Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Beaverton, City planning -- Oregon -- Beaverton
The Allen Boulevard corridor, home to diverse populations and a vibrant commercial district, is a community in transition and a community with potential. While Allen Boulevard possesses unique assets in its present state, it has seen little in the way of localized planning or City programs tailored to the area’s needs. As such, the City of Beaverton partnered with the Portland State University Master of Urban and Regional Planning program to produce a detailed corridor study and planning guide for the area. From that partnership, six graduate students formed a consulting group, InSite Planning, to produce this plan.
This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler, Marisa A. Zapata, Andree Tremoulet, Lisa Bates, Matthew Gebhardt and Gregory Schrock.
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Wendt, Anna; Petty, Samantha; McNeil, JP; Evans, Taren; Benzow, August; and Graves, Art, "Allen Boulevard Corridor Plan" (2014). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 80.