Community development -- Oregon -- Portland
The residents of the St. Johns and Cathedral Park neighborhoods regard the St. johns Town center as a tremendous amenity. It has successfully served as a destination retail and employment district since the early 1900s but deterioration and a lack of infrastructure improvements are increasingly visible. As a Metro designated town center, the City of Portland is required to conduct a comprehensive planning effort similar to what occurred in the Hollywood Town Center. The project team offers a beginning to that process, with extensive community outreach and data analysis designed to evaluate the pedestrian realm and multi-modal means of access. This Study presents the findings and recommendations of that outreach and analysis.
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Bowie, Kate; Miller, Kim; Ronchelli, Owen; and Schang, Sloan, "A Study of the Pedestrian Realm and Multi-Modal Access in the St. Johns Town Center" (2000). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 75.