OPB reporting on how Portland Art Museum is adapting plans for the Rothko Pavilion in order to win over critics.
According to the Oregonian the bidder that intended to purchase an Alaska ferry for use as a floating hotel at 2260 NW Front Ave has backed out of the deal.
The Willamette Week reported that Lents will get a new craft beer bar with food carts, in a currently under construction development at 9316 SE Woodstock Blvd.
The Hollywood Star News reported on the construction of a seven-story, 162-unit condominium project at 1177 NE 21st Ave.
The DJC published photos of the self storage building rising at 910 SE 7th Ave.
Prosper Portland, the agency formerly known as the Portland Development Commission, struggles to make money from the property it owns, writes the Oregonian.
Portlanders for Parking Reform wrote about how a project at 1717 SE Tenino St will include less affordable housing but more parking spaces, as a result of city regulations.
The NW Examiner looked at conflicting opinions of Pearl District residents regarding views of the Fremont Bridge that would be blocked by the Fremont Place apartment tower, which is currently going through design review.
The Portland City Council approved financing and transfer of the land for Block 45. With all 240 units now planned to be affordable, the building will be city’s largest single building affordable housing development in 50 years.
The Portland Mercury reported on how the Republican tax plan would eliminate eliminate private activity bonds, a tool commonly used to fund affordable housing projects across the country.
The Willamette Week looked at a potential conflict between two of Governor Brown’s priorities, timber towers and clean air.