The YU Center for Contemporary Arts is an ambitious new initiative aspiring to turn the 1909 Yale Union Laundry Building into an international center for the arts. Located directly across from Holocene at SE 10th Ave between Morrison and Belmont streets, the YU Center sits in the city’s most fertile swath of creative companies, restaurants, and galleries, which are known collectively as the Central Eastside Industrial District.


This article appeared in the December 2010 issue of Portland Monthly.
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