The Portland City Council on Wednesday approved spending up to $51 million on an apartment complex in Northeast Portland, a step to ease the city’s housing crisis, amid criticism officials are overpaying.
The Portland Housing Bureau proposed spending $47 million on The Ellington, a complex with 263 units on 11 acres near Northeast 66th Avenue and Halsey. Repairs could cost as much as $10 million, Housing Bureau Director Kurt Creager told The Oregonian/OregonLive.
The building — about 50 percent leased — will be owned by Thailand’s biggest residential property developer. Jeff Pickhardt and the… read article »
The Portland Housing Bureau wants to buy the 263-unit Ellington apartments in Northeast Portland for $47 million. That didn’t take… read article »
Guardian Real Estate Services is moving forward with plans for a mixed-use development including affordable apartments on Portland’s Block 33 in Old… read article »
A unique affordable-housing community supports both foster families and elders who might be looking for a few extra grandchildren. After… read article »
Oxbow49’s welcome to the neighborhood open house on Sunday, October 9th, was an afternoon filled with delicious food from Delilah’s Catering, beverages… read article »
YARD’s Open House event on September 21st was an evening of music, design appreciation, cocktails, and incredible city views. Portland Monthly brought together makers, artists,… read article »
Miracles Central, the Lloyd District’s new affordable housing building, opened on Thursday. The project was spearheaded by Central City Concern… read article »
The mistiness of yesterday morning did little to dampen the spirits of the scores who turned out for the official… read article »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 22, 2016 Contact: Mike Westling (503) 498-8161 firstname.lastname@example.org Guardian Real Estate Services Hires Kerry Hughes… read article »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mike Westling (503) 498-8161 email@example.com MONDAY: Native American community development project breaks ground in SE Portland… read article »
The Yard building at the east side of the Burnside Bridge has reached its full height of 21 stories, and… read article »
Drivers across the Burnside Bridge and along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard have likely noticed Yard, the hulking apartment building… read article »
Ground broke last week on a 47-unit apartment building that will offer affordable, alcohol- and drug-free living in Northeast Portland.… read article »
The Portland City Council is expected to next week approve an ordinance to open the way for development of the… read article »