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Development Finally Ramps Up on Portland’s South Waterfront

Development Finally Ramps Up on Portland’s South Waterfront

If you have taken the Marquam Bridge through Portland at any point in your lifetime you’ve no doubt seen a massive, unsightly blue warehouse right along the waterfront to the South. The site has been home to the Zidell Corp’s ship building business since the early 1900’s;

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Infamous “Stafford Dispute” to be resolved

Infamous “Stafford Dispute” to be resolved

  Clackamas County’s board has recently moved towards its new prime directive of once and for all remedying the tumultuous Stafford Dispute which has lingered now for more than 4 years. Three years ago the Stafford area, a 6,230-acre unincorporated grouping of properties that resides West of

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Newly Constructed Yard Building Sets New High Bar for SE Portland

Newly Constructed Yard Building Sets New High Bar for SE Portland

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last 2 years you’ve noticed the massive 21-story building sitting at the East side’s entrance to the Burnside bridge. What is now known as the Yard Building, a 284-unit apartment building with commercial space on the ground floor.

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Peacock Lane Stands Strong

Peacock Lane Stands Strong

As the temperature drops and the prospect of snow grows, Portlanders don’t just get giddy about seeing that powdery white, they start to look forward to their time-honored holiday traditions. Yes they love their Zoo Lights, The Grotto, the Festival of Lights, the Christmas Bazaar, and the

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UGB May See Expansion Earlier than Scheduled

UGB May See Expansion Earlier than Scheduled

You may already know about Portland’s unique system for doling out development worthy land, but if you don’t the process is handled by an agency known as Metro and those areas that can and can’t be developed are separated by an invisible line known as the Urban

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Happy Valley Fred Meyer Opens its Doors

Happy Valley Fred Meyer Opens its Doors

Late last month the City of Happy Valley’s retail presence was vastly expanded by the opening of the new Fred Meyer; the first Fre d Meyer to open in 5 years in the State of Oregon. Along with the opening of the new department store, many of

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Affordable Housing: With a Vengeance

Affordable Housing: With a Vengeance

The City of Roses continues to see a rise in demand for homes and a decrease in useable inventory. No question, affordable housing is a very large concern and one that can’t go unchecked because of the glaring example we have seen from the larger NW cities

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Hillsboro Breaks Ground on Largest Development in Oregon’s History

Hillsboro Breaks Ground on Largest Development in Oregon’s History

At the tail end of summer, developers broke ground on the first development in a 1,400-acre comprehensive plan in Hillsboro (dubbed the South Hillsboro Comprehensive Area). The plan area borders Tualatin-Valley Highway, SW 209th Avenue, and Rosedale Road. This Comprehensive Plan area is being started by what’s

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Portland Sets in Motion Cleanup of Zombie Homes

Portland Sets in Motion Cleanup of Zombie Homes

Portland Sets in Motion Cleanup of Zombie Homes Zombie home reform part 2 The fight on zombie homes continues in the city of Portland as earlier this month Mayor Charlie Hales began to put his vision into action. The city council met on June 15th and voted

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Attention: Those Who Need Land!

Attention: Those Who Need Land!

If you you’ve had high land use aspirations, but haven’t had the space to do it, the City of Portland could have a solution for you! Portland is looking to lease a piece of land to one lucky winner for only one dollar. The piece of land

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