Two local businesses finally have a brick-and-mortar location to call home
EUGENE, Ore. — By this summer, downtown Eugene could be home to hundreds of new people.
A trend of new growth is continuing in downtown Eugene as the area gets ready to welcome several new businesses over the next few months while one has already opened its doors for dessert.
Eugene loses one specialty cafe but gains another downtown
A flurry of new businesses adds to the bustle in Eugene’s core
Come experience the Miracle on 5th Street every Friday and Saturday night at 5th Street Public Market where it will be snowing now to Christmas.
Stories lend a literary air to the Overpark garage stairwell
The City’s Cultural Services division is again collaborating with a team of graduate students from the Arts Administration Program at the University of Oregon to brighten downtown Eugene during the dark days of November with... Read more
The city of Eugene is looking for a buyer to redevelop the downtown property that’s home to Bradford’s Home Entertainment.
Mail-order food company Harry & David is relaunching its winter-season call center in downtown Eugene, after a two-year absence.
Construction crews are hard at work renovating the old Taco Time building on the corner of Broadway Avenue and Willamette Street.
A former pastry chef at King Estate in Lorane and Eugene’s Marché restaurant is striking out on her own with a new restaurant in the former Broadway Market space at West Broadway and Charnelton Street in downtown Eugene.
The Willamette Valley is noted for its rich farmland, world-class wineries and charming covered bridges and byways
Students praise LCC’s first housing complex downtown
Redevelopment brings life to the once lackluster core of Eugene
One of the ongoing questions about downtown redevelopment has been the impact of the new office and retail space on other buildings around town. Is the new development attracting new businesses
Bijou Art Cinemas, an art-house theater near the University of Oregon campus, plans to open another cinema in the heart of downtown this winter, program manager Edward Schiessl said Tuesday
The new Lane Community College downtown student housing building at 975 Charnelton Street, Titan Court, is now leasing to students for fall term occupancy