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  • A trio of Hawaii firms, including Architects Hawaii Ltd., FOPCO Inc., Mason Architects and NAVFAC Hawaii recently converted a historic Pearl Harbor building on Ford Island that was recently featured in an episode of “Hawaii Five-0” to become LEED Silver certified and earning a 2014 Preservation Honor Award. The firms adapted the Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance — Building 76’s space to meet its new tenants’ office needs while preserving and rehabilitating…

  • A California developer’s plan to build a second condominium-hotel tower in Waikiki that would be next door to its Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach, project currently under construction on Kuhio Avenue, is currently being reviewed by the City and County of Honolulu with a public hearing scheduled for June 6. Pacrep LLC is aiming to get a Special District Permit for the construction of its 39-story, 350-foot condo-hotel, which consists of up to 280 units, including support facilities, resident…

  • The city of Portland is entertaining a new fee to raise money for street repairs and road safety projects. As Willamette Week reports, two fee structures are being tested to gauge the reaction by businesses and homeowners, both on tap to foot the bill on a monthly basis. For businesses, fees would be based on a combination of square footage and the average number of monthly visitors on site. Larger and busier businesses, like office buildings, would see higher fees than smaller and quieter businesses…

  • The Portland Trail Blazers are ready for the playoffs. As part of the Portland Business Journal's coverage, we're taking a look at several of the team's operational fortes. Writer Ben Golliver took a look at how the team is, under the direction of President Chris McGowan, inching closer to profitability. Click through the gallery for a detailed look at the new Moda Center suites I also talked to former Blazer Brian Grant about his Foundation(which backs research for Parkinson's disease) as…

  • A riverfront entertainment district in West Sacramento  stalled by the end of redevelopment looks as if it could be moving forward again, according to Mayor Christopher Cabaldon. Earlier this week, Cabaldon and city councilmembers heard a presentation from The Cordish Cos. on developing the Stone Lock District, 210 acres owned by the city at the north edge of the Southport neighborhood and bisected by the Barge Canal. According to the Cordish website, the Stone Lock District would have up to 890,000…