The DJC wrote about Maxine Fitzpatrick, executive director of Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc, who hopes to build 1,000 affordable housing units over the course of 10 years*.
The Skanner News wrote about how displaced black residents will receive priority at PCRI’s Beatrice Morrow apartments.
The Hollywood Star News reported that demolition has begun on the existing structures that will be replaced by a 206-unit apartment building at 2869 NE Sandy Blvd.
The Business Tribune took a look at a day in the life of a carpenter working on the OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building.
With another tenant signed at Pearl West, the building is nearing capacity, according to the Portland Business Journal.
The retailer that will replace AMF at 3031 SE Powell Blvd is Target, reported the Portland Mercury.
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I wonder if Katie O’Brien’s is staying open at 28th and Sandy. Website is still up and Google Maps says it’s open. Are they building around it, like with the Burgerville near the Convention Center?
Looks like it, based on the property boundaries:
Is there no photo of the proposed 206 unit apartment building slated to replace the buildings at NE 28th and Sandy? I’m curious what it will look like.
Sad to see that old house go. It used to house the Climb Max climbing store. I bought all my alpine climb gear from there!