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This thing is going to be so sharp. Perfect place to start filling in that gap in the skyline, too.
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The spa layout makes me think this could hoist a Fairmont flag.
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Bravo!
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Originally Posted by johnliu View Post
O would that this team had done the Y(uck)ard.

I'm looking forward to this addition to Portland.

Hopefully the carts can find a location nearby.

Food cart advocates eye transformation of 9th Avenue for ‘Culinary Corridor’




And here's the excellent presentation made to City council: https://youtu.be/C0HlJPX3wCE?t=823

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This seems like a no brainer. That would be a great way to bring activity to this square and retain some permanent food cart space.

Did they ever fix the structural issues with the square?
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Apparently that is in the works now. I was worried as they fenced it off and I couldn't find info. However I just heard that to use the money the are using for repairs they had to have total vacancy of the land for 90 days, thus the substantial fence. I don't have details as to the extent of work.
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