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Party Report: Grand Opening for the Parker Building

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

 

Mike Marshall and Jules Bailey

Mike Marshall and Jules Bailey at The Parker opening.

Real estate developer Bob Ball opened the doors to The Parker, the Pearl District's newest apartment community, for a party where he invited neighbors, friends and a select group of very powerful Portlanders.

It was a night to celebrate the Autumnal Equinox, see inside the building, and light some fire pits. 

To encourage exploration Ball swung open the door on a few apartments with special events, including a showcase of video games made by local indie game developers and a Tech Lounge with food and drinks. Starting at 6:30 p.m., the lounge also featured a series of announcements about new developments and opportunities in the local tech industry.

Up on the sixth floor, in the aptly dubbed "Ball Room,"  many of Portland's most powerful folks gathered to wish Bob well on his latest project. Well-wishers included Mayor Charlie Hales and his wife, Nancy, Jules Bailey, Pat Welch, Jody Stahancyk, John Crawford, Henry Hewitt and two other powerful Pearl District developers, Al Solheim and Howard Hedinger. 

 

Related Slideshow: Grand Opening for The Parker Building

Real estate developer Bob Ball opened the doors to The Parker, the Pearl District's newest apartment community for a party with neighbors and friends. It was a night to celebrate the Autumnal Equinox and light some fire pits. 

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Howard, Tammy & Al

Howard Hedinger, Tammy Beckley and Al Solheim at Equinox Party at The Parker Building. 

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Robert and Josh

Robert Ball and Josh Fenton at The Parker Building Grand Opening. 

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Emily and Bill

Emily Crumpacker and Bill Foster at The Parker Grand Opening. 

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Jody Stahancyk

Jody Stahancyk in the "Ball Room" at The Parker Grand Opening. 

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Henry Hewitt

Henry Hewitt at The Parker Building. 

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View from The Parker

The Fremont Bridge peeks above The Parker Building. 

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Laurel and Juan

Laurel Hook and Juan Martinez at The Parker Opening. 

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Charlie, Nancy and Josh

Mayor Charlie and Nancy Hales and Josh Fenton at The Parker Opening. 

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Lew and Mary

Lew Fredricks and Mary Nolan at The Parker Opening. 

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Mike and Jules

Mike Marshall and Jules Bailey at The Parker Opening. 

 
 

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