Portland Architecture wrote about the wonder of Kengo Kuma’s Cultural Crossing at the Portland Japanese Garden.
The Business Tribune reported on the retirees developing the PDX Commons, a four-story co-housing condominium on SE Belmont St.
The Rothko Pavilion at the Portland Art Museum would prohibit biking, limit walking access near South Park Blocks, according to BikePortland.
The DJC looked at how PSU is looking to score big* with the Viking Pavilion.
The NW Examiner broke the news that a proposal for music venue at 2034 NW 27th Ave, which would have had a capacity of up to 3,000, has been withdrawn.
Oregon Business reported on how more manufacturers are needed to jumpstart mass timber industry.
The Oregon Office of Economic Analysis argued that the housing recovery is still incomplete.
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