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Gramor sell Timberland for $43M, its Second Huge Sale in Just 6 Weeks

October 5, 2016 | Portland Business Journal

The Tualatin-based Gramor, headed up by Barry Cain, sold its Timberland Town Center in Beaverton to JLL Income Trust, a real estate investment trust based in Chicago, for $43.1 million.

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Timberland Town Center Changes Ownership

October 5, 2016 | Press Release

North Beaverton’s Timberland Town Center located at the intersection of Barnes Road and 118th Avenue, has been sold for $43.1 million.

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The Waterfront Vancouver Takes Shape in Washington

October 2016 | Western Real Estate Business

At the former site of a waterfront paper mill located 20 minutes outside of Downtown Portland, in Vancouver, WAshintgon, a new mixed-use project is taking form.

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How to Remake the Vancouver Waterfront

October 2016 | Portland Monthly

Welcome to Van Diego!

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Jetboat Tour Gives a Glimpse at What’s to Come on the Columbia at Waterfront Vancouver

September 21, 2016 | Portland Business Journal

Gramor Development and Colliers International gave local brokers a glimpse of Waterfront Vancouver, the 32-acre, $1.5 billion development planned along the banks of the Columbia River.

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Discover West Linn Central Village | September 2016

September 2016 | Community Newspapers

Customized Relief.  The staff at Elements Massage is creating customized programs to relieve client stress.

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Seller’s Market

August 26, 2016 | Portland Business Journal

Five years ago Barry Cain’s Gramor Development fired up the retail scene on the Tigard-Beaverton border with the $60 million Progress Ridge TownSquare development.

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Candleholder Maker Glassybaby Opens in LO!

August 18, 2016 | West Linn Tidings

Seattle-based glassybaby, maker of unique, hand-blown glass votive candleholders and drink glasses, has opened a store in Lake Oswego.

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Oh, My! Glassybaby is Opening a Retail Shop in Lake Oswego! Today!

August 11, 2016 | Lake Oswego Review

Pardon the exclamation points, but anyone who has driven to Washington and waited in line for hours at a glassybaby factory sale is going to be thrilled with this news: The Seattle-based maker of hand-blown votice candle cups is opening its first Oregon retail shop today in downtown Lake Oswego!

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