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New tenants announced

September 1, 2011 | Beaverton Valley Times

Gramor Development’s $100 million, 20-acre, Progress Ridge TownSquare, a mixed-use, entertainment shopping center, continues to add new tenants.

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New Seasons Market moves in

September 1, 2011 | Portland Tribune

Market continues to take shape at the Progress Ridge TownSquare

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Progress Ridge TownSquare – Home to Cinetopia

August 1, 2011 | KOIN TV

Beaverton is now home to one of the most technologically advanced movie theaters in all of the US.

Progress Ridge TownSquare – Movie Magic

June 23, 2011 | The Beaverton Valley Times

New Cinetopia Progress Ridge 14 opens Friday with unique entertainment options.

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Progress Ridge – Cinetopia 14 to open Friday in Beaverton

June 23, 2011 |

The 50,000-square-foot movie theater — “Cinetopia 2.0,” as owner Rudyard Coltman says — offers more entertainment choices than the first location, the Millplain 8 complex in Vancouver.

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Progress Ridge TownSquare – $1,000,000 of new development

April 21, 2011 | KXL Radio

325,000 ft total with Big Al’s, New Seasons and Cinetopia.

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Giant townsquare in Beaverton

April 11, 2011 | KEX

Progress Ridge TownSquare is at the heart of one of the largest reclamation projects in the US.

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Oregon’s Most Admired Companies and CEO’s of the Year 2010

December 10, 2010 | Portland Business Journal

Barry Cain honored with CEO of the Year, Commercial Real Estatate and Gramor Development honored in Top 10 Most Admired Companies in Commercial Real Estate in Oregon.

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Gramor Development Co. Bucks Construction Trend

September 24, 2010 | Portland Business Journal

Since July, the Tualatin-based commercial developer and its retail partners have broken ground on four separate projects with a combined value of more than $230 million.

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The Waterfront – Ample challenges ahead

September 15, 2010 | The Columbian

Launch Vancouver’s largest project ever — along the Columbia River waterfront, 22 city blocks. “The city of Vancouver is about to become a waterfront town again,” said Barry Cain of Gramor Development at the dedication a week ago today.

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