pbotbridge2-540x405

Is a New Bike Bridge Coming to NW Portland?

Last month Connect Oregon, a lottery-funded program designed to invest in Oregon’s transportation infrastructure, received 22 biking and walking project proposals for new off-road transportation investments. Of those, a $5.9 million biking-walking bridge connecting the Northwest District straight to the Steel Bridge via Flanders Street scored 3rd overall. Originally proposed back in 2008, the…

Read More
flea+food

Portland Flea + Food Launches This Weekend

Two local flea markets have joined up to launch Portland Flea + Food in SE Portland. Originally founded in 2011 by Portland native Kate Sullivan, Portland Flea was held on the third Sunday of the month at event space UNION/PINE. In 2014 the market expanded to include Sunday Emporium – a partnership with Rejuvenation that focused on…

Read More
RMLS-Market-Action-Report

March Housing Numbers

Despite some seasonal increases, the Portland Metro area saw fewer homes come on the market, and fewer pending sales than this time last year. The decrease in new listings fueled higher prices – 15.5% higher median price and 14.2% higher average price over last year. Inventory also dropped again, down to 1.3…

Read More
jupiterhotel

Jupiter Hotel Expanding

The popular Jupiter Hotel on E. Burnside has plans to expand into the lot just east of the existing location. Originally a motor lodge that was renovated and reopened as a hotel in 2004, the Jupiter is also home to the Doug Fir, a restaurant, bar, and popular music venue. The 6-story expansion will be…

Read More
view

A Room With a View

When it’s not overcast and hazy, there are some beautiful views to be found around Portland. From the west hills to Mt. Tabor, the city is home to many residences with uninterrupted views of the city and surrounding areas. This week’s real estate gallery in the Oregonian highlights some homes on the…

Read More
AIA-feature

American Institute of Architects Portland 2016 Home Tour

Get an inside look at some of the great design and architecture in Portland at this year’s American Institute of Architects Portland 2016 Home Tour. The self-guided tour exhibits homes designed by some of Portland’s top architecture firms and includes ADUs, row homes, mega apartment blocks, and more. Some highlights include PATH Architecture’s ROHO…

Read More