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  1. Portland 'big winner' in Under Armour announcementRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Ellen Schmidt-Devlin, director of the University of Oregon's new Sports Product Management program, said the city and the entire industry will benefit from Under Armour's Portland expansion. Under Armour's lease of the former YMCA building just south of downtown further cements Portland's reputation as the hub of the sportswear industry .

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  2. A closer look at Under Armour's new Portland siteRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Under Armour has purchased the YMCA building on Southwest Barbur Boulevard for a major Portland expansion. The move will help the company compete with Nike and Adidas, its primary competitors, on those companies' home turf.

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  3. Under Armour makes bold Portland expansion, leases former YMCARead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The company on Monday confirmed it plans to grow its footwear and innovation operations in Portland. The confirmation followed Business Journal inquiries last week about the sale of a nearly 70,000-square-foot former YMCA immediately south of downtown.

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  4. 3 commercial real estate takeaways on Under Armour's new SW Portland buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | Business Journal

    Jennifer Medak is keeping an eye on the Lair Hill neighborhood as Under Armour prepares to expand its Portland footprint. Under Armour's purchase of the old YMCA facility on Southwest Barbur Boulevard, for $10 million, could have a huge effect on commercial real estate both near the site itself as well as throughout the city.

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  5. Under Armour makes bold Portland expansion, will lease former YMCARead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Business Journal

    The company on Monday confirmed it plans to grow its footwear and innovation operations in Portland. The confirmation followed Business Journal inquiries last week about the sale of a nearly 70,000-square-foot former YMCA immediately south of downtown.

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  6. Fort Point apartment property sells for $130MRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Business Journal

    An affiliate of Chicago-based Equity Residential has acquired the luxury 315 on A apartments in Boston's Fort Point neighborhood for $130.3 million, according to a Suffolk County deed. EQR-315 on A Apartments LLC, an affiliate of Equity Residential , on April 17 acquired the 202-unit luxury tower from an affiliate of Portland, Oregon-based Gerding Edlen , which developed the project .

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  7. Roundup: Spirits in Oregon City and the Little Big Burger team's foray into frankfurtersRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Hop Dog, the latest restaurant from local duo Katie Poppe and Micah Camden, has leased space at 412 S.W. 12th Ave. Here's a look at some of the latest commercial real estate transactions in the Portland metro region submitted to Real Estate Roundup, the Business Journal's database of commercial real estate transactions. Trails End Spirits, a distillery, has leased 8,250 square feet of space at 21553 S. Highway 213 in Oregon City.

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  8. Peek inside North Portland's inventive mixed-use project with lots of curvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Business Journal

    Cedar siding on the east building at One North. Click through the gallery for a closer look at the unique building at N. Vancouver Ave. and N. Fremont St. When the development team behind the east and west buildings at One North, a creative mixed-use project under construction at North Vancouver Ave. and North Fremont St., went to source cedar siding for the project, they didn't just go with Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood.

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  9. Former jazz club in Ladd's Addition lands a coffee roasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Business Journal

    Urban Works Real Estate helped coffee roaster Upper Left Roasters find a home in a renovated former jazz club in Ladd's Addition. A former jazz club in Ladd's Addition will now be home to a Portland coffee roasting company and coffeehouse.

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  10. Orange is the new library receipt: Multnomah switches up its paperRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Business Journal

    The system has become the first major library operation in the country to sustainably source the paper it uses to print patron receipts and hold slips. Whereas most receipts are printed on paper that contains bisphenol A or bisphenol S, Multnomah has switched to an alternative paper made by Wisconsin-based Appvion Inc. That paper uses a vitamin C formulation in place of phenols like BPA or BPS.

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  11. $26M mixed-use development could revitalize sleepy Portland suburbRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Business Journal

    One of the metro region's quieter suburbs is in line for a jolt of downtown activity in the form of a $26 million mixed-use development. The city of Tigard's City Center Development Agency gave the go-ahead this week to a 157-unit market rate apartment development in downtown near the Fanno Creek Greenway Trail and a 10-minute walk from retail shops on Main Street.

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  12. With innovative partnership, N.C. craft brewery paves way for national growthRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Business Journal

    A new partnership between Boone's Appalachian Mountain Brewery and Portland, Ore.-based Craft Brew Alliance has the potential to quickly propel the small North Carolina brewery onto a national stage through enhanced capacity and connections. In the near term, it spells greater exposure throughout North Carolina for Appalachian, or AMB, launched in 2011 and one of the few publicly traded craft breweries in the country.

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  13. Portland craft brewing titan gives East Coast partner a nudge toward national growthRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Business Journal

    A new partnership between Portland-based Craft Brew Alliance and Appalachian Mountain Brewery of Boone, North Carolina, could propel the small N.C. brewery onto a national stage through enhanced capacity and connections. In the near term, it spells greater exposure in the Triad and throughout North Carolina for Appalachian Mountain Brewery, launched in 2011 and one of the few publicly traded craft breweries in the country.

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  14. The old home of the Belmont goats will soon be a $74M grocery store-anchored developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Business Journal

    The former home of the Belmont Goats is being transformed into a 247-unit apartment complex and retail hub anchored by Market of Choice and Orchard Supply Hardware. The project, by Killian Pacific, should be completed in the first half of 2017.

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  15. $6.9M Sellwood apartment complex sale keeps the multifamily fire burningRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | Business Journal

    Portland's red-hot multifamily scene continues to flare with the sale of a 46-unit apartment building at a prominent intersection in Sellwood. A private investor has purchased the Sellwood Apartments for $6.9 million.

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  16. Newly-appointed Hilton executive to oversee Portland operationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | Business Journal

    Frank Welton , who had been general manager of Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center and DoubleTree by Hilton at the Seattle Airport, is now the area general manager of Hilton 's Seattle/Northwest region. Welton's expanded responsibilities encompass supervision of the teams and operations at five additional hotels, including the Hilton Portland, Embassy Suites Portland Downtown and Hilton Vancouver, in Vancouver, Wash.

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  17. The inside details of Jaguar's new Portland incubatorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | Business Journal

    Jaguar Land Rover intends to work with startups developing technology that can be adapted for the connected car market. Click through the gallery for a look inside the Pearl District lab that will soon add a full-fledged startup incubator.

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  18. As new owners move in, a peek inside the Burnside RocketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | Business Journal

    Some of the unique artwork on the outside of the Burnside Rocket building will likely be freshened up. The building's new owners may commission new works as well.

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  19. "Failed" Bay Area mall sold for $54.5 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Business Journal

    An East Oakland enclosed mall that lost major retail tenants in the 1990s and was reborn as a government service center has been sold for $54.5 million. Walnut Creek-based investment firm Vertical Ventures bought Eastmont Town Center's 541,390-square-foot office portion, bounded by Foothill Blvd., Church St., Bancroft Ave. and 73rd Ave. The two-story office portion is 75 percent leased to tenants including Alameda County, the Oakland Public Library and Planned Parent hood.

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  20. "Failed" Bay Area mall sold for $54.5 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Business Journal

    An East Oakland enclosed mall that lost major retail tenants in the 1990s and was reborn as a government service center has been sold for $54.5 million. Walnut Creek-based investment firm Vertical Ventures bought Eastmont Town Center's 541,390-square-foot office portion, bounded by Foothill Blvd., Church St., Bancroft Ave. and 73rd Ave. The two-story office portion is 75 percent leased to tenants including Alameda County, the Oakland Public Library and Planned Parent hood.

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