The Signal will offer extensive bike parking and car parking spaces will be optional.
(Rendering courtesy Metro)
Beaverton is looking to get a slice of Portland’s walkable-bikeable apartment boom.
Tomorrow morning, developers and city officials will break ground at the vacant lot at Southwest First Street and Angel Avenue in Beaverton’s streetcar-era Old Town neighborhood, officially kicking off construction of The Signal.
The four-story building will be about two blocks from Beaverton High School, half a mile from the Beaverton Transit Center and 2.5 miles from Nike headquarters.