Retro Remix

How This Bethany Mansion Got a Vital Injection of Vintage Cool

A downstairs game room, a reverse conversation pit, mustard-colored sofas. We're here for all of it.

09/05/2020 By Marty Patail Photography by Dina Avila

Real Estate

City Deals a Big Blow to Single Family Zoning in Portland

President Trump has been tweeting about backing off on zoning regulations. Portland is headed in the opposite direction.

08/19/2020 By Julia Silverman

Black Lives Matter

A New Portland Group Fights Gentrification by Renovating Black-Owned Homes

“Real estate is inherently racist,” says real estate agent Lauren Goché.

08/08/2020 By Elise Herron

Little Joys of Summer

Keep That New Victory Garden Looking Good With These Tips

We asked plant expert Wesley Younie for advice on keeping our gardens so fresh and so clean throughout the summer.

08/01/2020 By Eden Dawn

Little Joys of Summer

Might As Well Pick Up a Hobby This Summer

From book binding to wood burning, put these stay-at-home hours to good use and learn something new.

08/01/2020 By Marty Patail

Little Joys of Summer

Walk This Way toward Your Own Personal Portland Scavenger Hunt

Neighborhood walks aren't canceled this year, so add these spots to your route and explore the city.

08/01/2020 By Margaret Seiler Photography by Mike Novak

In Season

Must-Have Fruits and Veggies to Eat Now

Josh Alsberg, Portland’s premier produce junkie, drops some seasonal knowledge.

06/01/2020 Edited by Ben Tepler

Interiors

Local Companies See Interest Surge in Home Office Furniture

When you don’t gotta go to work, work, work, but you gotta put in work, work, work.

04/24/2020 By Margaret Seiler

Garden Culture

Faced with Peak Season Pressure, Portland’s Nursery Industry Adapts to COVID-19

Plus: where to order plants and veggies for pick-up and delivery.

04/02/2020 By Benjamin Tepler

Real Estate 2020

Portland Neighborhoods by the Numbers 2020: The City

The teeter-totter of Portland housing prices might not be level, but it's a lot less steep.

04/01/2020 Edited by Julia Silverman

Real Estate 2020

Portland Neighborhoods by the Numbers 2020: The Suburbs

The teeter-totter of Portland housing prices might not be level, but it’s a lot less steep.

04/01/2020 Edited by Julia Silverman

April 2020

Real Estate Guide 2020

2020 may be the year Portland’s pie-in-the-sky residential real estate market is coming—ever so slightly—back to Earth.

04/01/2020

April 2020

Real Estate Guide 2020

2020 may be the year Portland’s pie-in-the-sky residential real estate market is coming—ever so slightly—back to Earth.

04/01/2020

Q&A

Portland Gets Real About Real Estate

The inside scoop about Portland real estate from the people who see it first hand.

04/01/2020 By Julia Silverman

good hoods

Portland Hoods You Should Know

It's the best time to buy in years. Where should you be looking to spend your money and why?

04/01/2020 By Ben Tepler, Conner Reed, Julia Silverman, Margaret Seiler, and Kyle Sosa

Flash Sale

Have a House to Sell? Your Buyer Might Be a Real Estate Start-Up

Portland is a Pacific Northwest proving ground for firms like Opendoor and Zillow Offers.

04/01/2020 By Julia Silverman

The Big Deals

Three Projects Reshaping Portland Neighborhoods

Big-deal developments to watch for downtown, in Goose Hollow, and on a surging Sandy Boulevard

04/01/2020

Cooling Market

Once Stratospheric, the Portland Real Estate Market Is Looking More Earthbound This Year

If not a buyer’s market, it’s at least a balanced one.

04/01/2020 By Julia Silverman

Spring Arts: Design

This Portland Cemetery Is an Unsung Example of “The Earliest American Art Form”

Local historian John Doyle will lead a tour of River View Cemetery in April for Design Week.

02/25/2020 By Conner Reed

Library of the Future

Multnomah County Wants to Build Your Dream Library ... in Gresham

At 95,000 square feet, the new branch could rival the iconic downtown location.

02/07/2020 By Kyle Sosa