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Open House #2

Thank you for attending the Broadway Corridor Open House at Pacific Northwest College of Arts.

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Please join us for a Broadway Corridor Open House

The Pacific Northwest College of Art will be the venue for the next Broadway Corridor Open House on Wednesday, September 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Your participation is critical to the success of the Broadway Corridor project, a once-in-a-generation redevelopment opportunity in downtown Portland. The Broadway Corridor, which encompasses the downtown Portland U.S. Postal Service site, will connect the Old Town/Chinatown and Pearl District neighborhoods, with the goal to maximize community benefits, particularly to those groups that haven’t benefited from other urban projects.

At the Open House, we will present preliminary redevelopment concepts that build upon guiding principles and project goals developed by community leaders on our Steering Committee and with public input received at the August Open House. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity to give feedback on the concepts. Your input will be used to refine our development concepts.

The project team, including representatives from Prosper Portland, Portland Housing Bureau, ZGF Architects, and Continuum Partners, will also be available to answer any questions.


5:00 – 5:30 pm: Guests Arrive

5:30 – 6:15 pm: Presentation

6:15 – 7:30 pm: Visit Interactive Stations and Provide Feedback

This is a family-friendly event with activities for kids. The registration form includes dietary and accessibility options and translation services.


Please use the front entrance of the building on NW Glisan Street, across from the park. The MAX Green Line and several bus lines have stops close by. If you choose to drive, street parking is preferred.

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.

For more information, please visit the project website: