Tag Archives: Crescent Village

A Run Around Cal Young

Local coffee shop on Crescent Ave.                                                                     … Continue reading

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Business is Filling in Along Coburg Road

Development forges ahead in the Northeast corner of Eugene despite a slow recovery from the nationwide recession. By Jason A Williams When the Ducks are away you must watch them play, but where you say? If you live in the … Continue reading

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Development a Hot Issue for Sheldon

Residents in Cal Young describe how their neighborhood is going through a welcomed change. by Evan Sernoffsky Eugene, Ore—The fallout from the Great Recession has caused businesses across the nation to close down shop, yet somehow, one Eugene neighborhood defies … Continue reading

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Recent Developments in the Cal Young Neighborhood.

The Cal Young neighborhood is known for its shopping centers. Now, New developments are popping up in the area. By Matt DeBow The Cal Young area is known for its shopping malls and neighborhoods. Recently, the bike bridge and other … Continue reading

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Eugene’s Dynamic Cal Young Neighborhood

by Evan Sernoffsky The Cal Young neighborhood, also called Sheldon, extends from Springfield to Delta Highway and from the Willamette River past the Belt Line Highway in Eugene.  It is one of Eugene’s largest and most diverse regions. Much of … Continue reading

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Crescent Village — bringing class to Cal Young

The Cal Young neighborhood’s Crescent Village – a growing development of housing, dining and shopping – is almost a world apart from the rest of this area’s rather sterile and uninspired franchises and gathering spots. I had heard of it … Continue reading

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