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NW Portland Con-Way development gains approval

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Portland OK'd an 18 acre-development in Northwest Portland that will include stores, open space and 2,500 residences.

Following a public hearing, Hearings Officer Ken Helm said he would approve the Con-Way master plan.

The plan represents more than a year of negotiations among Con-Way, the city, and the Northwest District Association. Con-Way plans to sell the property to developers, but does not plan to do the development itself. Most of the property between Northwest 18th and 22nd avenues and Pettygrove and Upshur streets is covered in parking lots now.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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