Category Archives: Architecture

42nd Avenue rides wave of enthusiasm

“The next step is to take the rough plans to an architect and then bring back the drawings to the community. The Village Building Convergence program won’t provide any funding but will guide the process, give technical support involving everything … Continue reading

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Open House for design input for Alberta Court Crossing on 42nd Avenue

We’re holding 2 Open Houses in the Witham & Dickey Conference Room to present the progress in design planning for the Village Building Convergence Alberta Crossing Intersection project (NE 42nd Ave & Alberta Count).  You can attend one or both … Continue reading

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James H Kunstler Dissects Suburbia

We need 20 minute neighborhoods. Check this TED video with James H Kunstler. I wonder what his thoughts are about Portland?

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Columbia Crossing: What Does It Mean?

The Columbia River Crossing. Can this $4 billion project over the 2nd biggest watershed in the US be turned into a GOOD financial, infrastructure and social investment? On March 25th, a panel of VIP experts gathered in Portland, Oregon for … Continue reading

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