Stop 18

Stop 18: Grand & Taylor




Rejuvenation began in 1977 as an architectural salvage shop. Founder Jim Kelly began the business with $1,000 and an eye for discarded architectural treasures.

Demand for the fixtures grew until eventually Kelly began manufacturing period-authentic lighting in his Portland factory for customers throughout the United States.

The neighborhood has lots of crafty businesses including, Cline Glass Company first established itself in the Northwest glass industry in 1895. They specialize in stained and fused glass art supply. Cline’s chooses the most beautiful art glass in the world and makes it available to our customers and has an extensive class instruction program.

Endurawood, 1303 SE 6th, was one of the first businesses in the country to adopt the Forest Stewardship Council’s group chain-of-custody certification. They worked on the headquarters for Wieden+Kennedy.

Bamboo Revolution, at 1300 SE Grand, is creating a timber bamboo industry based in Oregon. They transplanted live Moso bamboo plants to Oregon and their showroom features materials designed to inspire architects, contractors, and homeowners. The showroom is also home to Coava roasters, who roast on-site and operate a tasting room.

Green Hammer is a multi-disciplinary team of LEED architects, construction managers and engineers that design and build the most energy-efficient buildings in the world. Nevue Ngan Associates specializes in landscape architecture and green infrastructure.

Christella’s Wonderful World of Dresses claims to be the Northwest’s Premier Prom, Pageant & Party Dress Store. They carry the majority of all the formal wear dress designers that you find in Prom Magazine & Seventeen Prom Magazine.

Sign Wizards, at 1111 SE Grand, creates signage that is flexible, easy to maintain, and can integrate into any environment.


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