An aerial view of Munjoy Hill showcases the sprawling development that has occurred in recent years, including a senior housing tower and Fort Allen Park at bottom right. Staff photo by Gabe Souza About two-thirds of the buildings on Munjoy Hill have architectural details and character that could contribute to a local historic district, a […]
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Canada’s industrial real estate sector is as hot as it’s ever been and the legalization of recreational pot will only add to the demand. The country’s eight biggest weed companies will require more than 8 million square feet of space for growing marijuana by 2020, up more than fivefold from current levels, according to a […]
It’s deadline day at the Biz J, and I’m scrambling. So let’s get right to it. Big departure There’s not much talk floating around about it, but the departure of Bill Neburka from Works Project Architecture earlier this year seems like kind of a big deal. Neburka co-founded the respected Portland firm with Carrie Strickland, […]
The three-day weekend has made for a quieter start to the rumor mill this week, but here’s what we’re hearing so far. Green Zebra looking for green Local health-minded convenience store company Green Zebra Grocery is up to three Portland locations with a fourth supposedly on the way at Southeast Division Street and Southeast 50th […]
A hit-and-run has left multiple people injured on Portland State University Campus. KOIN-TV PORTLAND, Ore. — Three people were injured after a hit-and-run crash on the campus of Portland State University, authorities said. The crash was reported around 10 a.m. Friday. Three adult female victims were struck by the vehicle as they walked on a […]
PORTLAND, Ore. – Investors can now get special tax breaks in some of Portland’s highest-rent neighborhoods, after downtown Portland, the Pearl District and south waterfront were chosen along with 86 other areas in Oregon in need of revitalization.
Oregon State University has a billion-dollar endowment that is fed by pouring ever more students into our community, in numbers that aren’t sustainable. That alone would cause a housing problem. Additionally, Benton County is also burdened with some of the worst income inequality in the United States.
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As Portland Aims for the Major Leagues, Which Comes First: The Ballclub or the Ballpark? Landing a Major League Baseball franchise in Portland is a chicken-and-egg proposition. So which comes first: buying property for a stadium or securing a team? Steve Kanter, the former Lewis & Clark Law dean who was one of the leaders […]
PORTLAND, Ore. — Now that real money has been offered for two stadium sites in Portland, the baseball push is real. But even more important than a stadium is a team. Gerard Mildner, the Academic Director of the Portland State University Center for Real Estate, studies the movement of sports teams, and says there are […]
Three quick hits from behind the retail and real estate scenes this week: Something’s brewing downtown Downtown fans of Southeast Portland’s Upper Left Roasters will perk up with this: The coffee company is reportedly on track to open a new shop on the ground floor of the former Meier & Frank Building downtown.