Work has wrapped up on the original scope of the Lloyd Center remodel, however future phases will now include repurposing the anchor building formerly occupied by Nordstrom.
The DJC reported that unreinforced masonry building owners are fuming over a mandatory seismic retrofit proposal*.
Portland For Everyone interviewed “Surly Urbanist” Jamaal Green about building a pro-housing political alliance.
The Business Tribune reported on a study that ranks Portland No. 21 out of 50 metro areas in terms of hardest cities to add necessary new apartments.
According to the Willamette Week, the Portland Housing Bureau will purchase a property at 3000 SE Powell Blvd, which could be developed into as many as 300 units of affordable housing.
Oregon could “lose $80 million a year in federal housing funding in the proposed White House budget”, writes the Oregonian.
The Hollywood Star News wrote about Laurel 42, the six story project with mechanical parking rising in Hollywood.
The Business Tribune reported that Pearl West, Portland’s first post-recession office building, has been sold by its developer to LaSalle Investment Management.
The Oregonian wrote about how the Lloyd Center Remodel is a lot bigger than originally planned. The new entry plaza and helical stair opened last week, but will be joined in the future by the West Anchor Remodel and East Anchor Remodel, where a new cinema will replace a portion of the space currently occupied by Sears.
The DJC published construction photos of the Field Office, currently rising in Northwest Portland.
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