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Chuck Slothower 9h
If you like that Bloomberg story on Portland's insanely well positioned opportunity zone, you'll love reading about it in the a month earlier!
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DJC Oregon Jan 14
Orchards of 82nd, a new development by /, will bring 48 affordable units to the . / O'Neill Construction Group are building the -designed project:
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DJC Oregon Jan 11
Work continues apace at the 600-room Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center project in NE Portland:
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DJC Oregon Jan 9
A -designed project to renovate and expand 's Five Oaks Middle School is being carried out while the school remains open, requiring a careful approach to project scheduling:
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DJC Oregon Jan 9
We’re asking you, our readers, to nominate the people and companies that impacted the building, design and supporting industries the most in 2018 in 30 different categories.
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DJC Oregon Jan 8
Developer Noel Johnson and architect Richard Potestio are planning a subdivision of 14 row houses as the first phase of a 1.5-acre mixed-use development in NW Portland:
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DJC Oregon Jan 4
Replying to @djcOregon
The design of the building has evolved significantly over the course of three design advice hearings and three subsequent design reviews
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DJC Oregon Jan 4
Also at yesterday's meeting: an 8-story mixed-use at NE Grand/Davis, designed by for , has been approved.
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DJC Oregon Jan 4
A 23-story mixed-use hotel/apartment building proposed for a 1/4 block in the Pearl District met with opposition from neighbors at a design advice hearing yesterday:
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DJC Oregon Jan 3
Portland recently passed a clean air policy restricting diesel emissions on large city projects by 2020, and Multnomah County and other local agencies are expected to follow suit:
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Chuck Slothower Jan 3
I'll be covering the Portland Design Commission hearing this afternoon on the proposed 23-story Hyatt Place hotel/condo project at NW 12th and Flanders in the Pearl District.
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Sam Tenney Jan 3
The Sugar Shack enters the sweet hereafter: demolition is under way on a notorious former adult entertainment complex in Cully, which will redevelop into affordable housing:
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DJC Oregon Dec 27
Photos: The MorningStar of Beaverton complex, with 66 assisted living suites and 38 secure memory care units, is now open in Beaverton.
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DJC Oregon Dec 19
[SPONSORED CONTENT] Pence Construction discusses current challenges, future outlook of affordable housing market.
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DJC Oregon Dec 14
Congratulations to all of our Phenoms & Icons honorees! To view and download free photos of last night's event, visit
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Replying to @maccoinnich
I think people outside of construction industry don’t realize the magnitude of the slowdown that’s happened. They see lots of construction activity, but don’t realize that it’s mostly from projects that started permitting years ago.
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Chuck Slothower Dec 13
Replying to @chuckslothower
The Portland Design Commission has approved the Block 216 project, 4-0. Now it moves forward to permitting issues with BDS.
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Chuck Slothower Dec 13
I'm at the second Portland Design Commission review hearing for Block 216 (SW 9th/10th/Washington/Alder). Staff report still doesn't recommend approval, this time barring Public Works sign-off.
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Harsch Properties Dec 11
A shot in the arm for urban development via
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DJC Oregon Dec 11
“Portland’s opportunity zone is a fabulous opportunity zone, and it’s getting a lot of attention nationally,” said Vanessa Sturgeon, a Portland developer who has formed a public opportunity fund.
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