Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Street-railroads -- Oregon -- Portland, Local transit -- Planning -- Oregon -- Portland
This report documents the initial analysis and visioning process performed in the area surrounding the Clinton Street Station, which is nestled between Hosford-Abernethy and Brooklyn neighborhoods and the Central Eastside Industrial District.
This project focuses on the future of the Clinton Street Station and how its development will impact the surrounding area over the next 50 years. This task involved acknowledging and balancing the current needs of the various stakeholders. The purpose of this report is to act as a tool for the Hosford-Abernethy Neighborhood Association (HAND) to more adequately understand the opportunities and constraints that the future station area holds.
In order to begin imagining the future of the area, a thorough understanding and analysis is presented. Following this, design principles that shape the vision for the future are described. The document concludes with next steps and implementation recommendations.
This project was conducted under the supervision of Donald J. Stastny and Edward Starkie.
Barlow, Greg; David, Allen; Dondy-Kaplan, Hannah; Hawkins, Tammi; Rice, Emily; Smith, Kellen; Berleman, Ethan; Castro, Alicia; Critchlow, Kathleen; Luttrell, Brett; and Noonchester, Michael, "Clinton Street MAX Visioning" (2009). Urban Design Workshop. 3.