The DJC wrote about how after decades of broken promises, Prosper Portland and Emanuel Hospital announced plans to redevelop a site at N Williams and Knott. According to the paper the project is “likely to include some use by Legacy Health, along with a mix of affordable housing, retail and possibly office space.”
After almost 30 years of plans, ground finally broke on the Convention Center Hotel, writes the Portland Business Journal.
In a cover story about how Portland is changing, the Willamette Week looked at 7 places where this city could soon go big.
The Design Commission last week approved the Providence Park Expansion, according to the Oregonian.
City Observatory looked at how luxury housing becomes affordable, with historic examples in Portland.
With very few new projects submitted to-date under the city’s new inclusionary zoning ordinance, BikePortland looked at Urban Development Group’s plans to swap parking for affordable housing at 2548 SE Ankeny St, 316 NE 28th Ave and 2789 NE Halsey St.
The Portland Tribune reported on slips in the schedule for two city initiatives designed to tackle housing affordability: adoption of the Residential Infill Project, which is now delayed until late 2018; and spending of the voter approved affordable housing bond.