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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Con-way finalized the sale of two acres at its Northwest Portland campus, to become a New Seasons Market, other retail, and an 115-unit apartment complex.

The renovation is set to begin in 2014 and open in spring 2015.

Vancouver-based developer C.E. John Co. paid $6 million for the site at Northwest 21st and Raleigh, according to property records. It announced plans for a development called Slabtown Marketplace, anchored by New Seasons, in January.

Con-way has been working since 2008 on plans to redevelop its 17.5-acre campus -- now dominated by office buildings and surface parking lots -- by selling parcels to developers for housing, retail and office projects.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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