This weekend, Tucci of Lake Oswego owners Gregg Matteucci, David Regan and Suzanne Regan will open the long-awaited Buckman Public House, a nearly 300-seat “Oregon” restaurant with a large patio and bar. The restaurant will take up the Northwest corner of the building and be helmed by Jeff Emerson (Tucci) and Ian Wilson (Fenrir). Marthas, […]
Restoring Sovereign. Diggable Monkey has produced an amazing 20-minute video chronicling the Sovereign renovation project. Venerable’s Jessica Engeman provided historic consulting and project management services on this two-year effort. Venerable is also the property manager for this mixed-use building which is 75% residential and 25% commercial.
Venerable has been providing historical consulting and project advisory services to the Sovereign Building renovation at SW Broadway and Madison for the past two years. With construction wrapping up in March 2017, we are excited for the unveiling of this restored historic landmark. The scaffolding is currently coming down to reveal extensive repairs to the […]
Venerable Group and Venerable Properties offices will be closed for the holidays on Friday December 23 and Monday December 26, 2016. We will also close on Monday, January 2, 2017. We wish you a safe and Happy Holiday!
Venerable Group and Venerable Properties offices will be closed on Thursday November 24, 2016 and Friday November 25, 2016 in honor of the holiday. We will reopen with normal hours on Monday November 28, 2016. We wish you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
Check out photos of long vacant Washington High School.
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.
The “Made in Oregon” sign will soon read “Portland, Oregon” under a deal just okayed between the city, Ramsey Signs and Venerable.
One thing’s for certain, if you ask a Preservation Program student “What did you do this summer?” you’re sure to get an interesting answer.