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Building boom continues

Just to be clear, there is no actual building boom on Foster. To date, only one of the residential projects proposed for the commercial strip in the last year has actually been built—or even begun construction, for that matter. And … Continue reading

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Foster YMCA one step closer to mixed-use redevelopment

As we’ve stated before, change comes to Foster in waves. Whether it’s a spate of new businesses, art galleries, or events such as music festivals and art walks, Foster tends to do things in bunches. Now it appears as if … Continue reading

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Another mixed-use development on Foster inches closer to reality

Foster may very well be growing up, figuratively and literally. It was just a few weeks ago that Holst Architecture presented plans for their four-story, mixed-use affordable housing project slated for development at SE 72nd and Foster. Barely more than … Continue reading

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Construction starts on new apartments off Foster

The first domino has fallen, and construction has started on one of multiple proposed apartment buildings on (or, in this case, just off of) Foster. As per PortlandMaps, a total of 30 apartments will soon rise in a three-story building … Continue reading

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Another “Developable” Lot on the Market

There has been no new construction on Foster, yet the number of properties being marketed for development continues to grow. Last week we highlighted several residential and mixed-use projects that are planned for Foster; this week we see another property come … Continue reading

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Addition by Subtraction: New Dental Building Possibly Slated to Replace Car Dealership

Does anybody remember Grandma’s Funky Furniture? They operated on the corner of SE 63rd and Foster, just next to Round Table Pizza and below the towering, yet often overlooked four-story Berg Christian Enterprises building. It was a brief moment in Foster … Continue reading

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