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MMP Beaverton News Center
In-person classes are now being offered at a ballet academy in Beaverton.
The finishing touches have been completed on the outdoor public plaza at the Public Safety Center in Beaverton, but it now needs a name.
Vivint Smart Home, Inc., a company which specializes in smart homes, is now a member of the Z-Wave Alliance, a standards organization that develops and promotes the wireless smart home protocol known as Z-Wave, located in Beaverton. Vivant has been using the Z-Wave protocol in its products for many years and will become a Principal member, which includes being on the Board of Directors of the organization.
The finishing touches are currently being made to the new Public Safety Center in Beaverton.
Construction is currently underway on the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (PRCA) in downtown Beaverton.
A grant from the federal CARES Act will enable the Beaverton School District (BSD) to distribute funds cover childcare for families in the district.
The Mary Ann, affordable housing offering 54 apartments, is currently under construction in Old own Beaverton. The housing is named for Mary Ann Spencer Watts, Beavertons first teacher.
Apartments, townhouses, and houses are currently under construction in the South Cooper Mountain neighborhood of Beaverton.
Sedia Biosciences Corporation is moving to a new assay development and manufacturing facility in Beaverton as part of their relocation from Portland.
Plans are underway at Portland Community College (PCC) for a new Portland Metropolitan (Metro) Workforce Training Center. This building will be two stories high and will replace two older buildings in that location.