- The Design Commission approved the Jefferson 14 Apartments and the Tess O’Brien Apartments. The Commission offered Design Advice on the PSU School of Business Administration and Front 17.
- At the Oregonian, Elliott Njus wrote about the micro apartments proposed at 6012 SE Yamhill St.
- Portland Monthly’s Karen Brooks wrote about Pine Street Market, the new food hall planned for SW 2nd and Pine.
- Brian Libby of Portland Architecture published an interview with John Schleuning of SRG Partnership.
- SERA Architects plan to open to an office in Silicon Valley. SERA project that have been featured on Next Portland include Worldmark by Wyndham, 12th & Clay, AC by Marriott and the renovation/expansion of the Whidden & Lewis building.
- The Portland Chronicle wrote about a community meeting for a proposed building by UDG at 1916 SE 50th.
- The Oregonian reported that the Regal 8 movie theater at the Lloyd Center will close at the end of the month, and be replaced with a creative office development. This project is part of a $50 million redevelopment of the 1960’s mall, which includes a new entry and storefronts along NE Multnomah.
- Eater PDX reported that Rocio’s is set to open in the Creston Lofts at 2850 SE Gladstone St. The new restaurant is a spin off of Ponce’s, “a Beloved San Diego Mexican Joint.”
- The Portland Chronicle published photos of a house at 3423 SE Hawthorne Blvd which is set to be replaced by a 4-story apartment building.
Front 17, a project which will develop 2 acres of vacant along NW Front Ave, is currently going through the Design Advice process. The project will include ground floor retail, an office building, apartments and townhouses. The design is by YBA Architects for Guardian Real Estate Services.