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Beam Development, Prosper Portland partner up

The three blocks in the Eastside Urban Renewal Area formerly owned by ODOT have been long vacant

Family builders challenge driveway policy

Portland Bureau of Transportation, small home building compamy at odds over single-driveway duplex policy.

City to change permit process at the Bureau of Development…

The changes are intended to reduce wait times for real estate development permits

Public service second nature for city's private sector

We understand when smart investments - of both money and time - are made, our community as a whole thrives.

Design & Development: 80 N.W. 14th Ave.

This week features Heartline in the Pearl, Derby NW and 80 Northwest 14th Avenue

Design & Develpment: Derby NW

This week features Heartline in the Pearl, Derby NW and 80 Northwest 14th Avenue

Design & Development: Heartline

This week features Heartline in the Pearl, Derby NW and 80 Northwest 14th Avenue

FLIR System on the cutting edge of smart traffic systems

Wilsonville company's traffic sensor aims to improve both safety and efficiency

Time to deliver

Amazon isn't the only one with interesting ideas about final mile delivery, and the Tech Association delivers too.

Housing: It's complicated

Opinion: How we solve the housing crisis might be more important than what we do

New views for Chinatown

Will Naito and Peter Englander, new Land Use co-chairs, speak on their priorities for the historical neighborhood

Unemployment steady in April as economy decelerates

During the past year, 29,600 jobs were added, a gain of 1.6 percent, which is a slowdown from the more rapid expansion during the prior few years.

Seismic upgrade funding moves forward for emergency…

Twelve schools, eight emergency facilities to receive $35 million in grants from Business Oregon

Wyden wants to maintain women's funding

SBA Women's Business Centers are looking at a $2 million budget cut in the federal administration's FY 2019 plan

Oregon needs to gear up for transportation

Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Idaho, and Washington all passed transportation bills before we did

Trion Properties acquires three more multi-family projects…

Trion Properties has acquired Center Square Apartments, Maple Tree apartments and Menlo Square Apartments

Jobs on the red line

Portland International Airport holds a job fair for people who can make it to the end of the MAX line before dawn.

Oregon Tradeswomen's 2018 Career Fair

Seminars May 18-19 include how to recruit women into CTE and apprenticeships

CONCRETE: THE BEST

The Excellence in Concrete awards pay tribute to the designers, engneers and construction firms that work with the toughest materials.

Worksystems: Helping young adults find work

At the last Board meeting for Westside Economic Alliance, they focused on closing the skills gap

Awards honor Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership

Industry recognizes the $254 million project's innovative engineering and use of concrete; plant manager Kari Duncan also honored

May focus: commercial real estate

E-commerce fuels metro area's hot demand for industrial space; need continues to rise in PDX.

PHK Development's TwentyTwenty

PHK Development says it's finally time to build condos in the Portland market again

Carnival Cruise ship Legend arrives in Portland

Massive cruise ship will be in dry dock at Vigor Industrial on Swan Island for two weeks for $45 million makeover.

Design & Development: 725 S.E. Tacoma St.

This week features 2220 N.W. Pettygrove St., the Sellwood Bridgehead and 725 S.E. Tacoma St.

Design & Development: Sellwood Bridgehead

This week features 2220 N.W. Pettygrove St., the Sellwood Bridgehead and 725 S.E. Tacoma St.

Design & Development: 2220 N.W. Pettygrove St.

This week features 2220 N.W. Pettygrove St., the Sellwood Bridgehead and 725 S.E. Tacoma St.

May Focus: commercial real estate

Prices are leveling out, but Portland's growing economy continues to make office space a hot commodity

New group looks to revitalize downtown Oak Grove

Historic Downtown Oak Grove members aim to create sense of community in unincorporated Clackamas County

County votes on old downtown courthouse, health department…

Both properties were declared surplus, and will likely soon be up for sale through CBRE

Multnomah County creates new fund to diversify construction…

Starting in July, some construction funds on large projects will support disadvantaged workers

Company makes old polystyrene new again

A company in Tigard has created a way to recycle polystyrene into more polystyrene. A very small amount of polystyrene is currently recycled and…

Business Influencer: Sandra McDonough

McDonough to retire, leaves pearls of wisdom for Portland on transportation, homelessness, intolerance, metoo and inclusionary housing

Design & Development: Robert and Ann Sacks House

This week features 1430 N.W. Glisan St., 3336 S.E. Belmont St. and the Robert and Ann Sacks house

Design & Development: 1430 N.W. Glisan St.

This week features 1430 N.W. Glisan St., 3336 S.E. Belmont St. and the Robert and Ann Sacks house

Design & Development: 3336 S.E. Belmont

This week features 1430 N.W. Glisan St., 3336 S.E. Belmont St. and the Robert and Ann Sacks house

BROADWAY TO BE LIT

The Broadway Corridor site is a 32-acre site in the north part of downtown, and Colorado's Continuum Partners has previous experience developing such…

Pearl Post Office project: Big parcel needs many players

Prosper Portland chose Continuum, an experienced developer for the USPS site, but hopefully that's only the beginning

Burgerville union now official at one store

92nd and Powell location staff vote for BVWU to be nationally recognized, Gladstone next.

Adidas North America replaces Mark King

Top turnaround boss out after four years with little explanation, replaced by a Kiwi.

Making streets safer

PBOT to install sensors that will gather data on how the city's streets and sidewalks are used.

Amazon.com project developers help fund traffic…

Trammell Crow Company will help pay for third lane on Graham Road in Troutdale.

Vance Tong named to Oregon City, county advisory…

OC resident, managing editor for the Portland Tribune selected for Economic Development Commission, Transportation Advisory Committee

Small cities' building permit programs face…

Opinions by the Oregon Department of Justice and Legislative Counsel indicate may small cities may have to either shut down building programs or hire…

The success of Adpearance

Digital marketing software company revels in new digs inside trendy Field Office building in Northwest Portland

DoggyBag offers rest for the four-legged

Portland entrepreneur Rachel Bauman offers sleeping bag for 'adventure dogs' through Whyld River.

Mayor Wheeler on Portland's future: 'A city that…

Opinion: As we tackle these incredibly complex issues as a community, I am heartened by the progress we have made, the honest evaluation of our…

Target adds same-day delivery to Portland

The expansion of goods delivery with membership-based Shipt is available here now

Z is for...?

Designing for Gen Z is a challenge, keeping up with thei rmedia habits and their cultural tastes.

Designers feel human again

Futurists urge designers to focus on human needs rather than algorithms and computing power.

Oregon is No. 9 least affected by federal tax reform

WalletHub also ranked Washington No. 14, Nevada No. 5 most affected by the tax changes

Growing together in East Metro

Tremendous growth in the East Metro region with many, especially those searching for detached single-family homes, are moving to the cities of East…

Making coffee a family business

Paul Thornton, daughter and son-in-law open roaster operation near The Round; he hopes to whet consumer tastes for specialties.

SolarWorld Americas to be acquired by rival company

The Hillsboro-based company reached a purchase agreement with larger SunPower.

Design & Development: 1638 W. Burnside

This week features Multnomah County Courthouse, 1630 S.E. Rural St. and 1638 W. Burnside

Design & Development: 1630 S.E. Rural St.

This week features Multnomah County Courthouse, 1630 S.E. Rural St. and 1638 W. Burnside

Design & Development: Multnomah County Courthouse

This week features Multnomah County Courthouse, 1630 S.E. Rural St. and 1638 W. Burnside

Complete: The Porter Hotel

The 50th hotel in the Hilton's Curio Collection, it is the first to be built new

Boomers and Millennials in living room death match

Metro pols and economists meet to estimate growth and land use needs in the next 20 years.

Bustling state economy churns out jobs

About 2 million Oregonians of the state's 2.13 million labor force are employed. The state's employment also has grown by 41,000 jobs since March…

Employment of youth remains stagnant despite strong…

Study finds 30,000 regional youth ages 16 to 24 are not in school nor are working

Fairlawn Village care facility plans campus…

Center to add 26,000 square feet to building along Division Street in Gresham.

Design Commission finds issues at Yamhill Firs…

Development offers 38 units in three buildings at 19025 S.E. Yamhill Street in Rockwood.

PBOT kicks off 2018 Fixing Our Streets construction…

Bureau will invest $105 million in street repair, capital projects, safety this summer

'Inappropriate comment' forces out business lobby…

Former legislator Mark Johnson of Hood River said he was 'shocked' and 'deeply disappointed' by group's decision to push for his resignation.

Heidgerken signs permits for Willamette Falls…

Falls Legacy LLC still owes $285,000 for delinquent accounts related to the 23-acre site in Oregon City

Local closes six-acre land purchase in Southeast…

Terry Emmert buys former Fred Meyer's site on Foster and 82nd; future use could include grocer or business mall

Flipping birds!

Rent-ride-and-dump electric scooters could be spreading here from sunny SoCal.

Labor woes worry local nursery owners

Local nursery owners and horticulturalists hold their own despite lack of labor in Oregon.

Broadway Corridor development: Continuum coming to…

Denver firm gets the nod to create a community-driven neighborhood near the Portland Amtrak station.

Design & Development: Worldmark by Wyndham

This week features 619 S.W. 11th Ave., the Multnomah County Health headquarters and the Worldmark by Wyndham

Design & Development: Multnomah County Health…

This week features 619 S.W. 11th Ave., the Multnomah County Health headquarters and the Worldmark by Wyndham

Design & Development: downtown demolition

This week features 619 S.W. 11th Ave., the Multnomah County Health headquarters and the Worldmark by Wyndham

'Inappropriate comment' forces out business lobby…

Former legislator Mark Johnson of Hood River said he was 'shocked' and 'deeply disappointed' by group's decision to push for his resignation.

NW agriculture groups caught in trade skirmish…

'We expect all countries to resolve trade disputes in a way that doesn't harm businesses, farmers and consumers.'

Timbers Stadium: mind the posts

Soccer stadium renovation is on schedule and fans can watch the new east side stand being built as the 2018 season progresses.

Mild winter, good economy equals lots of home…

City has approved 21 land use permits for single-family dwellings so far in three months of 2018

Cochran Road bridge work to replace another culvert

Multnomah County to spend $3 million on project to improve passage for Beaver Creek fish.

Keep the jobs pipeline local for water supply

On the Westside, those who manage our water are thinking and planning ahead to secure a new source for our water supply

On board for the Washington Park Master Plan

In an Olmsted frame of mind, the City Council sees a transportation study as the first step in making the famous park more accessible and…

Fighting the freshman fifteen

OHSU study will examine how driving a bus affects new drivers' health, including the usual fifteen pounds added in the first year.

OAME celebrates three decades of partnerships…

Organization has championed minority businesses as a part of their 'Everybody's In, Nobody's Out' philosophy

Northwest Fourslide: New owner, new office

Local precision metal manufacturer could be affected by proposed federal tariff on steel

Wyden still waiting for Facebook reply on privacy,…

Oregon's senior U.S senator speaks Friday, April 6, about political, technological concerns at TechFestNW in Portland.

Council gives Pearl District tower second chance

Unprecedented 3-to-2 vote allows developer to redesign Fremont Place Apartments to address Willamette Greenway concerns.

PDX is motor (export) city

Port of Portland's auto imports and exports added up to 314,000 vehicles in 2017.

Bridgetown Lofts sell to Madison Park Financial…

The mid-rise apartment community near the Fremont Bridge sold for $55 million

April Focus: OAME

Beaverton, Southwest Washington expansions mark OAME's next stage of growth

BizInfluencer: Chris Schultz, the new guy at Voodoo…

Voodoo Doughnut brings in new CEO with experience expanding Starbucks, MOD pizza.

Complete: Glisan Corporate Park

Partners Trammel Crow Company and Principal Real Estate Investors recently completed their Glisan Corporate Park development in Gresham

Scappoose reviews plans for new 16-unit subdivision

As new 20-unit apartment complex set to break ground, city planners review plans for more single-family housing

TechFest NW 2018: More futuristic than a year ago

Annual tech and talk fest gets women-friendly this year, and is the first event in PSU's spiffy new arena.

Inside Sherwood's first craft cidery

'When we say local, we mean it,' says the head of Xylem Cider Works in Sherwood.

SOS! Shirley's Tippy Canoe isn't sunk yet

Shirley Welton seeks help after Eagle Creek fire hurts Historic Columbia River Highway business

Design Week PDX brings relevant thinking for…

Design Week Portland, to be held April 14-21 in venues across the city, includes 275 events

Portland real estate development movers and shakers…

Block 33 developers pay $1 million in extra costs 2.5 years into process; Chinatown forced to stay stuck in Portland's past

Fairview seeks to attract 550 more apartments

Incentives would let developers avoid at least $4 million in system development charges.

Portland 9 U.S. metro for investing in commercial…

PDX jumped up six spots over the past year, and the Business Tribune found out why

Pamplin Media rolls out its press plant expansion

The $1 million investment is fueled by faith in the future of the print media industry

Car-sharing got its start 20 years ago, here in…

CarSharing Portland began with two cars in March 1998, proving the concept worked in the U.S., before it got absorbed into bigger startup companies.
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