Portland Landmarks Commission voted to approve the landmark designation of Washington High School on January 14, 2013. This designation is the first step in Venerable’s ultimate goal of rehabilitating the 1923 brick building.
Art DeMuro, champion of historic preservation, passed away on Saturday after a brief battle with cancer.
Art DeMuro gave Portlanders rarest of gifts–a sense of place.
Art DeMuro, a Portland developer and preservationist, whose firm redeveloped the White Stag Block in Old Town and a number of other historical properties, died Saturday after a battle with cancer. He was 57.
Art DeMuro who turned his passion for history and architecture into a successful real estate career, died Saturday.
Venerable Group Inc. and Portland Public School reached a sale price for Washington High School in SE Portland. The school board will discuss the proposed sale at their next meeting on April 23.
Venerable Group and Portland Public Schools have agreed on a tentative sale of the long-vacant Washington High School.
Oregonian editorial discussion on sustainability and historic preservation.
University of Oregon’s Historic Preservation Program will expand thanks to a donation from Art DeMuro, Venerable’s president.
Venerable and Stumptown Coffee sign a 10-year lease for 37,000 square foot space in the Central Eastside District. Construction will begin soon and is scheduled for completion this summer.