Eater Portland wrote about the four unique dining options planned at Hilton’s new downtown hotel, The Porter.
The Willamette Week covered 6 cities that are “smarter than Portland about housing.”
A 200 bed shelter at 320 NW Hoyt St is inching forward, reports the Portland Mercury.
The Oregonian wrote about a city council vote on whether to subsidize affordable housing at Riverplace Parcel 3. Later that day the council voted 4-0 to move forward with the development.
Mayor Wheeler ousted the director of the Portland Housing Bureau, Kurt Creager.
BikePortland wrote about the Portland Art Museum’s return in front of city council, in order to ask permission to modify an easement and allow construction of the Rothko Pavilion.