Community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland
The Chinatown Senior Housing Committee, a group of concerned citizens and leaders, is exploring the possibility of building senior housing and a cultural community center in Chinatown. The project is intended to help revitalize Chinatown and provide needed services to Portland’s Asian community. To aid the Committee in achieving their goals, four Masters students in the Professional Planning Workshop at Portland State University completed a needs assessment of Chinese-American seniors in the Portland metropolitan area. This report presents the findings and recommendations of the Planning Workshop Group.
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Halstead, Leah; Kirkpatrick, Wendy; McCloskey, Amanda; and Starin, Nicholas, "At Home in Chinatown: a Needs Assessment for a Senior Housing Project and Cultural Community Center in Portland's Chinatown" (1999). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 103.