The DJC published photos of NAYA Generations, the intergenerational affordable housing project* that’s about to open in Lents at the site of the former Foster Elementary School.
Places over Time wrote about two projects in the Central Eastside, 550 SE MLK Jr Blvd and Grand Belmont; one of which is reviewed by the Design Commission and the other by the Historic Landmarks Commission.
A story in the Oregonian profiled D.R. Johnson, the Douglas County mill that is producing the cross-laminated timber that will be used in a new generation of high rise wood buildings.
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