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Chuck Slothower
Reporter, development and real estate, Daily Journal of Commerce. Mayor of Sellwood. Tips: cslothower@djcoregon.com
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Chuck Slothower Nov 16
I'll be on tonight mumbling about the Broadway Corridor. It's so odd to be on the other side of an interview.
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Prosper Portland Nov 16
Wed 11/28: Join us for our 3rd Open House for the Broadway Corridor project at ! We'll present refined development concepts & ask you if we have the right mix of uses, activities, programs and public spaces. RSVP:
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Chuck Slothower Nov 16
This is my new favorite newspaper graphic.
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DJC Oregon Nov 16
A 21-story Goose Hollow tower designed by for Wood Partners has been approved by the Portland Design Commission:
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Chuck Slothower Nov 15
I wonder if they could be required to get licenses to limit their nos. Call them “medallions.” The drivers could even be employees of the companies they work for.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 15
Replying to @chuckslothower
The Design Commission has approved the ART Tower project, 4-0. This one was easy. Zari Santner: "This building from the beginning has had such a beautiful concept. I think it’s going to be a very distinguished building."
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Chuck Slothower Nov 15
I'm at the Design Commission for the proposed ART Tower in Goose Hollow, 1515 S.W. Morrison. It looks like it could be approved today. 314 apartments, 21 stories. Design by
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Chuck Slothower Nov 15
Replying to @brianlibby
Ouch.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 15
Replying to @chuckslothower
The Block 216 project team has said a hotelier is on board, but has not named it. It's worth noting that Four Seasons has no Portland outpost, but hotels in S.F., Seattle and Vancouver, B.C. Just speculating here.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 15
This proposed tower in downtown Minneapolis is very similar in program to Portland's Block 216 project. Luxury hotel (Four Seasons), office space, condos, underground parking, similar heights.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
Portland might finally have decent pizza: Sunny’s just opened in Sellwood. Same owners as a Cena. As unofficial mayor, I welcome them.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
Replying to @annargriff
That certainly seems the most promising, particularly since the school district and Esco sites are gone for PDP.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
Replying to @chuckslothower
McIsaac promised an announcement regarding a possible stadium site late this month, as has been previously reported.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
One property you can cross off the Monopoly board for Portland Diamond Project: Oaks Park. The baseball group has had no conversations regarding the 44-acre amusement park, spox John McIsaac says. PDP is not considering Milwaukie, either.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
It’s probably fine.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 14
Commissioner Fish says he "cannot support" the protest ordinance Mayor Wheeler is bringing before the Council today.
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Chuck Slothower Nov 13
Interesting column on WeWork's rise in commercial real estate. Has WeWork become too big to fail? (H/T ):
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Chuck Slothower Nov 13
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