Joe Kline / The Bulletin The building under construction at 706 NE Greenwood Ave., in Bend, is expected to house new locations for Backporch Coffee Roasters, Emerald City Smoothie and one other tenant.
Album ID: 1916716
Developer: Historic label needs to be removed
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The property on SW Industrial Way in Bend where the former Brooks-Scanlon crane shed once stood has been vacant for more than 10 years.
Album ID: 1916402
COCC to share new dorm with OSU-Cascades
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Outside the new residence hall on Central Oregon Community Colleges campus in Bend. The college is opening its new $22 million, 330-bed dorm on the slopes of Awbrey Butte not only to its own students but also to anyone jointly enrolled in COCC and OSU-Cascades.
Album ID: 1914208
Fewer first-time buyers ?for entry-level homes
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin The kitchen of a new house in southeast Bend built by Woodhill Homes. Jay Campbell, Woodhill president, along with other builders and brokers, say empty nesters and retirees are buying many of the homes they build.
Album ID: 1914205
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Employees from Latham Excavation, of Bend, prepare the site for a Market of Choice grocery store and, separately, Colorado Crossing retail development between NW Arizona and NW Colorado avenues, west of the Bend Parkway.
Album ID: 1913032
U.S. 97 realignment begins in Madras
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Employees of High Desert Aggregate and Paving put in a new storm water pipeline under U.S. Highway 97 near J Street in Madras on Thursday morning. High Desert Aggregate and Paving was awarded the contract for the Oregon Department of Transportation project expected to be completed in October.
Album ID: 1911818
What?s going up
Joe Kline / The Bulletin A construction worker builds a storage center Friday on Plateau Court near Empire Avenue, in Bend.
Album ID: 1911830
Vacation rental applilcations surge
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo
Album ID: 1911448
Lawmakers take aim at affordable housing
File Photo / 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.