If you love food the eastside is for you!

For years, the Eastside of Portland has been home to many of the best restaurants in town.  Within a short walking distance of TwentyTwenty you have 2017 GQ’s top 10 restaurant in America, Han Oak as well as Bon Appetit’s 2017 best new restaurant list member, Tusk. 2018 looks to be more of the same for Eastside foodies, whether you’re looking to impress a date or catch up with old friends over lunch NE Burnside is where you need to be.  This week Portland Monthly published their annual best restaurants issue, local favorite Gabriel Rucker’s 3rd location Canard took home this…

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Congratulations

Today marks a milestone in the building of TwentyTwenty.  Andersen Construction topped off the building, with the final deck pour occurring this morning. In an article posted on the Daily Journal of Commerce’s website, Sam Tenney goes into more detail regarding the progress being made at the corner of NE Multnomah St. and 21st. Ave.  To read more about it please click here.

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And the winner is….

For the second year in a row, the people have spoken and PHK Development has come out on top!  In this years reader rankings issue of DJC Oregon, PHK was voted the number one private development company in the Portland metro area.  TwentyTwenty is a community that aligns with past PHK development projects and looks to be a welcome addition to the exciting Inner Eastside.  To see the reader rankings for 2018 click here.

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Keep Smiling

According to a new survey by WalletHub, Portland has some of the happiest residents of any city in America. The Portland Tribune posted an article detailing the results of the survey and Portland raked #7 based on a number of criteria.  There were three key factors, entertainment and recreation, nightlife and parties, and the cost to have fun that were then broken down further.  With the great location of TwentyTwenty, residents will have no problems taking advantage of all three.  For the complete list and the contributing factors click here.

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Steady Growth Continues

In an article breaking down a report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service, Jon Bell of the Portland Business Journal writes about the continued rise of Portland-area home prices. While home prices rose 6 percent over the last year, the report also shows that available inventory has risen over the same time.  TwentyTwenty is excited to be one of those options and, with prices starting at $289,950, we think there is an opportunity for everyone to own in this market.  For the full article please click here.

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All The Cool Kids Are Doing It!

A recent Willamette Week article, by Elise Herron, shows that people are gravitating to the central eastside.  Using data pulled from RentCafe, Elise explains that people between the ages of 22 to 37 have been moving into the central eastside at rates most cities don’t see.  While the article calls out high home prices and high rents in the Laurelhurst and Kerns area, TwentyTwenty offers more affordable options and still has great access to all the things that make the eastside the most up and coming place to live.  For the full article click here.

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Portland Monthly: Will Portland’s Condo Market Make a Comeback?

Portland Monthly’s Marty Patail spoke with Pat Kessi, president of PHK about Portland’s condo market. Is it ready for a comeback? Condos used to be hot. A graph of condo development in Portland resembles a shark fin. During the building frenzy leading up to Great Recession, local developers added 4,651 units between 2005 and 2008. And since then, including these new buildings in the works? Only 794 units. READ MORE. You can find the full story in the June print edition of Portland Monthly, or read online HERE. If you would like to follow the development of TwentyTwenty in the year…

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Like TwentyTwenty, Portland’s music scene offers something for everyone!

When the news dropped about Live Nation coming to Lloyd Center we were all excited, but we don’t need to wait to discover new local acts.  Portland Monthly put together a diverse collection of local artists that offers something for everyone’s tastes.  Click here to see the article and hopefully we’ll be seeing these artist again on the Live Nation stage.

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Keeping you in the (green) loop

As is the case with many Portlanders, we’re excited about the future plans for easier, safer, and faster biking/walking around our city.  We’ve posted articles and links in the past about the green loop and the plans for a pedestrian only bridge over I84,  and today is another one of those opportunities.  In an article released by Daily Journal of Commerce  written by Chuck Slothower, we learn a bit more about the plans and how it will work with local businesses and the communities as a whole.  The article also touches upon the exciting plans for Block 216 and how…

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Live Nation is coming to Lloyd Center!

The good news keeps coming in for future TwentyTwenty residents!  This time it’s in the release of the news that Live Nation Entertainment is going to be opening a mid-size concert venue on the top floor of the old Nordstrom space at the Lloyd Center.  In an article released this week by the Oregonian, Elliot Njus explains that this move is in line with larger plans to expand entertainment options in the Lloyd Center.  Bob Dye, General Manager for the Lloyd Center, is quoted in the article saying that “What we’re looking for on the second floor is another entertainment-style…

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