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Portland Development Commission Old Town Chinatown Projects

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  • Progress in Portland’s Old Town / Chinatown China Business Network November 5, 2008
  • Old Town / Chinatown Redevelopment
    • A) Ankeny / Burnside
      • Waterfront Park/Burnside Bridge/Ankeny Plaza
      • Block 8
      • White Stag
      • Mercy Corps
      • Fire Station
      • Smith Blocks
    • North Old Town / Chinatown
    • Goldsmith Blocks
      • Uwajimaya/Housing
      • Block 32
    • Broadway Corridor
      • Resource Access Center
      • Union Station
      • Pacific Northwest College of Art
    • A) Ankeny / Burnside
      • Waterfront Park/Burnside Bridge/Ankeny Plaza
      • Block 8
      • White Stag
      • Mercy Corps
      • Fire Station
      • Smith Blocks
  • Ankeny Burnside Development Framework Principals
    • Development of Catalytic Opportunity Sites
    • Selection of new home for Saturday Market
    • Implement Streetscape and Park Improvements
    • Update Design Guidelines / Regulatory Incentives / Historic Cast Iron Re-use
    • Explore establishment of a Management District
    • Partner Bureaus:
    • Bureau of Planning
    • TriMet
    • Office of Transportation
    • Parks and Recreation
    • Bureau of Environmental Services
    • Multnomah County
    • Portland Police Bureau
    • Stakeholder Collaboration:
    • Property Owners, Business Owners, Residents, Community-based Organizations.
    • Old Town Chinatown Neighborhood Association and Visions Committee
    • Portland Saturday Market
    • New Investment Representation (University of Oregon, Mercy Corps, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, Ankrom Moisan)
    Ankeny Burnside Development Framework Partners
    • Block 8
      • Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
      • Ankrom Moisan Architects
    • White Stag
      • University of Oregon Portland Center
      • Commercial Businesses
      • Galleries, Store, Community Space, Events
    • Mercy Corps
      • World NGO Headquarters
    • Fire Station #1 Rehabilitation
    • Smith Blocks
      • RV Kuhns Investment Advisory
    Ankeny Burnside Projects
  • Waterfront Park Improvements
  • Waterfront Park Structure for Saturday Market
  • Mercy Corps
  • University of Oregon
    • C) Goldsmith Blocks
      • Uwajimaya/Housing
      • Block 32
  • Block 33/32 CHINATOWN GATEWAY BLOCK 32 BLOCK 33
  • Block 33
  • Rendering of Asian Grocery Store (Block 33)
  • Block 32
  • B) North Old Town / Chinatown Redevelopment Strategy
  • North Old Town/Chinatown Redevelopment Strategy
    • Define the overall redevelopment vision for the Study Area
    • Develop a mid-to-long term implementation strategy
    • Identify location for Blanchet House
    • Identify location for Transition Projects Inc / Resource Access Center
  • Development Opportunities: Block 25 Block 25
    • Owned by City, PDC, and Blanchet House
    • City to provide 130 parking spaces to NW Natural at no cost during business hours
    • Significant development potential (9:1 FAR, 350’)
    • Northern gateway to Old Town/Chinatown; Adjacent to only market-rate condo project, Flanders Festival Street, Chinese Garden, public transportation
    Owned by City of Portland Owned by PDC Owned by Blanchet House
  • Blanchet House Redevelopment
    • Located in Old Town/Chinatown since 1952
    • Current facility houses up to 28 men who staff meal service program
    • Only facility serving 3 meals per day; Serves 600 - 800 meals per day
    • New facility will maintain the current meal program, internalize queuing lines, and provide transitional housing for up to 50 men
  • Other Key Development Opportunities
    • Block 24 owned by NW Natural rate payers
    • Block 26 (except Royal Palm Hotel) owned by property owner interested in pursuing redevelopment in the future
    • Block A&N owned by PDC; Location of historic fire station
    • East of Pearl (Block O) construction underway
  • Public Input: Development Priorities
    • Create a northern gateway
    • Augment the Chinatown identity
    • Enliven the street level
    • Develop workforce housing
    • Support local businesses
    • Asian restaurant with private banquet room
    • Boutique hotel with meeting spaces
    • Market / Grocery
    • Community / Cultural Center
    • Small business spaces
    • Parking
    • Preserve historic buildings
  • Development Vision & Implementation
    • Broadway Corridor
      • Resource Access Center
      • Union Station
      • Pacific Northwest College of Art
      • Block R
      • Post Office Site
    • Long-Term Use, Ownership, and Funding of Union Station
    • Catalytic Development Opportunities
    • Pacific Northwest College of Arts – 511 Building (3-5 years)
    • Resource Access Center on Block U
    • Post Office Letter of Intent
    Broadway Corridor
    • Ankeny Burnside Projects
    • Block 33 (Uwajimaya)
    • Affordable Homeownership Assistance
    • Resource Access Center (Block U)
    • Blanchet House
    • Block 25 Redevelopment
    • Block A & N Redevelopment
    • Union Station
    • Block R Redevelopment
    • Greyhound Property
    • Other Chinatown Redevelopment
    Downtown Waterfront Projects: River District Projects:
  • Outreach to China
  •