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This week featuring a renovation at Sears, the Nike World Headquarters expansion and a groundbreaking in the Pearl

Renovation:

Sears SOURCE: GOOGLE SATELLITE - The Sears building is at the eastern end of the Lloyd Center mall.

1260 N.E. Lloyd Center

District: The Lloyd

Architect: LDA Design Group

The old four-floor Sears building in Lloyd Center will soon be renovated and expanded. The expansion includes removing the fourth floor and expanding the third floor to Multnomah frontage for a new theater.

Under Construction:

Nike World Headquarters expansion

1 Bowerman Dr.PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: CRAIG BOLLEN - Visitors who trek the running paths can see the construction underway at Nikes Beaverton headquarters.

Neighborhood: Beaverton

Designers: ZGF Architects, SRG Partnership and Skylab Architecture

Landscape Architect: PLACE

Construction began in January, 2015 on the three-year plans for Nike's headquarters expansion, which will add 3.2 million square feet of office, mixed-use and parking space to the campus. Construction plans include two office buildings, a fitness facility and two parking structures. In political deals, Nike agreed to improve the surrounding roads and to job creation. The building is aiming for a LEED Platinum certification and completion is slated for 2018.

Groundbreaking:

Friday, June 16, 1 p.m.

Northwest 14th and Raleigh St.PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO: SALAZAR ARCHITECT - While the building itself is projected to cost $21 million to build, the total development cost with the environmental cleanup is slated to cost about $31 million

Developer: Innovative Housing, Inc.

Designer: Salazar Architect, LRS Architects

Contractor: Bremik Construction

In a $21 million project funded by the City of Portland, Home Forward and Low Income Housing Tax Credits, this new building is planned to include 93 units on an empty quarter-block site. It will house formerly homeless families, or families at risk of homelessness. The general contractor Bremik Construction was able to subcontract 92 percent certified minority, women and emerging small businesses (MWESBs).

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