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Please join us for the next Broadway Corridor Open House!
You’re invited to join fellow Portland residents, community leaders and project staff at the Asian Health & Service Center in Lents for the 3rd Broadway Corridor Open House on Wednesday, November 28 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Doors open at 5pm.
Participation in this project from all corners of Portland is critical to its success. We want to hear from you, your family, and your communities. The Broadway Corridor will connect the Old Town/Chinatown and Pearl District neighborhoods, with the goal to maximize community benefits, particularly to those who haven’t benefited from other urban projects.
At the Open House, we will present refined development concepts that respond to public input received at the September Open House and the guiding principles and project goals developed by community leaders on our Steering Committee.
Your opinion on these development concepts will inform the selection of a concept to move forward with in January. Does the concept include the right mix of uses, activities, programs and public spaces? Share your thoughts on November 28! Let your voice be heard on how you and your fellow Portlanders will live, work, and play in this new development.
5:00-5:30pm Guests Arrive
6:00-7:30pm Visit Interactive Stations and Provide Feedback
The Asian Health Service Center is located off of SE Foster and 91st with the 14 bus line close by. The event is located in East and Center Hall on the third floor, there are stairs and an elevator available. If you choose to drive, there is free parking at the Asian Health Service Center and overflow parking is available at St. Peter Catholic Church off of SE Foster and 87th.
About the Broadway Corridor
The Broadway Corridor is an urban development project which will permanently change Portland’s downtown landscape, knit the city together, attract regional, national and international media attention, and catalyze significant private investments. The Broadway Corridor project approach acknowledges historic disparities; considers what is being created for future generations; fosters culture, social equity and inclusion in a genuinely transparent and equitable way; and reimagines how people live, work, enjoy and move through the city.
Four million square feet of development is possible on the Broadway Corridor site, which includes the downtown Portland U.S. Postal Service property. That’s more than 3 times the combined square feet of the US Bancorp Tower and the Wells Fargo Center and has the potential to add 4,000 jobs and 2,400 new households.