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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 2h
Indeed. I ran out of characters.
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Chuck Slothower 2h
An economist was asked what trade-offs the business community needs to make for more housing. “The trade-off is going to be the parking spot in front of your house. It’s going to be how many neighbors you have in your leafy, single-family neighborhood.”
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Chuck Slothower 3h
Chuck Norris, no. Chuck Schumer, also probably no.
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rat king 3h
landlords should prorate february
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Christopher Flavelle Feb 21
I hate predictions but this one seems safe: At some point, we’re going to stop worrying about whether we can afford to cut emissions, and instead start worrying about whether we can cut them fast enough.
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Chuck Slothower 6h
Sometimes, there's so much beauty in the world. 😢
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Chuck Slothower Feb 21
I should credit Portland's with the design and renderings.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 21
Having covered development for a while, government regulators don't really address that question. That's for the developer to determine. The city wrestles with height limits, building materials, design coherency, etc.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 21
The Lexus dealership planned for Northeast Sandy Boulevard and 31st Avenue is ... not small. The project's Design Commission hearing is this evening.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 21
TV news is bad.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 21
A building permit has been issued for a 91-unit apartment building with 19 parking spaces at S.E. 17th and Tenino in , the site of the former Mike's Drive-in. The developer is Dennis Sackhoff's Urban Development Group.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 21
One day, February will end. 🏌️‍♂️
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Chuck Slothower Feb 20
NBP Capital could build up to 3 million square feet of new construction in the RiverPlace area. A master plan process is ahead.
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iain 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏳️‍🌈 Feb 20
Listening to a BPS presentation about the Green Loop, where they mention that Houston is also planning a similar Green Loop. The planner says that Houston's idea came after Portland's, but will probably be built first... which is Portland planning in a microcosm.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 19
NBP Capital's Sunshine Dairy acquisition is the latest indicator Sandy Boulevard is becoming a thing.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 19
ZGF Architects has named three new partners in Portland: Sharron van der Meulen, Solvei Neiger and Vladimir Pajkic.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 19
A man on the Streetcar is carrying just a single, rusted dumbbell.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 15
You want Residential Infill Project revised draft analysis? Of course you do.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 15
Building codes and market expectations have to an extent caught up with LEED and other environmental certification programs. We asked developers why they still go through with the process.
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Chuck Slothower Feb 15
Interesting story about contamination at the proposed site of the Oakland A's ballpark. It makes you wonder about the history of Terminal 2 in Portland.
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