SCP in Oregon Reopens
Hotel designed by Kelly Ogden of ELK Collective
Soul Community Planet will reopen The New Hotel Redmond by SCP in Oregon after a two-year, $7 million renovation.
The redevelopment of a 41,000-sq.-ft., 49-room hotel was made possible through a public-private partnership between the city of Redmond and the developer--a partnership managed by Alpha Wave Investors and RevOZ Capital. The city of Redmond, through its Redmond Urban Renewal Agency, provided a $3.53 million investment in the project.
Designer Kelly Ogden of Portland, Oregon-based ELK Collective led the project’s design. Built in 1927, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and embodies the essential core values of the SCP brand: Soul (personal wellness), Community (social good) and Planet (the environment). The hotel’s renovation took the vintage structure down to its bones, replacing outdated infrastructure with modern and efficient plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. This included the use of green materials and eco-friendly products and added features such as living green walls on the rooftop and SCP’s signature hand-painted murals throughout. The four-story hotel has a full brick exterior and an all-new rooftop indoor/outdoor social garden.
The Rooftop, a 1,500-sq.-foot rooftop social garden (restaurant/bar), will open in August, with the full hotel along with SCP Commons, its co-working and social space. SCP Provisions market will open in the fall.
Photo: Soul Community Planet