The Convention Center Hotel
An article in Portland Monthly asked whether South Waterfront is ‘Portland’s Next Great Neighborhood?’
Portland Architecture visited the Radiator Building, the first of three buildings at One North to be completed.
A bill intended to clear the way for the Convention Center Hotel has headed to Governor Kate Brown’s desk. The project is currently undergoing Design Advice.
An overhaul of the Portland Building to address seismic and water issues is now estimated at $175 million.
The Portland Mercury asked whether the PDC is going to lose $500,000 on the Post Office Redevelopment — again.
GRAY magazine looked at COLAB’s Ankeny Lofts.
Howl and Growl Filling Station is coming to the Waterline Apartments.
The NW Examiner had an in depth look [PDF] at the recently completed Stadium Fred Meyer.
Ankeny Row cohousing
Multnomah County chose the site at the Hawthorne Bridgehead as the site for the future Multnomah County Courthouse.
The Portland Business Journal published photos of the under construction One North development on N Williams Ave.
The Oregonian looked at how the recently completed Ankeny Row incorporates sustainable design into a project designed for retirees looking to downsize.
Running over budget, the Franklin High School Modernization has gone through a $20 million value engineering exercise.
The City intends to buy Block 26 from Hoyt Street Properties for $1.3 million, a price 13% below market value. The Pearl District property will be used for an affordable housing project.
BikePortland looked at the ‘beautiful’ bike parking at the PNCA 511 Building.
With just a few weeks to go until the Hotel Eastlund opens, the Portland Business Journal had a look at the progress.
Milwaukie Way retail
The Oregonian continued their series on the rapidly changing Central Eastside. One article looked at Ancient Heritage Dairy, which will soon open in the 626 SE Main building. Another focused on The Redd, the planned food and agriculture incubator project by the Ecotrust.
Construction has started on Milwaukie Way, a retail project designed by Ben Waechter, adjacent to a former funeral home in Westmoreland.
The DJC published construction photos of the Hotel Eastlund, which is set to open in May.
Cup and Bar, a joint cafe and roastery by Trailhead Coffee and Ranger Chocolate, was set to open this week in the newly renovated 107 NE Grand building.
The Portland Business Journal published photos of the under construction Lyon Court retail building at NE Fremont and 24th.
In ‘Simplifying the Curve’ the DJC wrote about the technical challenges in realizing the curved facades at One North.
One North, a collection of 3 office buildings around a shared courtyard, is currently under construction on N Fremont between N Williams and N Vancouver. The project is a collaboration between different architects, developers and contractors. Located one block north of New Seasons, the buildings will reuse waste heat from the store.
Clockwise from right: East Building; West Building; The Radiator