Former restaurant demolished to make way for professional offices
The building formerly known as Trillium Fare Restaurant is no more as crews make way for a new office building in Beaverton.
Demolition of the Osborne Street building started early Tuesday (Sept. 5) and is expected to be complete by the end of the day, according to Lisa Coulter, Office Manager for Tooth Crafters and Osborne Dental Office. Clean-up starts tomorrow (Sept. 6), she says, and foundation work will follow.
“It’s a huge undertaking,” Coulter says of what will be a 10,000-square foot professional building. The permits have been granted, everything has been approved, now it’s time to make it a reality.
“We’re just getting contractors organized,” she notes.
When construction is complete, Coulter says the building will include two floors with central elevators, a small cafe and space for at least four or five professional offices.
“It’s going to be gorgeous when it’s complete,” she says, noting there has already been significant interest from potential tenants.
“It will definitely be a huge improvement for our town.”