A bungled land deal costs the city $5 million—with taxpayers on the hook for the next 293 years.
At the corner of Southwest 3rd Avenue and Oak Street lies
an empty, weed-filled lot that may be the most costly dirt in the city’s
The lot is on its way
to costing its owner nearly
Just 60 miles from Portland. And it has a helicopter pad.
Portland filmmaker Matt McCormick has discovered a real estate offer too good to exist: The owners of the defunct roadside attraction North Fork Survivors Gift Shop—which memorializes the 1980 explosion of Mount St. Helens and the subsequent death of Bigfoot—are selling their property.The cost to own the gift shop, a 28-foot concrete Bigfoot statue, and a buried A-frame house swamped in flowing ...
Portlanders pay a steep price in the nation’s toughest rental market.
The first place Lindsay Bozanich finally found to rent this year came with fingernail clippings in the bed.
probably belonged to the former resident of her $800 Murphy