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Join Eric for dozens of quick, informative, virtual tours from the greater Portland area and all around the great state of Oregon!

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Designed in an elegant Colonial Revival style, this was the headquarters of the Ladd Company real estate company that was fundamental in creating the exclusive lakeside city that is Lake Oswego today. #oswegoheritagemuseum ... See MoreSee Less

This historic church building, now home to Steeplejack Brewing, shows elements of early 20th century Romanesque, Craftsman and Shingle style. A fine example of historic preservation and adaptive re-use. #sullivansgulch ... See MoreSee Less

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Been wanting to go there! Thx for fun walk last Sun in OR City!

A well-preserved collection of Craftsman-influenced college buildings now serving as a summer arts institute. The distinctive octogonal-shaped Sheldon Jackson Museum (1897) is located on the campus grounds. #sitkahistorymuseum ... See MoreSee Less

"Look at the steeply pitched roof, the stucco with brick. What type of house do you think this is?"

The answer (Tudor Revival) was one of the many factoids taught to the Paris Group Realty, LLC staff during our walking tour of the Overlook Neighborhood! Historian Eric Wheeler with Positively Portland Walking Tours and Chicago Title - Portland Metro Area. Thank you so much for this opportunity!
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Look at the steeply pitched roof, the stucco with brick. What type of house do you think this is? 

The answer (Tudor Revival) was one of the many factoids taught to the Paris Group Realty, LLC staff during our walking tour of the Overlook Neighborhood! Historian Eric Wheeler with  Positively Portland Walking Tours  and Chicago Title - Portland Metro Area. Thank you so much for this opportunity!

A masterful blend of utility and beauty in this airport concourse at the Seattle airport. I don’t know the architectural firm who designed this space. Do you? #seatacairport ... See MoreSee Less

Strong Prairie School influence in this neighborhood church serving an early 20th century Swedish immigrant community. #folgerjohnson ... See MoreSee Less

“The pursuit of excess wealth is sinking Western civilization” Is that what this sculpture says to you? What do you think it represents? #affluenza ... See MoreSee Less

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What is/was the Lloyd Center? Yes, excess wealth is sinking western civ

The Lloyd Center was the largest indoor shopping mall when it opened in 1960, so claim many Portlanders. Tell that to Minnesotans at Southdale! Today, the Lloyd Center is all but abandoned, a relic of American’s passion to ‘shop til you drop’.

Near Waterfront Park just off Naito Blvd, a public square that reminds passersby of the elegant late Victorian streetscape that is no longer. A memorial to the Cast Iron era of Portland architecture. #ankenyplaza ... See MoreSee Less

Headquarters for the Jantzen swimwear company for many years. Another eclectic masterwork by architect Richard Sundeleaf. #jantzenswimwear ... See MoreSee Less

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Would the capitals be considered Corinthian?? "Corinthian inspired??" The horses have wings-Pegasus

iconic Portland building - hope it remains so!

Grand!

Beautiful!

Located just south of Hwy 84 and a few blocks south-east of the Lloyd Center, this office complex is reminiscent of Mies Van der Rohe’s Crown Hall (1950-1956) located on the Illinois Institute of Technology’s campus on the south side of Chicago. The boom-like external structures seem to reference the IIT building from 20 years earlier. What do you think? #srcrownhall1956 ... See MoreSee Less

Take a look at a photo of the Great Coxwell Tithe Barn. #Overlook Park ... See MoreSee Less

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