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  1. Portland-made axes, surfboards and bikes hit the shelves at new Pearl retail galleryRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Portland's buy-local ethos will dig in its roots even deeper when MadeHere PDX opens its doors in the Pearl District this weekend. The 3,000-square-foot retail gallery, founded by John Connor, Bob Davis , Chris Elkins and Paul Herring , will feature nothing but products made in Portland, from furniture and jewelry to leather goods, refurbished axes and custom and recycled tube amplifiers.

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  2. A posh (and pet-friendly) downtown Portland hotel to get a $10M makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Business Journal

    A pet-friendly downtown Portland hotel is set for a full-on makeover to the tune of more than $10 million in 2015. The Hotel Vintage Plaza , located at 422 S.W. Broadway in an 1894 building, will undergo a complete remodel and rebranding starting in January and ending in March, according to general manager Sandy Burkett .

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  3. Real Estate Roundup: Suits, sandwiches and natural pet food snatch up spacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Business Journal

    Mud Bay, a natural pet food store, leased space in Tigard in one of the recent deals supplied to the Business Journal's Real Estate Roundup database. Here's a look at some of the latest retail leases in the Portland metro region submitted to Real Estate Roundup, the Business Journal's database of commercial real estate transactions.

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  4. Iconic coffee couple - they're truly 'coffee people' - brews up a new shop in Northwest PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Business Journal

    Jim & Patty's, the iconic Portland coffee shop owned by the couple who founded Coffee People, is adding to its tiny empire with a new location in Northwest Portland. The company has leased close to 850 square feet at Northwest 22nd Avenue and Lovejoy Street in the Franklin Ide , a 92-unit apartment building with ground-level retail.

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  5. Portland steers another $1M to 2 East Portland parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Business Journal

    The money, from the system development charges levied on new construction projects, will help make changes at Leach Botanical Garden and Clatsop Butte Park . All told, around $31 million, from system development charges, has poured into East Portland parks since 2009.

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  6. Auditor: Portland officials were 'remiss' as water treatment facility costs escalatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Business Journal

    A building housing workers for Portland's Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant cost three times as much as the city had planned. This shot comes from a report issued Wednesday by Portland's auditor.

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  7. TriMet: New Orange MAX line could bolster bus serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Business Journal

    The Tilikum Crossing, if a TriMet proposal earns approval, could provide a new path for two heavily used Southeast Portland buses to move in and out of the city. TriMet said it has refined proposals for bus service changes set to take effect when the new MAX Orange line opens in a little less than a year.

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  8. Money goes on a mission at HatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Business Journal

    Kat Taylor of Beneficial State Bank will speak at Money on a Mission, a session for lenders and social entrepreneurs to get acquainted Thursday at Portland's Hatch. Hatch , a social incubator in Northeast Portland, hosts an unusual gathering for startups, social entrepreneurs and nonprofits looking for face time with lenders.

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  9. Meet our Oregon Manufacturing Award honoreesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Business Journal

    The Portland Business Journal's 2014 Oregon Manufacturing Awards take place Oct. 30 at the Sentinel Hotel in downtown Portland. Click through for a look at the companies we'll be feting at the event.

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  10. GoGreen Portland: Why a Hawthorne auto shop makes sustainability a priorityRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Business Journal

    Jim Houser, who owns Hawthorne Auto Clinic Inc. with his wife, Liz Dally, shared why he's been committed to sustainable business practices for more than 30 years in the care repair business. Jim Houser was a little sheepish when he talked about putting cars back on the road.

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  11. Takin' it to the streets: Portland to honor coach, reopen state's oldest bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Business Journal

    The city is renaming a Moda Center street after the only coach, so far, who's brought the city an NBA championship. At 10:30 a.m., the city will dedicate the new Thurman Street Bridge, in Northwest Portland.

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  12. A look inside a 'space age' Portland breweryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Business Journal

    Ecliptic's John Harris created three of Oregon's best-known beers while at Deschutes and ran the highly respected Full Sail Brewmaster Reserve division for that much-loved company. Now he's overseeing vats of his own at Ecliptic, in North Portland.

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  13. Leasing underway for Burnside Bridgehead's first office buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Business Journal

    Construction is set to begin on the Burnside Bridgehead's first spec office building, the Fair-Haired Dumbell, in 2015. The Fair-Haired Dumbell, a project of designer Kevin Cavenaugh of Guerrilla Development Co., will be the first speculative office development in the long-awaited Burnside Bridgehead project at the east end of the Burnside Bridge.

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  14. Depave turns parking lot into reading zone at Creston K-8Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Business Journal

    Volunteers place logs for seats in a depaved area at Portland's Creston K-8 School. The former parking lot was transformed last week into an outdoor learning and play area by volunteers from Depave, a nonprofit, and its partner, R&H Construction.

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  15. Lawsuit against Evergreen Helicopters over deadly Peruvian crash will play out in OregonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Business Journal

    A lawsuit brought against Evergreen Helicopters Inc. by survivors of eight Peruvians killed in a 2008 helicopter crash will play out in Oregon courts rather than in Peru, where the crash occurred. Last week's decision by the Oregon Court of Appeals is a loss for Evergreen - now a subsidiary of Portland-based Erickson Inc. - after winning an earlier lower-court victory when Multnomah Circuit Court granted its motions to dismiss the suit saying Peru was the more convenient forum to litigate the case.

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  16. Bicycle Transportation Alliance conditions support for Portland street 'fee' on bike projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Business Journal

    The Bicycle Transportation Alliance is challenging Portland city officials to include bicycle infrastructure in the list of projects to be funded by a proposed new street fee. The Bicycle Transportation Alliance is conditioning its support for a proposed city street fee on a firm commitment to invest in bicycle infrastructure.

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  17. Portland group rallies support for developer school for autistic adultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Business Journal

    NonPareil Institute founder Dan Selec working with one of the campers at a two-day programming camp for 12 autistic young adults from the Pacific Northwest. Selec traveled from Texas to help facilitate the camp, which was held at George Fox University.

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  18. See Portland the way landscape architects see PortlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | Business Journal

    The Ecotrust/Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center in the Pearl District is one of the stops on the American Society of Landscape Architects Guide to Portland. The American Society of Landscape Architects has you covered.

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  19. Beer fans will have to wait a little longer for 10 Barrel in the PearlRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Business Journal

    The opening of 10 Barrel Brewing Co.' s Portland pub and brewery has been pushed back because of permitting delays.

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  20. The Department of Energy shows some love for Portland librariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Business Journal

    Maria Vargas , a senior program adviser for the U.S. Department of Energy's Better Buildings initiative, is calling on Beaverton and Hillsboro today to honor projects that inspire others to tackle energy-saving retrofits. Both cities are participating in the 2011 Better Buildings Initiative, a federal challenge to boost energy efficiency and show how you did it.

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