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New $122M VA building houses research, mental health treatment
Photo by Benjamin Benschneider Photography
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs held a grand opening last week for its $121.6 million mental health and research building its Beacon Hill medical campus.

20-story, 205-unit tower eyed for U District

By BRIAN MILLER

Longtime University District landlord Lee & Associates has owned the neighboring Maverick and Brooklyn apartment buildings for decades. Now, after the 2017 U District upzone, it's exploring redevelopment plans.


Don Mar and Hewitt to show design for 206 Place

By BRIAN MILLER

On a midblock site at 206 Fifth Ave. S. in the International District, veteran builder and developer Don Mar is planning 65 condominiums with no parking.


Leach Botanical Garden improvements planned

By JOURNAL STAFF

Construction of the first phase of improvements to Leach Botanical Garden in southeast Portland will start this summer, according to Lindsey Heller, a principal with Seattle-based Land Morphology.

Liberty Bank Building opens Saturday

By BRIAN MILLER

Capitol Hill Housing has announced the opening and ribbon-cutting for its 115 affordable units in the new Liberty Bank Building near 23rd and Union.


Final design ready for 98 units near U Village

By BRIAN MILLER

The local owners of a development site at 4600 Union Bay Place N.E., just west of University Village, will have a second and likely final design review this month for a proposed six-story, 98-unit apartment building.


Culinary trail near Quebec City

By JOHN MARSHALL

Danielle Ricard was walking through the woods not far from the shore of the St. Lawrence River when her husband, Jean-Pierre, kicked a patch of mushrooms. It led to an epiphany.


At the Movies: In ‘Us,' Jordan Peele holds a dark mirror to America

By JAKE COYLE

Jordan Peele has tightened his grip in “Us,” a less satirical and more slaughterhouse horror parable than the writer-director's astonishing debut, “Get Out,” that despite its deficiencies will leave all who enter its shadowy world convinced of Peele's growing command as a singular conjurer of American nightmares.


After Hours: AquaSox home is now Funko Field

Funko, Inc., maker of pop culture products, has announced a six-year deal with the Minor League Baseball team.


German whiskey booming at micro distilleries

By DAVID RISING

Bastian Heuser swirls the snifter of deep amber whiskey before taking a sip, noting its sweet caramel flavor that soon opens up with hints of spices, nuts and dried fruits.


TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Flower ‘super bloom' causes traffic jam
Leach Botanical Garden improvements planned

Business
Boeing to make safety feature standard on troubled Max jets
High court exempts tribe from fuel tax
Alaska ups budget for ferry review
Final design ready for 98 units near U Village

Construction
New $122M VA building houses research, mental health treatment
Liberty Bank Building opens Saturday

Environment
Company applies for mining permit in Skagit River headwaters

Weekend
Culinary trail near Quebec City
German whiskey booming at micro distilleries
Want to help bees? Plant flowering herbs
After Hours: AquaSox home is now Funko Field
At the Movies: In ‘Us,' Jordan Peele holds a dark mirror to America
Donny and Marie to end Las Vegas show
Tutankhamun's tomb comes to Paris

Real Estate
Idaho OKs alcohol at historic theaters
Don Mar and Hewitt to show design for 206 Place
20-story, 205-unit tower eyed for U District





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Baylis Architects
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Wood Harbinger






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