Neighborhood Livability in Northwest Portland: A Case Study of Portland's Northwest District Executive Summary
Portland Metropolitan Area (Or.), Economic indicators -- Analysis, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Quality of life -- Oregon -- Portland
1 online resource (18 p.)
Portland's Northwest Neighborhood District ("the District") has a unique character, reflecting its special role in Portland's economic history and its geographical location relative to the downtown area, the Willamette River and the West Hills. Current tensions between the District's function as a close-in, high density residential area and its commercial activities are the most recent iteration of tensions that have existed from the time the area was first settled.
This is an executive summary of the report which examines the impacts of retail and residential land use in the District and how this mixture of residential/retail affects the residential livability.
Bianco, Martha J.; Davis, Judy S.; and Lovell, Vicky, "Neighborhood Livability in Northwest Portland: A Case Study of Portland's Northwest District Executive Summary" (1994). Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports. 126.
Catalog Number PR080.
Published by the Center for Urban Studies, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University.