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  1. Take a peek inside Portland's fast-growing lighting companyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Brian Faherty created Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. in 2003 to manufacture and sell lighting fixtures as well as home goods.

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  2. Strategies: Schoolhouse Electric's rise a familiar storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Business Journal

    Working in real estate, Brian Faherty grew tired of seeing home remodelers come up short in the hunt for the right lighting and other fixtures. So Faherty, 50, switched gears.

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  3. 2 Portland-area apartment sales ring up more than $56MRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Business Journal

    Trion Properties recently purchased Woodland Park Estates, a 74-unit community located at 1820 N.E. 104th Ave. in Portland's Gateway neighborhood, for $6.6 million. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Rael Development Corporation.

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  4. Earthquake on the way? The Radiator building in North Portland will let you know about itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Business Journal

    When that day does come, folks working and dining in one unique Portland building might just get the early heads-up they need to get out safely. The Radiator building, one of three new structures comprising the One North mixed-use development bounded by North Vancouver Avenue, North Williams Avenue and North Fremont Street, has been outfitted with a unique earthquake early warning system that can send an instant alert to tenants in advance of a major temblor.

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  5. Portland-area mushroom-based biotech startup nets $360KRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Business Journal

    Entia Biosciences Inc., which is developing high-end skin care products and a nutritional supplement from mushrooms, has raised $360,000 of a $400,000 offering. The angel investors are both from Portland and outside of Oregon and requested not to be named, said Dr. Marvin Hausman , a urologist and the company's CEO.

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  6. SE Portland apartment project sends Cheryl Strayed's favorite food cart packingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Business Journal

    The popular Los Gorditos food truck, which for years has been at Southeast 50th and Division, has temporarily closed because of a new apartment building being constructed at its former location. The truck was spotted in a car wash lot at Southeast 50th and Powell yesterday, and an employee said a new location could be secured as early as Monday.

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  7. Portland's 25 hottest neighborhoods: Where the most homes are sellingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Business Journal

    The Powellhurst-Gilbert/Centennial neighborhood ranks 25th among the number of houses sold during 2015's first quarter. Click through for a look at the 24 other neighborhoods that top the Portland-area's list of total homes sold between January and March.

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  8. 5 things to know today, including the talk of Portland over the past weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Business Journal

    Jon Bell's keeping quite busy these days following the Besaw's matter. That's the popular Northwest Portland restaurant that's been in the spotlight since current owner Cana Flug claimed she was being forced to close the doors.

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  9. Mercy Corps ramps up its Nepal earthquake workRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Business Journal

    Mercy Corps was the first agency to reach families in Sanagaun, 40 minutes outside of Kathmandu. The area had been bypassed as operations focused either on the capital or simply reaching outlying areas.

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  10. Real Estate Roundup: Bank, tech and freight companies sign on for big chunks of space.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Business Journal

    Bank of America Financial Center just leased 36,700 square feet of space in the Portland building that bears its name. Here's a look at some of the latest commercial and retail real estate transactions in the Portland metro region submitted to Real Estate Roundup, the Business Journal's database of commercial real estate transactions.

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  11. 2 deals total more than $27M in Portland region's hot multifamily marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 2 | Business Journal

    The Tualatin View Apartments just sold for nearly $22 million, helping to fuel the metro region's bustling multifamily market. The Portland region's multifamily market keeps chugging along with the recent sale of two apartment complexes totaling more than $27 million.

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  12. A Portland commuting guide to President Obama's visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Business Journal

    Tom Lisicki, president and CEO of Tigard-based Stash Tea Co., visits with President Obama during a trade meeting at the White House. Obama hits town today for a fundraiser and will visit Nike on Friday.

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  13. Sunday Parkways launches with East Portland rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Business Journal

    The East Portland Sunday Parkways festivities this weekend will kick off the city's popular bicycle- and pedestrian-oriented series for 2015. The event features routes, closed to non-local vehicular traffic , around which bicyclists and walkers can travel.

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  14. Popular Indian eatery reopens in Northeast Portland at twice its original sizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Business Journal

    Northeast Portland fans of authentic Indian street food have had to stave off their cravings for the past few weeks while their favorite restaurant closed its doors for a major overhaul. But this morning at 11 a.m., Bollywood Theater reopens its doors with nearly double the space it had before at 2039 N.E. Alberta Street.

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  15. The Besaw's saga: A cautionary tale for any businessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Business Journal

    What is authenticity? Portland prides itself on being different, weird, progressive a one might say authentic. It's an "Authenti-city."

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  16. Massive remodel will add 113K square feet of office and retail space to NorthwestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 5 | Business Journal

    A rendering shows what an old Con-way office building will look like after Capstone Partners and Cairn Pacific wrap up a major renovation in the summer of 2016. The building will offer more than 113,000 square feet of rentable office and retail space.

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  17. Pearl District data center acquired in deal with Florida companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Business Journal

    Known as vXchnge, the company recently acquired eight data centers from Sungard Availability Services, including a 10,500-square-foot facility in Portland at 1233 N.W. 12th Ave. Other facilities included in the acquisition are located in Texas, Minnesota, Missouri, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Tennessee. According to vXchnge, the acquisition is consistent with its strategy to acquire high-quality assets that support existing and new customer deployments in markets across the U.S. "We see tremendous opportunities directly tied to this transaction," said Keith Olsen, CEO of vXchnge.

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  18. Tiny apartments in Northwest Portland land $6M loanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | Business Journal

    A rendering of the Tess O'Brien micro-apartment project, designed by FFA Architecture & Interiors, that's set to break ground in Northwest Portland this month. Pembrook Capital Management, a New York-based commercial real estate investment manager, has closed a $6.25 million mezzanine loan to help fund the development of a 123-unit micro-apartment project in Northwest Portland.

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  19. Portland might not be Uber's holy grailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Business Journal

    Willamette Week Editor Mark Zusman interviews Portland Mayor Charlie Hales and Uber Senior Vice President of Policy and Strategy David Plouffe in Portland for a TechFestNW event. San Francisco-based Uber's deal with the city of Portland was heralded as a possible new model for a company known for contentious relations with local governments.

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  20. Restaurateur files lawsuit claiming ownership of the Besaw's nameRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Business Journal

    As word spreads over the fate of Besaw's Cafe, questions have arisen over who owns the Besaw's name. As she suggested might happen in a story earlier this week, Cana Flug, the current owner of Besaw's restaurant, has filed a trademark dispute lawsuit with the U.S. District Court claiming that she is the rightful owner of the restaurant's name.

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