Welcome

We’re the building with the wind turbines on top—the rebellious ones. We are a staple amongst our neighbors—confident in our localness and honest in our efforts. We evolve, change and expect more.

We love our art. We like cars; but think bikes are better. We don’t just recycle, we compost too. 85 lbs of fur and slobber doesn’t scare us; the landfill does. We think LEED is still cool; and have a Platinum designation to prove it.

Livable Place Index™

people

People

Walk Score®: 100, Walker’s Paradise
Transit Score®: 91, Excellent Transit
Bike Score™: 94, Very Bikeable

planet

Planet

Energy: 4,113,404 kWh (375 homes powered)
Air: 559 MT CO offset (114 cars off the road)
Water: 3,559,079 GAL (117,954 showers)

prosperity

Prosperity

Economic impact: $76,500,000
Jobs created: 2,353 total

The Livable Place Index™ is Gerding Edlen’s system of metrics measuring our dedication to people, planet, and prosperity.

The Indigo lobby features the work of world-renowned artist Jun Kaneko. The ceramic tile mural by Kaneko spans the entire length of the lobby.

Interiors

Well-designed living spaces with floor-to-ceiling glass windows Modern kitchens with gas ranges Renewable bamboo hardwood floors and cabinets Sustainable wool carpets Non‑toxic finishes Energy Star-rated appliances and low-flow fixtures
Reclaimed timber from the historic Sellwood trolley barn was repurposed in the lobby to create a woven wall of Douglas Fir.

Amenities

24/7 Concierge

24/7 concierge service to help with:

  • Move-in coordination
  • Housekeeping service arrangements
  • Entertainment and dining reservations
  • Grocery delivery coordination
  • Guest suite reservations
  • Business services

Room Service

Room service delivery available from a host of nearby restaurants in the West End neighborhood, including:

  • Masu
  • Jake’s
  • Cheryl’s

Additional Services

  • Two hotel suites available by reservation for resident guests
  • On-site personal training and access to fitness studio 24/7
A solar thermal system generates up to 60% of the Indigo’s hot water demand over the course of the year.

Neighborhood

Rainwater that is harvested and collected from the rooftop provides water for toilet flushing and irrigation.

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