Kerns neighbors are protesting a three-story, 19-unit apartment building planned for 823 NE 29th Ave, reports the Hollywood Star News.
NW Labor Press wrote about a roadblock in plans for the Broadway Corridor. Negotiations over a Community Benefits Agreement, between the Healthy Communities Coalition, Prosper Portland and developer Continuum Partners, are reported to have “ground to a halt”.
The trust behind the Albina Vision has selected architecture firm El Dorado to move forward with planning work, reports the Portland Tribune.
An op-ed in the Daily Journal of Commerce asked “whose story and who decides?“* when it comes to historic preservation.
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