Monthly Archives: February 2014

Portland’s Old Town Recovery Center featured in Urban Land Magazine Holistic Health ranking

A long-derelict former Burger King on a prominent corner of downtown has been replaced by a three-story facility that integrates primary health care and behavioral health care into one building. Designed by local firm SERA Architects for Central City Concern, a local nonprofit organization that addresses homelessness, poverty, and addiction, the Old Town Recovery Center is an expansion of the Old Town Clinic next door. Further capitalizing on the urban potential of the site, the building’s structure was designed to support the potential addition of high-rise, low-income multifamily housing on … Read More

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ULI Northwest Sponsors Cairncross & Hempelmann to introduce Transit-Oriented Development Practice Group

Cairncross & Hempelmann announced the launch of its new Transit-Oriented Development Group, chaired by Randal Olsen. The Group was formed in response to the growing real estate development opportunities at and near rapid transit stations in the Puget Sound area. Click here to read the official press release.

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Sign up now for “Structuring and Executing Your Best Real Estate Deal”

A ULI Real Estate Entrepreneur Program at ULI Headquarters in Washington, DC. The Business of Building Communities How a deal is structured and executed can impact more than just the financial success or failure of a real estate project. It can also determine the level of ongoing business success, and how risks and returns are allocated to various parties in the deal. In this new ULI program, participants will be guided through the process of sourcing, acquiring, and executing their best independent real estate deal. Click here for more information and to register

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ULI Working with Portland Mayor Hales on Strategy to Enhance the Appeal of the Central Eastside District as a Twenty-First Century Employment Hub Serving a Range of Businesses

PORTLAND (February 10, 2014) — The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use is in Portland this week working with Portland Mayor Charlie Hales and several local public officials to initiate the creation of strategy to position the Central Eastside District (CES) as a twenty-first century business district offering sufficient flexibility to serve longtime industrial employers as well as new, emerging industries. Click here to continue reading.

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