Now that the recovery is under way and we can see the Great Recession receding—albeit slowly—in the rear view mirror, the commercial real estate industry can get back to normal, everyday business. So, what are we up against these days?
Milwaukie City Council must make some big decisions May 15. The council is set to decide whether to continue pursuing a minor league class-A baseball stadium, how to pay TriMet $5 million for Portland-Milwaukie light rail ...
Sustainable architecture is a term that represents a broad range of concepts, processes and ideologies, and can be interpreted and realized in countless ways.
Sustainability represents a design process that accounts for the environment on both the micro and macro scales, serves the needs of the program with as minimal an impact on the planet as possible, and positively contributes to the community, not only aesthetically, but in social, economic and cultural realms, as well.
So, to celebrate Earth Week, here are a few of our favorite green buildings...
Nike expansion not expected to punch a hole in commercial real estate inventory Portland Business Journal (blog) Nike's giant expansion in Washington County likely won't rip a hole in the commercial real estate landscape.
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