With the sudden attack of a Nobel virus in 2020, the whole world and its course got affected. The world economy has seen a significant blow. Some businesses have lost everything, while others have adopted new survival methods. The real estate market in North Carolina has exploded by the end of the pandemic. If you … Read more
This September, the Pearl District Business Association (PDBA) opened nominations for its second annual Pearl District Business Awards to recognize individuals and businesses that are making a difference within Portland’s flourishing Pearl District. The award winners were then honored at a luncheon on Monday, November 14, 2016 at the Benson Hotel. Congratulations to the 2016 Award winners! Ana Dugan, Aveda … Read more
Portlanders are invited to view the elements of the long-range plan to guide growth, change and improvements over the next 20 years, and provide comments to the Planning and Sustainability Commission Portland, ORE. — Portland’s current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 1980. That year, Mt St Helens erupted, Jimmy Carter was president, the first MAX line … Read more
I represent extraordinary Portland, Oregon area homes, and properties. Being a true local, I have expert knowledge of Portland Metro Area real estate. Whether you are looking for homes in suburban and close in Portland, or downtown including high-rise condominiums, I am eager to introduce you to Portland, Oregon, and the lifestyles the area offers.
Just open the app and find great deals you can use right now! PEARL DISTRICT SWAG’R is a new way to get what you want, when you’re in the Pearl! When you bring up a map of the district, you’ll see offers from both local merchants and big name retailers placed nearby. Just head over to … Read more
The Mission of the Pearl District Business Association is to promote the Pearl District as the region’s premier destination for dining, shopping, art, and living. Our goal is to enhance the vitality of business by providing value to our members and to our community. Under the guidance of the Board of Directors, the PDBA is responsible … Read more
Ever squinted your eyes and tried to imagine something that’s only in your head? That’s how it was for those of us who looked over the rail yards and abandoned warehouses of inner northwest Portland some 20 years ago. Rundown and dilapidated, it was a sight that even the best of us squinters had trouble … Read more