Only 180 people will be able to move in; three more sites are expected to be announced soon.
When tourists start flocking back to the city, they’ll have plenty of new lodging options.
News You Can Use
Booster shots for the 65+ crowd, a redistricting ruckus in Salem, and more schoolkids in quarantine.
Post-pandemic, downtown Portland has been reeling. Acknowledging that there's a problem is an important step toward fixing it.
Where to Live Now
Cultural temples, greatest-hit food halls and Portland's living room
Kelly Clarke and Margaret Seiler
What To Do
The annual event is more dispersed, masked, and distanced, but still aglow.
An icon of local eating returns to his original kitchen in a do-or-die food world.
Justice means jail, federal means fenced, and parks used to be single-sex.
Notes on downtown’s 24-hour neon dive from a former teenage client
Despite an 8 pm curfew, Portlanders took to the streets for a second night in a row, to protest the killing of George Floyd.
Portlanders took to the streets to protest the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Here are the scenes they left behind.
On moving from "big city" downtown to the unofficial club that is "the neighborhood."
The Big Deals
Big-deal developments to watch for downtown, in Goose Hollow, and on a surging Sandy Boulevard
The 35-story tower replacing the SW 10th and Alder food cart pod will soon house a luxury hotel.
In her downtown shop, the master milliner crafts hats for stars—and for everyday Portlanders, too.
The iconic brand opens its second biggest US location in the former Meier & Frank space.
Marty Patail and Eden Dawn
Word of Mouth
Namely in a downtown wine shop.
The downtown spot is good. But where's the spark?
James Beard Award-winning chefs Greg and Gabi Denton bring their downtown French comfort menu into the daylight.
Eat Here Now
Slurp, sip, and repeat.