Portland’s construction boom has slowed, but it still feels like there are cranes everywhere. Indeed, there are 60 or so developments under construction valued at $10 million or more. They can be found throughout the city, but most are clustered in the downtown core. Other construction hotspots include North Interstate Avenue, the Pearl District and […]
A measure in the State House would give developers tax incentives that could double the number of affordable housing units currently being constructed, backers say. https://www.pressherald.com/2019/05/06/maine-housing-backers-push-80-million-in-public-funding-for-low-income-apartments/
National attention on the tenant protections passed in Portland as local advocates push for more. https://www.wweek.com/news/city/2019/03/08/oregons-rent-control-law-garners-national-acclaim-and-local-criticism/
Summary of Senate Bill 608 and answers to many of the questions that you may have. https://oregonrealtors.org/sites/default/files/Senate%20Bill%20608%20summary.pdf
With so many questions floating around about Opportunity Zones, we have the answers to several of them! Who Opportunity Zone Benefits Apply To: Any person or entity with a capital gain that would be recognized prior to 12/31/2026 who, within 180 days of the capital event, invests the capital gain into an “Qualified Opportunity […]
This might be Nike’s hometown, but with software startups and a slew of new apparel brands, this Pacific Northwest city is impossible to pin down. https://www.inc.com/surge-cities/best-places-start-business.html
The Portland Planning Commission recently approved a sweeping development for the five-acre site. https://www.kgw.com/article/money/business/dense-development-planned-for-portlands-pepsi-blocks/283-623017144
On Wednesday, October 17th the Fall 2018 Apartment Report from Multifamily NW debuted at the sold-out Apartment Report Break[pdf-embedder url=”http://tfn-ire.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/mfnw-apartment-report-fall-2018.pdf” title=”mfnw apartment report fall 2018″]fast at the Oregon Convention Center.