Document Type

Report

Publication Date

2017

Keywords

Pearl District (Portland Or.), Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Pedestrian facilities design

Abstract

NW 13th has its own set of challenges and opportunities that set it apart from other streets in the Portland Pearl District. This plan refocuses the historic district street around the pedestrian, placing all other modes as secondary to the experience and comfort of those walking on the street. Creating a plan for the pedestrian includes creating stronger bonds with the residents, businesses, and services that run the street’s entire length.

Two appendices: Community Engagement, and Existing Conditions, are included here as supplemental files.

Description

Client: Pearl District Neighborhood Association

Faculty workshop advisors: Ethan Seltzer and Marisa Zapata

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/21787

Appendix-CommunityEngagement.pdf (817 kB)
Community Engagement

Appendix-ExistingConditions.pdf (1379 kB)
Existing Conditions

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