Weekly Roundup: Lents Town Center, Dean River Apartments, Laurelwood Center, and more

Prosper Portland is moving forward with a second phase of development in Lents Tower Center.

The Oregonian reported that the developers of the Block 216 tower are betting on achieving record prices, with $1,350 to $1,900 per square foot condominiums units and hotel rooms at an average rate of $450 a night.

Prosper Portland is moving forward with a second phase of development in Lents Tower Center, reports the Oregonian. Blocks D & E at SE 92nd Ave will include 244 units of multifamily rental housing; the adjacent Block F will be offered to the Portland Housing Bureau for affordable housing; and the Bakery Blocks site at 5716 SE 92nd Ave will include new commercial space and a public plaza, with the retention of Zoiglhaus Brewing.

The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about developments along the MAX Orange Line*, including the under-construction Dean River Apartments at 3255 SE 17th Ave, and proposed projects at 4245 SE Milwaukie and SE 8th & Division.

KGW looked inside the Laurelwood Center at 6144 SE Foster Rd. The shelter has 120 beds, which will be allocated mostly to women and couples.

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Weekly Roundup: Jupiter NEXT hotel, Allan Building, Multnomah County Central Courthouse, and more

The Allan Building would rise to to a height of seven stories and include over 70,000 sq ft of occupied space.

The Daily Journal of Commerce wrote about two Central Eastside industrial office buildings* proposed by Intrinsic Ventures: the Allan Building at 2455 SE 11th Ave and SE 8th & Division building at 2445 SE 8th Ave.

The Willamette Week reported that the new Multnomah County Central Courthouse comes with a solar-energy system that will take more than a century to pay for itself.

The Portland Business Journal took a first look at the Jupiter NEXT hotel, which is scheduled to open next month.

Affordable housing developers face rising costs. The Willamette Week reports that Mayor Ted Wheeler isn’t plugging the hole.

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