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Bob R.

Looking at the 20th & Everett Apartments rendering, I do not believe the building actually gets wider as it goes up.

If you look at the corners, they are purely vertical. There are ornamental elements (pipes, posts?) that fan out from the base to the roof line that create the illusion of the building getting wider.

- Bob R.

Jane J

It isn't residential or mixed use. But. The Board of Directors of the Architecture Foundation of Oregon was fortunate to hold their recent quarterly meeting at another wonderful Waterleaf project -- Henry V Events on NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. We enjoyed a tour by the owners, architects and PDC representative, of a very thoughtful, extremely energy efficient, and pleasant workplace carved out of an old processing plant. Worth checking out on Waterleaf's website ... or better yet -- drive by.

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