Brownfields/Green Neighborhoods: Integrating Riverfront Park with Pringle Creek

University of Oregon students in a combined architecture and landscape architecture studio worked together to research and develop ideas for integrating Riverfront Park with Pringle Creek and for the redevelopment of downtown Salem’s South Waterfront. Working with City of Salem staff, students explored sustainable urban design-based approaches to the revitalization of the thirteenacre riverfront site […]

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Tigard Transit Center Station Real Estate Development Potential

TriMet’s Southwest Corridor project proposes a 12-mile light rail line that will fill current service gaps and address future transportation demands in the rapidly growing areas of Beaverton, Durham, King City, Portland, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, and Washington County. The need for a Southwest Corridor light rail line is clear, with Interstate 5 travel times projected […]

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Tigard Transit Center Station Real Estate Development Potential

TriMet’s Southwest Corridor project proposes a 12-mile light rail line that will fill current service gaps and address future transportation demands in the rapidly growing areas of Beaverton, Durham, King City, Portland, Sherwood, Tigard, Tualatin, and Washington County. The need for a Southwest Corridor light rail line is clear, with Interstate 5 travel times projected […]

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Eat, Play, Shop: Downtown Redevelopment

This report summarizes the student design proposals for redeveloping three sites in downtown Albany, Oregon. University of Oregon Architecture students were tasked with iden fying op ons to increase ac vity within the respec ve sites in the downtown region. The projects were divided into three separate proposals; these three integrated architectural components consis ng […]

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Adaptive Reuse: A Public Saftey Facility for Redmond Police

This report summarizes the design proposals for an adaptive reuse public safety facility in Redmond, Oregon. The building is currently a National Guard training facility, but it is likely to be sold in the near future. The city is considering it as a future location for the Redmond Police Department, which is in desperate need […]

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