The following links are Venerable team members, other partners and community organizations with an interest in historic preservation and revitalization.
- 1000 Friends of Oregon: Volunteer organization that works to keep Oregon a state with livable communities, productive farm and forestlands, protected scenic and natural areas.
- Architectural Heritage Center: Non-profit resource center and showcase for historic preservation. We offer a wide range of education programs and exhibits.
- Bremik Construction: Construction partner on a number of Venerable projects.
- Central Eastside Industrial Council: Non-profit, volunteer organization represents businesses and property owners residing in the Central Eastside Industrial District (CEID)
- City of Portland: Official city website.
- City of Portland Historic Preservation website: Offers list of Portland’s historic properties and historic resources.
- City of Portland Historic Resources Codes
- City of Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement
- Classical Chinese Garden: Walled garden is adjacent to Portland’s Chinatown.
- COMP: Commercial Real Estate Brokers of Metropolitan Portland is an affiliation of Portland’s top independent commercial real estate practitioners collaborating to provide the best commercial advisory and brokerage services, plus Tenant & Buyer representation.
- Emerick Architects: Portland architectural firm that worked on Porter-Glisan Building and Northwest Fence & Wire Works.
- Fletcher Farr Ayotte: Portland architects who partnered with Venerable on the White Stag Block project.
- Historic Preservation League of Oregon: Non-profit volunteer organization with the mission to preserve, reuse and pass forward Oregon’s historic resources
- LinkRE: links to real estate resources and directory.
- Mill Pond Village: Mixed-use neighborhood surrounding a historic mill pond in Astoria, Oregon.
- National Park Service—Preservation: Protects and preserves historic landmarks for future generations.
- National Register of Historic Places in Oregon: Locate historic properties in the state. List is by county then city.
- National Trust for Historic Preservation: Helping people protect, enhance and enjoy the places that matter to them.
- Old Town/China Town Neighborhood: Historic Portland, Oregon neighborhood with eclectic shops and professional offices, fine restaurants and nightclubs, galleries and homes.
- Oregon Heritage Commission: Website has state’s Heritage Programs which work with Oregonians to help preserve and protect the state’s heritage and historic resources.
- Oregon State Preservation Office: Established in 1967 to manage and administer programs for the protection of the state’s historic and cultural resources.
- Portland Association of Building Owners and Managers (Portland BOMA): Membership organization that represents and provides services and education to the commercial real estate industry.
- Portland Development Commission: Portland agency created by voters in 1958 to develop and finance urban renewal projects.
- Portland Historic Landmarks Commission: City commission that provides leadership and expertise on maintaining and enhancing Portland’s historic and architectural heritage.
- Preservationdirectory.com: Online resource to foster the preservation of historic buildings, historic downtowns and neighborhoods, cultural resources and to promote heritage tourism by facilitating communication among historic preservation professionals and the general public.
- Regional Art & Culture Council: Portland agency that is a clearing house for arts and culture to the community.
- SERA Architects: Portland architects also interested in historic preservation and sustainability project.
- University of Oregon websites
Historic Preservation Program
Architecture and Allied Arts
- Waterleaf Architects: Portland architects for Telegram Building
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