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Target adds same-day delivery to Portland

The expansion of goods delivery with membership-based Shipt is available here now

Designers feel human again

Futurists urge designers to focus on human needs rather than algorithms and computing power.

Oregon is No. 9 least affected by federal tax reform

WalletHub also ranked Washington No. 14, Nevada No. 5 most affected by the tax changes

Growing together in East Metro

Tremendous growth in the East Metro region with many, especially those searching for detached single-family homes, are moving to the cities of East…

Making coffee a family business

Paul Thornton, daughter and son-in-law open roaster operation near The Round; he hopes to whet consumer tastes for specialties.

Design & Development: 1638 W. Burnside

This week features Multnomah County Courthouse, 1630 S.E. Rural St. and 1638 W. Burnside

Design & Development: 1630 S.E. Rural St.

This week features Multnomah County Courthouse, 1630 S.E. Rural St. and 1638 W. Burnside

Design & Development: Multnomah County Courthouse

This week features Multnomah County Courthouse, 1630 S.E. Rural St. and 1638 W. Burnside

Boomers and Millennials in living room death match

Metro pols and economists meet to estimate growth and land use needs in the next 20 years.

Bustling state economy churns out jobs

About 2 million Oregonians of the state's 2.13 million labor force are employed. The state's employment also has grown by 41,000 jobs since March…

Employment of youth remains stagnant despite strong…

Study finds 30,000 regional youth ages 16 to 24 are not in school nor are working

Fairlawn Village care facility plans campus expansion

Center to add 26,000 square feet to building along Division Street in Gresham.

Design Commission finds issues at Yamhill Firs apartments

Development offers 38 units in three buildings at 19025 S.E. Yamhill Street in Rockwood.

PBOT kicks off 2018 Fixing Our Streets construction season

Bureau will invest $105 million in street repair, capital projects, safety this summer

'Inappropriate comment' forces out business lobby president

Former legislator Mark Johnson of Hood River said he was 'shocked' and 'deeply disappointed' by group's decision to push for his resignation.

Heidgerken signs permits for Willamette Falls riverwalk

Falls Legacy LLC still owes $285,000 for delinquent accounts related to the 23-acre site in Oregon City

Flipping birds!

Rent-ride-and-dump electric scooters could be spreading here from sunny SoCal.

Labor woes worry local nursery owners

Local nursery owners and horticulturalists hold their own despite lack of labor in Oregon.

Broadway Corridor development: Continuum coming to town

Denver firm gets the nod to create a community-driven neighborhood near the Portland Amtrak station.

Design & Development: Worldmark by Wyndham

This week features 619 S.W. 11th Ave., the Multnomah County Health headquarters and the Worldmark by Wyndham

Design & Development: Multnomah County Health headquarters

This week features 619 S.W. 11th Ave., the Multnomah County Health headquarters and the Worldmark by Wyndham

Design & Development: downtown demolition

This week features 619 S.W. 11th Ave., the Multnomah County Health headquarters and the Worldmark by Wyndham

'Inappropriate comment' forces out business lobby president

Former legislator Mark Johnson of Hood River said he was 'shocked' and 'deeply disappointed' by group's decision to push for his resignation.

NW agriculture groups caught in trade skirmish crosshairs

'We expect all countries to resolve trade disputes in a way that doesn't harm businesses, farmers and consumers.'

Mild winter, good economy equals lots of home building

City has approved 21 land use permits for single-family dwellings so far in three months of 2018

Cochran Road bridge work to replace another culvert

Multnomah County to spend $3 million on project to improve passage for Beaver Creek fish.

Keep the jobs pipeline local for water supply

On the Westside, those who manage our water are thinking and planning ahead to secure a new source for our water supply

On board for the Washington Park Master Plan

In an Olmsted frame of mind, the City Council sees a transportation study as the first step in making the famous park more accessible and…

Fighting the freshman fifteen

OHSU study will examine how driving a bus affects new drivers' health, including the usual fifteen pounds added in the first year.

OAME celebrates three decades of partnerships during 2018…

Organization has championed minority businesses as a part of their 'Everybody's In, Nobody's Out' philosophy

Northwest Fourslide: New owner, new office

Local precision metal manufacturer could be affected by proposed federal tariff on steel

Wyden still waiting for Facebook reply on privacy, civil…

Oregon's senior U.S senator speaks Friday, April 6, about political, technological concerns at TechFestNW in Portland.

Council gives Pearl District tower second chance

Unprecedented 3-to-2 vote allows developer to redesign Fremont Place Apartments to address Willamette Greenway concerns.

PDX is motor (export) city

Port of Portland's auto imports and exports added up to 314,000 vehicles in 2017.

Bridgetown Lofts sell to Madison Park Financial Corporation

The mid-rise apartment community near the Fremont Bridge sold for $55 million

April Focus: OAME

Beaverton, Southwest Washington expansions mark OAME's next stage of growth

BizInfluencer: Chris Schultz, the new guy at Voodoo Doughnut

Voodoo Doughnut brings in new CEO with experience expanding Starbucks, MOD pizza.

Complete: Glisan Corporate Park

Partners Trammel Crow Company and Principal Real Estate Investors recently completed their Glisan Corporate Park development in Gresham

Scappoose reviews plans for new 16-unit subdivision

As new 20-unit apartment complex set to break ground, city planners review plans for more single-family housing

TechFest NW 2018: More futuristic than a year ago

Annual tech and talk fest gets women-friendly this year, and is the first event in PSU's spiffy new arena.

Inside Sherwood's first craft cidery

'When we say local, we mean it,' says the head of Xylem Cider Works in Sherwood.

SOS! Shirley's Tippy Canoe isn't sunk yet

Shirley Welton seeks help after Eagle Creek fire hurts Historic Columbia River Highway business

Design Week PDX brings relevant thinking for…

Design Week Portland, to be held April 14-21 in venues across the city, includes 275 events

Fairview seeks to attract 550 more apartments

Incentives would let developers avoid at least $4 million in system development charges.

Portland 9 U.S. metro for investing in commercial…

PDX jumped up six spots over the past year, and the Business Tribune found out why

Pamplin Media rolls out its press plant expansion

The $1 million investment is fueled by faith in the future of the print media industry

Car-sharing got its start 20 years ago, here in…

CarSharing Portland began with two cars in March 1998, proving the concept worked in the U.S., before it got absorbed into bigger startup companies.

Photo update: Knight Cancer Research Building

The KCRB team is on schedule to complete its new cancer research lab on the South Waterfront by this summer

Design & Development: Morris Marks House

This week features the Morris Marks House, 1430 Glisan and the Macadam Center

Design & Development: the Macadam Center

This week features the Morris Marks House, 1430 Glisan and the Macadam Center

Design & Development: 1430 N.W. Glisan St.

This week features the Morris Marks House, 1430 N.W. Glisan and the Macadam Center

RiverPlace wins raised heights for redevelopment

Nearby neighbors oppose the controversial project on the waterfront that would require demolitions

Booming Wilsonville housing market could be…

After finally surpassing the zenith of 2008, real estate prices continue to rise in the City, causing some to worry if there is enough affordable…

Rebuild of Kane Drive will lead to 49-day closure…

$4 million road project replaces Kelly Creek culvert destroyed in 2015 by washout.

We must invest in public safety

Our city leaders have the opportunity to set a positive precedent when considering the bureau's budget request

Allied Works Architecture's uptown designs head to…

Portland's historic landmarks commission said proposal should be a template

Architecture comes to 82nd Avenue

Lever Architecture's Flex enlivens the land of strip malls by transforming a utilitarian building type

The Century at North Cook sells

The North Williams apartment complex was appraised for more than $24 million

Students compete to turn inventions into prototypes…

Portland State University hosts annual competition among student inventors of products with environmental applications.

Core-mark: convenience still has the edge

Company distributes far and wide to convenience stores and gas stations, closing the gap on just-in-time delivery services to bring consumers their…

Change is coming

As Portland grows in population and density, so will its skyline - and surrounding neighborhoods

PBA picks new CEO: Andrew Hoan

Wisconsin native and former Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce boss moved here with his OB-GYN wife and child, starts July.

Pick us! Developers pitch their Broadway Corridor…

Developers from Denver and California come to state their bona fides for developing the area around Union Station and the old Pearl District Post…

Developers encouraged to build more affordable…

City Council votes to give tax break to developers who asked the city to approve projects before the Inclusionary Housing policy took effect.

Oregon Entrepreneurs Network expands

New food and beverage cluster and more catalysts will take OEN in a new direction, reaching more small businesses.

Campus gets gender neutral bathrooms, school…

Soderstrom Architects is designing new educational facilities with modern safety and other health benefits in Columbia County.

Robots strut their stuff in Tigard

Engineers and designes crowd OMEP summit in search of new efficiencies from robots.

Albina Vision: Better by design

UO Architect students take off with Albina Vision plan, with a view to restoring the once largely African American neighborhood.

Young and in construction

What attracts a young Portlander to a greying trade like residential construction? Decent money, a physical workout and pride

CenterCal pitches revised Mercantile plan to Lake…

New design uses Italian Renaissance-style architecture to create a 'piazza festival street' at Kruse Way and Boones Ferry

Reconcraft prepares for move to larger facility

Estacada company's new, larger industrial campus home will likely be complete by summer

Nike No. 2 out as memo details 'disturbing' behavior

Company announces that Trevor Edwards would retire on the heels of reports of actions outside 'core values.'

Big legislation belongs in long session

Cramming big pieces of legislation into a short session does all parties a disservice

Ready to robot

Engineers and designes crowd OMEP summit in search of new efficiencies from robots.

Vacasa starts a campus

Vacation rental company expanding into the Heartline, a new block next door on NW 13th Ave.

Home Forward developing 240-unit low-income…

Portland to see most affordable units in one building since 1969 in new NE Grand Apartments

Labor woes worry local nursery owners

Local nursery owners and horticulturalists hold their own despite lack of labor in Oregon.

The Reserve at Ashbrook sold for $10.65 million

Yet another suburban apartment complex sells for more than $10 million, this one in Tigard

Scappoose approves $100K for bathrooms at new park

After scoffing at prices of premade structures, councilors OK two-stall restroom purchase

Heavy equipment rental tax heads to Governor's desk

Oregon House and Senate approved HB4139 to simplify an existing complicated tax system

TriMet's new procurement system

It came into play March 1, and all existing users have to re-register to receive alerts

Are you ready for business?

Contractors looking to do work for the government need to get their ducks in a row - and there's help for that.

Washington County youth growing in leadership

Examples of mature and sensible youth abound in Washington County, and that should give everyone cause for hope.

New apartments on the rise in Forest Grove

The Cedar Manor Apartments are on schedule to begin leasing out units this week.

Design for the best and brightest

Competition for good employees is among factors driving interior design trends

Trade ties bind Oregon and Japan

Sentiment is mutual, and best expressed in trade, according to Washington D.C. experts.

The future of manufacturing

Presented by OMEP, this year's Oregon Manufacturing Summit focuses on tech with a CoBot demonstration

Be here now goggles

Will everyone be wearing virtual reality goggles in the future? Yes, once they find their feet.

CenterCal pitches revised Mercantile plan to Lake…

New design uses Italian Renaissance-style architecture to create a 'piazza festival street' at Kruse Way and Boones Ferry

Work begins on low-income housing in Woodburn

The 16 low-income family apartments are expected to be completed by end of year

Target to increase its starting wage to $12.

Tens of thousands of team members will receive their second wage increase in six months as Target raises its minimum hourly wage to $12

Design & Development: Broadstone Pearl

This week features the Clackamas Fire Station 16, 5 MLK and the Broadstone Pearl

Design & Development: Clackamas Fire Station 16

This week features Clackamas Fire Station 16, 5 MLK and the Broadstone Pearl developments

Design & Development: 5 MLK

This week features Clackamas Fire Station 16, 5 MLK and the Broadstone Pearl developments

Carbon Black respawns from coffee shop

Cybersecurity company puts down roots in Hillsboro to take advantage of Intel/McAfee talent pool.

$25 million more available for Beaverton urban…

Board is told rising property values within central district will generate more taxes than had been anticipated to pay off debt.

160,000 solar panels soaking up sun in central…

The Gala solar power plant in Crook County is the largest in Oregon and covers almost 400 acres.

Westside pipe project nears approval

Wilsonville may come out on top in the water-share agreement with other governments on the project that will serve much of Washington County.

Reconcraft prepares for move to larger facility

Estacada company's new, larger industrial campus home will likely be complete by summer

Facebook data centers in Oregon help add $6 billion…

Capital investment in Prineville more than $1 billion and more than 200 work full time at local facility.

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