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Organic beer fest

12th Annual Organic Beer Fest: August 25-28th

The Organic Beer Fest hosts over 50 organic beers, ciders, and mead, as well as live music, sustainbility-related vendors, a children’s play area, and food. The purpose of the festival is to raise awareness about organic beer and sustainability (and of course, to celebrate great beer!). When: Noon to 9 p.m. Thursday, August 25…

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Framework Building Coming to the Pearl

Framework, a new building coming to the Pearl District in December 2017, is slated to be one of the tallest timber structures in the United States. The 12 story multi-use building will be made primarily of Cross Laminated Timber and other all-wood products, and will house residential, retail, and office space. Leverage Architecture, a Portland architectural…

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Neighborhood Farmers Markets!

Stop by one of our neighborhood farmers markets this week for local produce, artisan goods, and entertainment.  Do you work in the Lloyd District? Head over to the Lloyd Farmers Market on Tuesdays from 10-2. This market is year round, and hosts a variety of fresh and prepared food vendors. Grab a…

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July Housing Numbers

RMLS Market Numbers for July are in! The Portland market continues to cool, but prices are still on the rise throughout the metro area. Real estate activity cooled in the metro area last month. New listings are up 2.3% from last year’s July numbers, but are down 2.9% from June 2016. Pending sales are…

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New Multi-Family Housing Development in North Portland

North Portland’s St. Johns neighborhood will be home to a new, 100 unit apartment complex by Fall 2017. The Union at St. Johns will also include 20,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. The building will incorporate historic St. Johns architecture and will be reminiscent of Portland’s commercial districts of…

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south waterfront

More Apartments Coming to the South Waterfront

Up to 1,200 new apartments and 14,000 square feet of retail space could be coming to the South Waterfront neighborhood. California-based developer Prometheus Real Estate Group has proposed four 7-story buildings for a site just south of existing condo towers between the Willamette River and SW Bond Ave. Each building would have…

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