Since 1991, Venerable’s goal has been to bring about positive change in neighborhoods through redevelopment projects that increase investment, street activity, building standards and opportunities for new businesses and job creation. During this anniversary year, we recognize and thank our partners, clients, tenants and vendors for their cooperation and their business in helping make Venerable one of the city’s top 10 commercial developers.
Please join Venerable at the 2011 George McMath Award luncheon honoring Elisabeth Walton Potter on May 6 from 11:30 a.m to 1 p.m. at the White Stag Block. Tickets available.
White Stag Block is the cover story in the Winter 2010 edition of Oregon Facilities: Solutions for Building Owners and Managers.
The article by Kelly Lux is titled Adaptive Reuse in Portland’s White Stag Block: Building Managers Find Little Difference in Operating, Managing a Rehabilitated Building.
The “Made in Oregon” sign will soon read “Portland, Oregon” under a deal just okayed between the city, Ramsey Signs and Venerable.
A multimedia art piece was unveiled on Oct. 8 at the White Stag Block to honor the legacy of the Naito family in Old Town Chinatown
White Stag Block wins Grand Award for Building Technology Systems from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Oregon
Today begins a four-day grand opening celebration for the University of Oregon’s new home at the renovated White Stag block, in Old Town at Naito Parkway and Couch Street beside the Burnside Bridge.
Venerable Group Inc. has earned “gold” level certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its multimillion dollar renovation of the White Stag Block in Old Town China Town.
The University of Oregon in Portland has nearly completed its move into an Old Town Chinatown facility that matches the world-class quality of the university’s Portland programs.
Despite its dingy past, Old Town could be entering a new era. The catalyst: a $37 million, 142,000-square-foot renovation of the historic White Stag Block.