The Business Tribune wrote about Riverplace Parcel 3, which will form the final piece in the decades long redevelopment of the site.
The PSU Karl Miller Center, with its massive atrium, gives the university “a sense of place“, says the Business Tribune. The Portland Business Journal published photos of the “striking” new business school.
Amazon.com has opened a staffed pick-up location in the ground floor of the Sky3 Apartments, writes KATU.
A floating hotel at 2260 NW Front Ave has moved “one step closer to reality as developer submits high bid” for an Alaskan ferry, reports the Oregonian.
6 months in, Portland For Everyone wrote about the success to date of the city’s inclusionary housing rules.
After years where years where Portland has been growing faster than its suburbs, the suburbs are again outpacing the city*, writes the DJC.
The Portland Timbers will begin construction on the Providence Park Expansion following the conclusion of 2017 season, reports The Oregonian.
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