Weekly roundup: Convention Center Hotel, the Portland Building, Post Office Redevelopment and more

The Convention Center Hotel

The Convention Center Hotel

An article in Portland Monthly asked whether South Waterfront is ‘Portland’s Next Great Neighborhood?’

Portland Architecture visited the Radiator Building, the first of three buildings at One North to be completed.

A bill intended to clear the way for the Convention Center Hotel has headed to Governor Kate Brown’s desk. The project is currently undergoing Design Advice.

An overhaul of the Portland Building to address seismic and water issues is now estimated at $175 million.

The Portland Mercury asked whether the PDC is going to lose $500,000 on the Post Office Redevelopment — again.

GRAY magazine looked at COLAB’s Ankeny Lofts.

Howl and Growl Filling Station is coming to the Waterline Apartments.

The NW Examiner had an in depth look [PDF] at the recently completed Stadium Fred Meyer.

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