Oregon endangered places; Towne Crier campaign reset; Portland's most transformative buildings of 2018

Towne Crier campaign reset
We wrote about the Town Crier a couple month’s back and now it looks like they’ve reset their campaign into multiple phases. So, they’re re-launching the campaign under The Treasury, a community-based coffee shop within the Towne Crier building. From their NextSeed page:

Highlighting and focusing on The Treasury in our NextSeed campaign allows our team to strategically begin to bring our target market to our space while the other phases are being permitted and built out. We are confident that this pivot will enhance our business model and structure us for success in the future!

 One of the many endangered places, The Waldron Brothers’ Drugstore is the oldest intact commercial building in The Dalles and constructed during the Civil War of local stone.

One of the many endangered places, The Waldron Brothers’ Drugstore is the oldest intact commercial building in The Dalles and constructed during the Civil War of local stone.

Restore Oregon most endangered spaces for 2019
Since 2011, Restore Oregon has delivered one of the most successful preservation programs in the state: Oregon’s Most Endangered Places. Oregon’s Most Endangered Places program works to raise public awareness of the cultural value of these places, provides direct consultation, distributes seed grants, advocates for pro-preservation public policy, and helps owners leverage additional grants and private investment to support their restoration. Here’s the list for 2019.

What building transformed Portland in 2018?
The Portland Business Journal is looking for the most-transformative commercial real estate project of 2018. Go forth and vote!