Something for Everyone

May 4, 2001 | Portland Tribune Only a baseball purist would complain about the revamped PGE Park By the Portland Tribune staff Eat your heart out, Ivana Trump; this is one face-lift with staying power! The Tribune team’s evening at the revamped PGE Park revealed a fresh-faced Field of Dreams for Portland. Our team of critics,...
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Showman Ain’t A Dirty Word

His father built a sports empire; he helped build an arena. Now a seasoned Marshall Glickman wants a chance to build minor-league sports as family entertainment October 14, 1999  |  The Sunday Oregonian  |  By Roger Anthony No matter where he goes in Portland, Marshall Glickman’s reputation always gets there first. As they say, bad...
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A Layup of an Arena Deal

In a smart play, the Portland Trail Blazers executed the first nonrecourse financing of a sports facility. January 1994  |  Institutional Investor The Portland Trail Blazers raised money for a new home in just six weeks last year without once threatening to leave town. Not only was the financing of the 20,OOO-seat, $262 million Oregon...
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