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(Portland, OR)  --  Portland's 5th Avenue Building downtown is set to reopen today, about a week after shutting down due to part of the facade buckling.  The owner of the building tells KOIN-TV businesses housed in the building will open when they're ready, including 24 Hour Fitness, which will open at 5 a.m.  The buckling prompted evacuation of all the businesses and tenants inside, including eBay, OHSU, and a KinderCare location.  Building managers and engineers are still trying to trace the cause of the buckling.

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