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Proposal For Retail Development Around Bradley Center Is Dead
Published April 27, 2011
PASS PLAY: In Portland, Anna Griffin noted the Trail Blazers and Portland Development Commission last week announced that the team "will allow its development rights over a chunk of the 40-acre" Rose Quarter complex to expire. The "only logical conclusion" is that Blazers Owner Paul Allen "has not seen anything to convince him that development of the Rose Quarter is worth his time or attention." Though its location "can't be beat, the Rose Quarter sits on a slope that poses logistical challenges to any developer" (OREGONLIVE.com, 4/26).