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Join CREW members at a members-only lunch and site tour of Killian Pacific's latest project, the Goat Blocks. The development is comprised of four unique building designs that cater to four different design aesthetics, adding 247 apartments, 97,000 sf of retail (anchored by Orchard Hardware and Market of Choice), 412 underground parking spaces, and 510 bike parking spaces to this vibrant SE neighborhood.
This members-only event will include a presentation at Grand Central Bowl by Killian Pacific's Development Manager, Jeremy McPherson, followed by a lunch buffet and tours of the adjacent site. (The first tour group will have lunch after the tour at 1pm.)
All attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes to this event. Parking options will be provided to registrants prior to the event.
Community-based and family-owned, Killian Pacific is a local commercial real-estate development and investment company located in the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area. With over 40 years of development experience in Oregon and Southwest Washington, Killian Pacific is committed to the long-term prosperity of this region.
Growing up in Alaska, Jeremy McPherson often journeyed through the woods with his backpack. His career has also been a journey, from civil engineering and consulting to real estate developer. He is a professionally licensed civil engineer in three states, a LEED Accredited Professional, and brings a broad 15-year experience in real estate development to Killian Pacific. Not a lone wolf, he appreciates the value of collaborating with co-workers and consultants to create profitable developments that contribute to long-lasting, vibrant communities.
Stephanie Fabian brings a strong financial background to Killian Pacific, with fundamentals learned at Seattle University’s School of Finance along with 14 years of experience in real estate asset management and development. Stephanie’s work and life balance are key to her positive outlook. Stephanie enjoys spending time with her two young boys and watching them grow, learn and experiment with life’s ups and down. When not running her kids to sporting events, Stephanie can be found strumming her guitar to her favorite tune.