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The Metropolitan Achieves LEED Silver Status

The Metropolitan, a landmark urban renewal project in Portland’s Pearl District, has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification at the silver level. The certification is yet another example of Hoyt Street Properties’ dedication to creating an eco-friendly living environment in the Pearl District.
9/18/2008

Hoyt Team Raises Funds, Awareness, and Solidarity in Race for the Cure

This year Hoyt joined the fight against breast cancer by organizing a community team for the 17th Annual Komen Race for the Cure. Tapping the spirit of the Pearl District, PinkPearls became a neighborhood-wide team dedicated to raising money to support breast cancer research, education and treatment.
10/3/2007

Hoyt Street Properties Supports “Salmon for the Sandy”

Hoyt Street Properties is proud to be involved in supporting Salmon for the Sandy– a public art and education campaign designed to raise awareness about the conservation and restoration of the Sandy River basin.
8/27/2007

Hoyt Forms Pearl District Community “Race for the Cure” Team

Hoyt is proud to join the fight against breast cancer by organizing a community team to participate in the 17th Annual Komen Portland Race for the Cure.
8/10/2007

Free Pedicab Rides Add to August First Thursday Festivities at Hoyt Realty Group

Focusing on car-free transportation options for Pearl District visitors and residents, Hoyt Street Properties is partnering with Portland Rose Pedals Pedicab and PDX Pedicab on First Thursday, August 2nd, to give guests a fun-filled option for touring the area: free pedicab rides.
7/27/2007

"Pearl District" Street Signs

You may have noticed an addition to the street signs around the Pearl recently...
7/24/2007

The Encore is Named One of the Top Projects of 2007

The Encore, Hoyt Street Properties’ latest mixed-use condominium project, has been named one of the “Top Projects” of 2007 by Commerce magazine.
6/28/2007

Hoyt Street Properties Accepted to Participate in Pilot LEED for Neighborhood Development Program

Hoyt Street Properties has been accepted to participate in U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Neighborhood Development program, a pioneering rating system that extends the possibility of LEED certification from individual buildings to entire neighborhoods.
6/1/2007

Hoyt Street Properties Welcomes Eddie Bauer to the Pearl District

Hoyt Street Properties is pleased to announce that Eddie Bauer will be opening a new retail location in The Metropolitan.
5/9/2007

Upcoming Pearl District Art Projects to be Unveiled at Hoyt First Thursday Event

Inspired by newly planned Pearl District art projects, Hoyt Realty Group is hosting a community celebration to unveil details about future art sites while encouraging the community to also explore art history in the Hoyt urban renewal zone.
3/21/2007

Hoyt Street Properties Encourages Alternative Transportation Options

Championing an active, eco-friendly lifestyle in Portland’s Pearl District, Hoyt Street Properties is promoting alternative modes of transportation.
3/7/2007

Details of The Encore Now Unveiled

Hoyt Street Properties unveiled details of its latest mixed-use condominium project, The Encore, at a series of recent Hoyt Realty Group showroom events.
2/1/2007

Artist Chosen in The Metropolitan Artist Competition

Hoyt Street Properties recently announced that Seattle artist, Ann Gardner, has won the extensive regional search to find art for The Metropolitan, a landmark urban renewal project in Portland’s Pearl District.
1/21/2007

The Metropolitan Tops Out

The Metropolitan moves one step closer to completion with the final floor poured, topping off the building's concrete structure. Standing at 225 feet, it is the tallest building in the Pearl District and will house Portland's most luxurious condominiums. Click here to learn more about The Metropolitan.
12/21/2006