Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo The median price of a single-family home in Bend reached $325,000 last month, a 2.5 percent increase over July, according to the Bratton Appraisal Group.
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Making way for new homes
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin
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High-priced home sales maintain momentum in Bend
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin This home on NW Starview Drive on Awbrey Butte is on the market for $1.45 million. Sales of homes in Bend priced at $750,000 and above have increased.
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What's going up
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Construction continues Friday on the future home of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon at Skyline Ranch and Skyliners roads in Bend.
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Shops, condos envisioned for old railway property
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A developer would like to build upscale condominiums on the former railroad-spur property located along Arizona Avenue east of the Mill Quarter in Bend .
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Housing group floats infill idea
Hillary Borrud/The Bulletin Bend is looking for strategies to ease the shortage of rental housing in the city. One option is to make it easier for property owners to build accessory dwellings, also known as mother-in-law apartments, such as this small home on the same lot as a larger house in northwest Bend.
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Culver classrooms ?razed for new ones
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Tom Curtis, with Keeton King Contracting, uses a trackhoe Tuesday to knock down the roof around a beam in the third- through fifth-grade classroom wing of Culver Elementary School. The beam will be used in a new school. Classes will be held in portable units behind the school until the construction is complete.
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14 city-subsidized homes ?to be built in southeast Bend
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Site preparation could begin by the end of summer for 14 new homes, part of a city affordable housing project, on this undeveloped property on the south side of Bend.
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Digging dangers ? a lingering problem in the high-tech construction world
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Construction crews work in March 2014, in the area where an unmarked natural gas line was struck by an excavator at the Murphy Road project in Bend. The contractor had requested utility location services at the site, but Cascade Natural Gas did not know there was an old pipeline buried there.
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Homebuilding ramps up in Bend
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Construction workers build a new house Wednesday in the Stonegate subdivision near China Hat Road in southeast Bend.