What would make the Broadway Corridor (downtown USPS redevelopment) project an inclusive place for all Portlanders?
You're an expert when it comes to your city and your neighborhood, and this process depends on your expertise, your opinion and your wisdom.
We acknowledge that in the past this agency has undertaken measures that have negatively impacted low-income residents and people of color through gentrification, displacement, and other policies. We are taking steps to learn from our past and ensure that future development projects put people first. We recognize that development brings change, and we're focused on ensuring that this change benefits all Portlanders, especially those communities that haven't benefited from previous development projects.
That is why, as we work to ensure racial equity and community inclusion are at the forefront of the Broadway Corridor project's vision, your participation in the process is so critical.
In this visioning process, we want YOUR input, as experts and key stakeholders in the Portland community. Help us create the right mix of uses, activities programs and public spaces by providing your guidance and feedback. After reading the information below, go to "Your Response" for three pages of questions, which may take 10-20 minutes to answer.
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Broadway Corridor Study Area
The 34-acre Broadway Corridor site, above, which encompasses the downtown Portland U.S. Postal Service property, is a people-centered development project.
As a key opportunity site for high-density employment, mixed income housing and signature city attractions and amenities, the Broadway Corridor project offers the potential to create nearly 4 million square feet of new economic, business, social and community development opportunities.
The location and size of the Broadway Corridor represents an opportunity to realize Prosper Portland's vision for an equitable economy by advancing prosperity, creating a vibrant neighborhood, and supporting living wage jobs.
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