Portland's waterfront bouncing back

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Construction and condo prices are bouncing back along Portland's waterfront.

For a few years it was a boom town with people buying condos sight unseen. Everything was going well, until the economy got in the way in 2008. Construction projects and condo sales suddenly stalled.

Now, the building cranes have been returning to the waterfront for projects including the Zidell's Emory, a 118-unit apartment building set to open in just two weeks.

Read more at KGW.

 

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