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Growth Concept B

The West Portland Town Center Growth Concept B focuses on shared growth and green streetscapes.
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All the concepts include a new main street on SW Collins St east of Capitol Hwy, redevelopment of the Barbur Transit Center (BTC) and preservation of larger low-cost apartment complexes in area. Highlights include the unique features of each growth concept to show how they are different.

  • Mixed use buildings (residential + commercial) along Barbur corridor 
  • Residential growth in new multi-dwelling buildings both north and south of Barbur 
  • A multicultural mixed use hub near the Barbur Transit Center 
  • Enhanced green streetscapes, including sections of Barbur, Capitol Highway and Luradel  
  • Improvements to sections of main streets, such as Huber and Taylors Ferry 


View the Growth Concept B full land and transportation maps with detailed text descriptions:


Projected housing, jobs, and transportation highlights of Concept B:

  • Most new retail and service jobs
  • Largest decrease in vehicle pollution, carbon emissions, and automobile trips
  • Largest increase in walk or bike trips

View a side-by-side comparison of metrics for the three growth concepts: