After Portland-based ZGF Architects were named the nation’s top firm, Portland Architecture profiled the firm and looked at how it achieved the title.
Walls of the City looked at whether mid rise buildings can be family friendly.
With the Pearl District Post Office now in PDC ownership, Portland Monthly reported on the PSU students who are coming up with ideas for the future of the site.
After more than 50 years of building barges in South Waterfront, Zidell Marine is now building its last barge. The firm will now concentrated on the redevelopment of the Zidell Yards. Last year Design Advice was offered for office building on Zidell Blocks 4 and 6, although neither building has moved forward since then.
The Business Tribune reported on the “lightened up” iteration of Modera Davis, which was recently approved by the Design Commission.
OPB’s ‘State of Wonder’ covered the wood framed Albina Yard, the recently completed North Portland office building that is the first building to use domestically fabricated structural CLT panels.
The Portland Business Journal reported on the 6 Portland health organizations that have pledged $21.5M for low-income housing projects. The money will help fund three projects, in partnership with Central City Concern: the Eastside Health Center at NE 122nd and Burnside; the Stark Street Apartments at 12647 S.E. Stark St; and the Interstate Apartments at 6905 N. Interstate Ave. The paper also provided renderings of the three projects.
The Business Tribune looked at the Jantzen Apartments, which recently went before the Design Commission for its first hearing.
The DJC published photos of the demolition of a single story building in downtown, which is set to be replaced by the new office building at 1127 SW Morrison St.