Palisociety and North 45 Projects return grand Portland hotel to its original use

Palisociety and North 45 Projects have preserved original details at this early 20th-century hotel in Portland, Oregon, which reopened this year as the Hotel Grand Stark.

Originally built in 1908, the building sits across the Willamette River from the city’s Downtown area and was formerly known as the Chamberlain Hotel.

Hotel Grand Stark occupies a 1908 building that was originally a hotel, but used until recently as a furniture workshop

Hotel Grand Stark takes its name from the intersection of SE Grand Avenue and SE Stark Street, where an ornate sign advertised the furniture workshop that had occupied the building

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