Weekly Roundup: NIR Center, 5020 Condos, Providence Park, and more

The NIR Center includes two connected buildings with a total of 347,000 sq ft of space for
early- and mid-stage bioscience and technology companies.

The Portland Business Journal took a first look (subscription required) at the New Industrial Revolution Center, a 10-story biotech incubator planned at 920 SE Stark.

Inclusionary housing production is lagging goals,* writes the Daily Journal of Commerce.

A partnership between Proud Ground and Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East will enable to the 5020 Condos to cater to residents harmed by urban renewal, reports the Portland Business Journal.

Portland Architecture published a conversation with Base Design + Architecture, a young firm whose work includes a modular building at 1590 SE Holgate that is set to break ground soon.

The Portland Diamond Project released new renderings of the proposed riverfront baseball stadium.

The Oregonian looked at what an expanded Providence Park will mean for parking and traffic near the stadium.

Build-your-own poke shop Olia Poke & Tea will open in the OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building, reports Eater Portland.

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Roundup: NIR Center, 5020 Condos, Providence Park, and more

  1. Anyone know if there’s a transportation demand management plan for the stadium project? Seems like it should be DOA unless there’s really good transit access.

  2. New Industrial Revolution Center on 920 SE Stark is surprisingly tall for the location. It is taller than the Goat Blocks and developments on MLK and Grand. The “tower” next to the Weatherly building is only 12 stories. The Burnside Bridgehead buildings are taller, but most other developments in the CEID are in the 4-7 story range. This looks like a great project to me, and the height seems appropriate, I am just surprised by it.

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