Company Overview

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Guerrilla Development is a real estate company focused on creating inventive and experimental projects that use both hemispheres of the br

Key People

Kevin Cavenaugh

Founder and CEO

Janet Ader

Financial Manager

Anna Mackay

Project Manager

Max Calabro

Asset Manager

Jennifer Strain

Accounting Specialist

Mathieu Deraspe

Project Manager

Featured Projects

The Zipper

The Zipper

2705 NE Sandy Blvd. • Portland, OR 97232

New construction completed July 2015//8,000 SF building on urban infill site//Features a lenticular art installation along 3 of 4 exterior facades//Tenants share indoor and outdoor seating areas, fire pits, high-volume bike parking, and bathrooms//Tenants include 4 micro-restaurants, a bar, a coffee shop, and a punk-rock nail salon.

2/3rds Project

2/3rds Project

8787 N Lombard St.  • Portland, OR 97217

14,100 SF new construction set to finish May 2015//Land given to Guerrilla for $1 by the City of Portland in an effort to bring a community gathering spot to downtown St. Johns, a Portland neighborhood.

Dr. Jim's Still Really Nice

Dr. Jim's Still Really Nice

3450 SE Alder Street • Portland, OR 97212

Adaptive reuse project completed in 2014//4 residential lofts retrofitted into an existing 9,506 SF turn-of-the-century dairy//Open-air interior courtyard enjoyed only by residents and their guests//Radiant floors throughout

The Ocean

The Ocean

2329 NE Glisan Street • Portland, OR 97213

//Adaptive reuse project completed in 2012//Transformed a 7,251 SF defunct car dealership into a 100% efficiency mixed-use development//Tenants include 6 micro-restaurants (all under 650 sf) and a 1,880 sf residential loft

Burnside Rocket

Burnside Rocket

1111 E Burnside St. • Portland, OR 97213

4-story commercial development completed in 2007//16,233 SF on 3,800 SF urban-infill site//LEED Platinum. Features include windows with art as window shades, an edible rooftop garden + water from an underground aquifer

Featured Press

Burnside Bridgehead: Designer's Disneyland

April 02, 2014 • Portland Monthly
Portland's most adventurous architecture firms have imagine four new buildings for the crossroads of E Burnside Street and Grand Avenue. Read More →