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Portland State University

2005

Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland

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A Comprehensive Study Of The 4th & 5th Avenue Corridor From Sw Market Street To I-405 In Downtown Portland, Adrien Allred, Ellie Fiore, Tiffanie Furlong, Eli Haworth, Heather Kaplinger, Anne Kawasaki, Kate Marcello, Grant Morehead, Justin Wells, Brett Schenk, Sarah Selden, Brian Vanneman, Alex White Apr 2005

A Comprehensive Study Of The 4th & 5th Avenue Corridor From Sw Market Street To I-405 In Downtown Portland, Adrien Allred, Ellie Fiore, Tiffanie Furlong, Eli Haworth, Heather Kaplinger, Anne Kawasaki, Kate Marcello, Grant Morehead, Justin Wells, Brett Schenk, Sarah Selden, Brian Vanneman, Alex White

Urban Design Workshop

These words speak to the condition of the blocks bounded by SW 4th and SW 5th Avenues, I-405 and Market Street in the south end of Downtown Portland, Oregon. Yet, this corridor holds the potential for knitting the east boundary of Portland State University with the South Auditorium Urban Renewal Area, providing critical east-west linkages between the campus and the waterfront, and accommodating a confluence of current and planned transit lines. These blocks contain the development energy to build upon existing and evolving "pulse points", initiate activity areas that would add to the vitality and variety of the University District ...


The Urban Grind: Skateparks - Neighborhood Perceptions And Planning Realities, Ellie Fiore, Sarah Heinicke, Beth Ragel, Laura Weigel Jan 2005

The Urban Grind: Skateparks - Neighborhood Perceptions And Planning Realities, Ellie Fiore, Sarah Heinicke, Beth Ragel, Laura Weigel

Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects

Aperio Consulting worked in conjunction with Portland Parks and Recreation (PP&R) on their Skatepark Master Planning process in the spring of 2005.This project was undertaken to help PP&R and their siting committee make informed decisions when siting a system of skate parks for the City of Portland. This document is also designed for use by parks planners and community members in other cities who are considering building skateparks. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler, Deborah Howe, and Connie Ozawa.


57th & Division Street Community Ownership Project, Brendan Buckley, Clark Henry, Stephen Shane, Simone C. Wolter Jan 2005

57th & Division Street Community Ownership Project, Brendan Buckley, Clark Henry, Stephen Shane, Simone C. Wolter

Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects

HBU Consultants identify available resources in the region that could assist the clean up and redevelopment of the SE 57th and SE Division site, ascertained what kind of future use the community desires on this site, and evaluated sources of data to develop recommendations on how the DCOP could proceed. This project was conducted under the supervision of Deborah Howe, Sy Adler, and Connie Ozawa.