The Landing

The Landing

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The Landing will provide 237 apartments with resident amenities to Eugene’s Downtown River District. The building thoughtfully considers the site’s context, finding opportunities to enliven the street front and help create a vibrant neighborhood that will become a new, sought-after destination along the Willamette River.

The seven-story building will have studios, one-, and two-bedroom units, with eight live/work units located on the ground floor. Amenities include two clubrooms, a fitness center, and two amenity decks. Located on the third floor, one amenity deck focuses on creating a social space for residents with ample seating, outdoor cooking space, and a reflecting pool. Connected to the fitness center, the other amenity deck is more health-focused with an outdoor turf area for fitness activities such as Yoga. The building's structured parking garage will include space for 188 cars.

Design elements such as residential stoops, patios, abundant landscaping, thoughtful lighting and commercial storefronts will foster a vibrant pedestrian experience.

The site is located on a historically significant location in Eugene. The previously industrial area housed a network of mills that produced a variety of goods including flour, lumber, wool, furniture, and more. The material palette of the exterior references the industrial legacy of the site with brick and metal cladding. Large windows and brick panels are strategically arranged to establish a consistent architectural rhythm. A regular pattern of alternating brick pilasters with storefront infill at live/work units on the ground floor will create a welcoming public streetscape. These design elements will enrich the pedestrian experience, segmenting the large massing of the building into smaller, human-scaled proportions.

The building has been designed in partnership with adjoining Downtown River District developments to reinforce connections to the north along Mill Alley (designed as a pedestrian Paseo) and along High Street.

A key focus of the building’s design is a commitment to the health and well-being of residents and a dedication to sustainability. Energy modeling will be provided for the project to ensure energy efficiency of at least 10% better than code. The project is pursuing Earth Advantage Gold certification, which prioritizes things like energy and resource efficiency, healthy and durable building materials, and indoor environmental quality. The project will also pursue Fitwel certification, which promotes active and healthy living through assessing things like walkability and access to amenities, alternative transportation options, and safety and security. The building will incorporate a variety of strategies from both certifications to promote healthy living for residents and minimize the project’s environmental impact. The building will be non-smoking, provide an indoor/outdoor fitness center, include biophilic design elements, provide clear wayfinding, and evenly distribute exterior lights for increased safety, among many other design features.


Atkins Dame


Eugene, OR


Expected 2026


287,000 sq. ft.
237 units

Targeted Certifications

Earth Advantage