Design Commission Approves Modera Davis in the Pearl

Design Commission Approves Modera Davis in the Pearl

The designs for Modera Davis, a new project by SERA Architects for Mill Creek Residential Trust, have been approved. The 12 story mixed-use building will be located at NW 10th and Davis in the Pearl District, and will include 204 apartments. Below-ground parking will include space for 145 vehicles and 308 bicycles.  Read More

Forest Park Fall Day of Stewardship - Saturday, October 1

Forest Park Fall Day of Stewardship - Saturday, October 1

This Saturday, October 1, is the annual Fall Day of Stewardship with the Forest Park Conservancy. Volunteers will maintain trails and remove invasive species to help keep Forest Park's ecology thriving and trails groomed. Maintenance projects will occur in four separate sites, two of which are bike/bus accessible. Make sure to wear weather and work-appropriate clothing and shoes, and don't forget your water bottle! The work day will be followed with free lunch and prizes. Read More

Portland Healthcare Providers Donate to Homeless Housing Project

Portland Healthcare Providers Donate to Homeless Housing Project

Six Portland health providers will contribute $21.5 million to an upcoming homeless housing project. The money will constitute a large portion of the $69 million needed to construct approximately 400 housing units for homeless and low-income individuals and families in Portland. The City of Portland will contribute $9 million to the project, and Central City Concern, a local nonprofit serving Portland's homeless, will raise the remainder of the necessary funds. Read More

Zidell Building its Last Barge on Portland's Southwest Waterfront

Zidell Building its Last Barge on Portland's Southwest Waterfront

Zidell Corporation is building its last barge, the company announced yesterday. Though Zidell originally intended to continue building barges on Portland's Southwest Waterfront for several more years, rapid development in the area fueled the company's desire to move on more quickly than expected. The new Tilikum Bridge, multi-family units and condos, and the OHSU expansion have all contributed to the area's recent transformation.  Read More