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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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Demolition is proposed of a historic (1884) single-family home on my block in Sellwood. The zoning is R 2.5, so it could be single-family, duplex, etc. It'll be interesting to see up close.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 19
Downtown Portland's loss is Hillsboro's gain. I assume they saw the writing on the wall with the Block 216 project.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 18
Replying to @pinwheelempire
Realistically, though, it’s going to be something like Nike or Intel.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 18
Replying to @pinwheelempire
Otto’s Sausage Kitchen
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Chuck Slothower Sep 18
Replying to @seanrea_
Yeah. Yeah, it is. It could be unlocked at some point.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 18
The first time I heard the word "woonerf" I thought it was funny. By about the 20th time, I thought I better write a story. I wrote 1,300 words about woonerfs. Please click so my boss doesn't yell at me.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 18
Replying to @chuckslothower
NBP Capital is interesting. They're 70 percent owned by German-American billionaire Nicolas Berggruen's Berggruen Properties out of L.A. (the rest is the Noecker family). NBP is finishing construction on the 232-unit Sellwood Apartments.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 18
Multnomah County commissioners are set to vote shortly on selling the historic courthouse building to NBP Capital for $28 million.
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Portland Fire&Rescue Sep 18
SE 122nd & Pardee: SE PF&R crews on scene of gas leak. Construction crews hit line in trench. No evacuations at this time. is on the way. Expect traffic delays in the area.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 17
Replying to @chuckslothower
Mildner replied today with a comment on the article.
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DJC Oregon Sep 17
This story is now unlocked and free to read for non-subscribers for the next week. 🔓
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Chuck Slothower Sep 17
I've seen a couple of fire whirls (the correct term). They're rad when you're at a safe distance.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 16
ICYMYI late Friday, my story from the City Club debate that turned on questions of racism and privilege.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
Replying to @chuckslothower
Then Andy Duyck said the "race card" had been played against him. He was quickly informed that's not the preferred nomenclature.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
Replying to @chuckslothower
Question from an audience member: “Hearing two white men discuss the concept of ‘do no harm’ to those burdened by this bond financially sounds like privilege and supremacy. How can we trust your opinion as a ‘no’ vote when it feels so rooted in racism?”
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
So, today's City Club debate on Metro's affordable housing bond turned into a bit of a stem-winder.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
Specht has signed a medical distributor to a nearly 300,000-square-foot warehouse lease in Gresham.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
Replying to @chuckslothower
And here's the story:
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
"Accommodate" should have one "m," imo. Maybe even cut a "c," and get it down to Acomodate.
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Chuck Slothower Sep 14
Here's our story on the Housing Bureau buying the Westwind Apartments in Old Town-Chinatown. It might be a teardown, spox for Mayor Ted Wheeler says.
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