BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

Bay 13

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

Bay 13

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

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TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

BAY 13

Bay 13 is a 7,800 square foot restaurant located in the “pipe shed” portion of the historic Crane Building in the Pearl District of Portland Oregon. Featuring seafood as its main epicurean offering, it includes a sushi bar, eating counter, main dining room, private dining rooms, outdoor dining, and a retail market. The restaurant includes 250 indoor seats and 64 outdoor seats.

The main entrance to the restaurant is from the existing truck dock, located adjacent to the new handicap lift which provides disabled access to the existing warehouse space. Affronting 13th Avenue the existing dock has become an outdoor dining area where a new storefront system that has large sliding door panels and open the interior to the exterior truck dock. The sliding door panels are reminiscent of the previous door system that allowed the historic portion of the Crane Building to operate as a warehouse.

The storefront along 13th  Avenue also allows pedestrians a view into the restaurant activity and brings light deep into the restaurant space. Two ceramic tile walls with large porthole windows break the rhythm of the storefront to give the elevation proportion and scale, help to obscure the new seismic braces that have been added to strengthen the buildings structure, and to emphasize the seafood focus of the restaurant. Materials such as metal siding and roofs were selected to respect the historic nature of the building. A muted palette of yellows, beiges, and grays are incorporated into the exterior so as to correlate well with the existing brick.

TYPE: New restaurant in historic building

SIZE: 7,800 sq ft; 250 indoor, 64 outdoor seats

COMPLETION DATE: March 2007

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Smith

Project Architect: Stephanie Kinnick

Contractor: Andy Morris

Consultants

Structural Engineer: Mark Tobin

Mechanical Engineer: HMI Mechanical Contractors

Electrical Engineer: Ochsner Electric, Inc

Kitchen Consultant: Federighi Food Machinery, Inc.

Photography: Cesar Rubio

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