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Featured: LEVER Architecture’s Meyer Memorial Trust HQ Balances Equity and Sustainability

Although the Portland, Oregon–based nonprofit, Meyer Memorial Trust, had long rented office space in the city’s downtown-adjacent Pearl District before building its new headquarters, moving across the Willamette River to a LEED Platinum–rated facility was, as CEO Michelle J. DePass puts it, “our homecoming.”

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Source: Brian Libby, Metropolis
Image Credit: Metropolis, Courtesy Jeremy Bittermann/JBSA

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