor retail includes Adidas Originals, Sole, Ten-01 and Lucy.
Developer : Gerding Edlen
Architect : GBD Architects
Builder: Hoffman Construction