National Register of Historic Places (Listed, 1986), The Belle Court Apartment Building was built in 1912. It was designed by noted Oregon architect Ellis Fuller Lawrence. The brick and hollow tile and rises four stories in height atop a is symmetrically composed in its elevations and its mass is e figuration having its central entry in the recess, which is p building is finely detailed and features an elaborately framed jecting window bays, thick stone mull ions, tapestry brick exterior ornament and stone moldings which provide contrasting accents designed in the Jacobethan building is constructed of full basement. The building sentially a U-shaped conanted as a forecourt. The entrance, oriels, or profacing, and cast stone against the red brick. Belle Court was one of several first class apartment building district of Northwest Portland. Such buildings were designed and were constructed using the most up-to-date fire-proofing construction.
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