"As the first all-timber building to be built in a century, the Radiator Building is on the cutting edge of design and is the first new office building in the dynamic North Williams Corridor of Portland," said Kersten. . . . Originally built by Kaiser Group, Path Architecture and R&H Construction, a main priority of the project was to help revive the state's timber industry. - BusinessTribuneThe timber industry was dang near kilt by the spotted owl. Maybe this will help get Oregon lumber out of the doldrums. Or maybe we'll just start importing lumber from Siberia.
The building only cost $233 per square foot, which is a bargain these days.