Property and Location Overview: This NE Industrial building with office and warehouse space was recently leased in redevelopment play! SVN... View Article
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Few new retail centers are under construction. Those that are involve either neighborhood shopping centers or mixed-use projects. With the... View Article
A recent paper from NAIOP predicts lower absorption over the next two years, but it’s unclear if industrial developers are... View Article
Portland’s construction boom has slowed, but it still feels like there are cranes everywhere. Indeed, there are 60 or so... View Article
The Pacific Northwest's first ever Ritz-Carlton hotel is coming to Portland, Oregon.
Portland’s inclusionary housing rules exempt buildings with fewer than 20 units. For larger buildings, developers must provide a proportional amount of apartments at rents affordable to people who earn less than either 60 percent or 80 percent of the Portland area’s median income, or pay a fee in lieu.
The Metro Council voted unanimously Thursday to approve four urban growth boundary expansions and open up 2,181 acres of land for future development.... View Article
Initiative Behind Portland’s Bid for MLB Team Reaches Deal with City’s Port for 45-Acre Ballpark Site – CoStar
The Portland Diamond Project noted in an announcement this past week that it reached an agreement in principle with the Port of Portland to develop a ballpark on a 45-acre site, dubbed Terminal 2. While the terms of the agreement were not disclosed in the announcement, local media outlets have reported that the property deal will be structured as a long-term lease.
The apartment asset class is having a numbers problem with deals and development getting harder to pencil in. Still, the... View Article
In partnership with Kingsley Associates, NMHC unveiled the results of its Renter Preferences Report, shedding light on the factors that... View Article
Quick Fact – November 2018 – Are Apartment rent going to drop, as newly constructed apartments enter the Portland market?
By: Clifford A. Hockley, President Bluestone and Hockley Real Estate Services, Executive Director, SVN | Bluestone and Hockley Most residential... View Article
Downtown Portland May Lose Four MAX Light Rail Stations TriMet, a mass transit operator in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area,... View Article
The quest for short-term lodging is taking the hospitality market in unlikely places – even floating atop the Columbia River.... View Article
Metro believes four suburban Portland cities should be granted urban growth boundary expansions. The regional planning agency’s chief operating officer,... View Article
Preservationists, builders and city officials aim to reconcile the tension between new development and historic preservation. Few issues get... View Article
Major Apt. Developers Disclose Plans to Slow Pipelines as Multifamily Deliveries Expected to Peak Next Year – CoStar Group
Slowing Current Development Pace Could Help Avoid Overbuilding and Extend Rise in Values, Rents in Multifamily Sector In a reversal... View Article