The Design Commission weighed in and offered early guidance on Nov. 16 on a proposed design for a 32-unit affordable housing development at 3606 NE MLK Jr. Blvd.
Additional units are proposed for a vibrant Slabtown neighborhood.
Have a passion for architecture, development and public spaces? Consider joining the Portland Design Commission.
The City of Portland is seeking applications for two upcoming openings, each for a four-year term, on the Design Commission. Persons of color are encouraged to apply.
The sold-out National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) annual conference, held in Portland Oct. 11 to 15, featured sessions highlighting innovative building designs and successes in cultural preservation.
On March 15, the Design Commission and the Historic Landmarks Commission presented their annual reports to City Council. Their reports focused on successes and challenges of the past year as well as goals for the coming year.
Have a passion for architecture, development and public spaces? Consider joining the Portland Design Commission
The City of Portland is seeking applications for an interested person to serve a four-year term on the Portland Design Commission. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. Applications are due Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Design Commission Chair Julie Livingston presented the Commission’s annual State of the City report to Portland City Council on October 17, 2018. Five representatives of the development industry testified on behalf of the Commission.