We’re back after taking a summer vacation. This roundup covers development news from the last two weeks.
The Oregonian reported that millions in infrastructure costs sank the Zidell Yards development in South Waterfront.
With the main post office in the Pearl now closed, BikePortland reported that the risk to cyclists from right-hook collisions has dropped. The site is set to redeveloped as part of the Broadway Corridor Plan.
The Oregonian took a first look at the newly completed Canopy by Hilton hotel in Pearl District.
Demolition has begun on the former Lotus Cardroom and Cafe, according to the Oregonian. The building is being torn down to make way for the 20-story 3rd and Salmon hotel tower.
The NW Examiner looked into what might happen with ESCO site on NW Vaughn.
City Observatory praised the Portland City Council for reversing its early denial of the Fremont Place Apartments, but noted that the City Council did not approve a zone change for a site at 126 NE Alberta St that would have allowed the construction of 50 below-market, affordable apartments adjacent to the Alberta Abbey.
The Daily Journal of Commerce reported on the redevelopment of the YMCA at 6036 SE Foster Rd, which will combine a full-service daycare facility with 48 new apartments*.
Portland Architecture wrote about Heartline, the Pearl district development that presents an alternative to the podium typology.
The latest potential buyer for Centennial Mills has plans for plans for condos, a park and affordable housing, according to the Portland Tribune.
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