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Oak Grove Market purchased for $15 million

Clackamas Federal Credit Union acquires 97,147 square foot shopping center in Clackamas County

Waverley Greens installs largest multifamily solar array in…

The 1,400-panel system will offset electricity used in common areas of 27-acre apartment development in Milwaukie

Report: Trade tensions threaten Oregon, Portland economies

New, threatened tariffs against some of the state's largest trading partners have reduced some exports through the Port of Portland

Hatch this! Software developers get a nudge out of the nest

AltSource's incubator program prepares new hires for the reality of writing code for factories, farms and hospitals.

Cap and trade passes House after heated debate

State's new environmental policy heavily regulates carbon emissions, causing some to worry about economic impact.

Ritz-Carlton hotel planned for $600 million tower in…

Portland's most luxurious hotel yet coming to Southwest 10th and Alder in 2023

Skanska leases office space in the Pearl

The building at 1010 N.W. Flanders St. recently underwent a $10 million renovation

Work zone safety is a year-round concern for ODOT

Flaggers and construction workers, police and firefighters, tow truck operators - we need to look out for all of them.

Portland Building audit sparks denials

Mayor and chief administrative officer push back against critical findings on renovation project

Air horns of protest can't stall action on climate bill

An environmental plan that will dramatically change industry in Oregon cleared a key hurdle in Salem.

Plato's packs closet with reasonably priced fashion…

Franchise store buys, sells used clothes and accessories for teen, young adult market

Truck-driving competition places focus on safety, skills

Winners of Oregon contest will head to national competition in Philadelphia later this year

Building in urban areas is a continuing challenge

It's important to remember that temporary changes to the flow of daily life in a city are there to keep everyone safe

PERS reform is essential

Reform of the public employee pension system is the only way to ensure new school dollars reach the classroom

SummerWorks: it works

A look back at 2018's SummerWorks program: Young paid interns celebrate a summer of showing up, with the help of several nonprofits, politicians and…


Fine, a brand agency, has its own brand philosophy and it's not your parents' branding.

A field of opportunity

Skanska takes a unique approach to fill field engineer positions while boosting diversity, inclusion

ManageMowed selects Beaverton, Denver as initial franchise…

Landscape management company uses franchise model to expand presence in Oregon and Colorado

That's entertainment, Sherwood-style

54,000-square-foot complex in Sherwood is set to open in the fall with family-friendly activities and more to come.

Building a bridge to learning

Portland State University graduate architecture students gain real world experience reimagining the Burnside Bridge

Sustainability, meet wellness and disaster resilience

Eco-friendly construction has grown beyond sustainability to now encompass both disaster resilience and people's well-being

Temple Apple is back in business

Apple store Pioneer Place reopens, looking the same from outside but with a retail rethink inside

Trade with China key to Oregon economy

Forecasters see slowing of growth, greater threat from tariffs if trade wars continue or escalate

Rooms with a view

Open floor plans and a stack of parking give Seven Southeast Stark a different perspective

Federal judge blocks masonry building warning signs

Preliminary injunction ruling says building owners will most likely win their lawsuit claiming Portland requirements violate their First Amendment…

ReachNow experiments with six cars for OHSU

Car share company puts BMWs out for OHSU staff to get around the Hill when the Tram is not enough.

Lake Grove preps for major roadwork, development

Once a sleepy runner-up to Lake Oswego's town center, major changes are planned on Boones Ferry Road

LEED fights fatigue

LEED still reigns despite 'certification fatigue' among construction teams and their clients

A few homeless myths busted

The homeless don't move to Portland for the weather, and they aren't crazy to begin with

Lloyd Center, exit this way

Lloyd Center manager leaves for mall job at Fort Bliss, El Paso, but not before praising his allies and blasting his critics.

Strong Oregon economy teetering on tariff brink

Expansions do not turn into recessions because of old age, but because of bad behavior in the economy.?

Stimson Lumber blames Oregon politics for 60 job…

Company CEO Andrew Miller says taxes, fees and regulations make it too expensive to do business.

Beaverton breaks ground for Hyatt House, celebrates…

Hotel, 230-unit apartment complex are near City Hall and Beaverton Central MAX station; Patricia Reser Center for the Arts and seven-story parking…

Local movie theater chain Cinetopia crushed by AMC

Vancouver and Beaverton-centric theaters bought and rebranded by Kansas City chain in legal settlement

Alder Street Food Cart Pod to close on June 30

The lot is earmarked for a 35-story, 200-room Marriott hotel called Moxy where construction is expected to begin next month.

BIZINFLUENCER: Paul Loving, Portland's celebrity…

Holland & Knight lawyer uses his influence to dip between worlds of suits and sneakers

Clackamas County Extension Service project heads…

Despite years of delays, the $10 million education center project could break ground this year

Madison High School gets groundbreaking ceremony…

Construction, remodel project at Portland high school marks first from 2017 bond money

Hidden in Plain Sight

Architect Harley Cowan is preserving Oregon's historic buildings, one photograph at a time

Inoperable equipment delays PCC, Scappoose tech…

Relationship between Scappoose School District, Portland Community College said to be 'deteriorating.'


Portland architect Michelle Vo and her team's dream design for Portland International Airport's Concourse E.


Gann Bros. printing, a century-old Portland family business, makes a new home in Forest Grove

In the lap of residential luxury

Self-guided June 2 tour opens doors to homes for sale with price tags of more than $700K

Local movie theater chain Cinetopia crushed by AMC

Vancouver and Beaverton-centric theaters bought and rebranded by Kansas City chain in legal settlement

Listening and developing for 50 years

Woodburn-based company gradually built up from founder's garage in 1969 to an employer of 150 today


Tradeswomen welcome middle and high school girls to sample the well-paying blue-collar life.

Rethinking Centennial Mills

Three failed attempts to shoehorn development onto this historic site are enough; make it an industrial-ruins park

Unions search for path around dues deduction…

Legal challenges to the way funds are taken from paychecks put public employee labor groups on the defensive.

Downtown building facelift reveals historic site

Local couple hope to turn downtown business into tea spot for high tea, sandwiches.

Neighbors hope to expand Castparts pollution lawsuit

Plaintiffs ask a judge to certify case as a class action, claiming company emissions affected thousands of SE Portland homes.

New car-free lane to unsnarl Hawthorne bridgehead

Portland Bureau of Transportation unveils bike, bus lane on Southwest Madison Street near bridge.


Scientists congregate in Oregon to push health benefits of state's key cash crop.


It's grease monkeys out, lab monkeys in as developer plans two life science buildings of offices and wet labs in Portland inner east side Innovation…

FOCUS: Hospitality industry drinks up

High-quality restaurants and drinking establishments help bolster Portland's rosy economy

$2 billion tax package is only part of solution

Superintendents address business leaders in Portland, say schools tax bill is 'just the floor, not the ceiling'

Port director says trade dispute with China is…

Curtis Robinhold tells Westside Economic Alliance forum that a united front with other trading partners, not 'tariffs and tweets,' is a better…

Hackers steal info from Construction Contractors…

More than 8,000 accounts were compromised during a security breach that occurred between Oct. 27 and Oct. 29

Will Interstate 5 get a new pedestrian bridge?

Wilsonville City Council voted to purchase a 67,000-square foot site near Fry's Electronics for $1.5 million.

Creating healthy hearts, one hard hat at a time

Construction leaders and the American Heart Association are helping local construction workers adopt healthier lifestyles at work and at home

Affordable housing for seniors, families

The $24 million project also features 8,900 square feet of ground-floor retail

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