Creating walkable, urban, human-centered neighborhoods in the Granary District.
We met at the offices of Blalock & Partners, and had some drinks and snacks (thanks Kevin Blalock and others for providing) and got to work!
The topic: Discussing hurdles to redeveloping / repositioning properties in the Granary District and reviewing the charrette agenda.…Continue
Added by James Alfandre on March 30, 2012 at 11:55am — No Comments
Fresh from the Kona Productions Crew, How Bikes Make Cities Cool – Portland, is a five-minute mini documentary that explores the thriving bicycle culture resident to one of North America’s most progressive metropolises. Filmed entirely by bike, with support from longtime Kona Portland dealer Sellwood Cycles and resident Team Kona athletes Erik Tonkin and Matthew Slaven, we spent…Continue
A short little video mirroring the initiatives being taken in the Granary!
An accompanying article on archdaily.com
Added by Quinn McCallum-Law on March 26, 2012 at 1:53pm — No Comments
Another great, productive, exciting coffee klatch!
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Added by James Alfandre on March 22, 2012 at 3:49pm — No Comments
The Granary District, what an area. Full of raw potential, something I can identify with. It has such a beauty underneath the superficiality of grit and grime. Some, including myself, even think the grit and grime adds a certain jenesequa to the charm. For young budding designers, artist and everyone else how do we "preserve" this charm and and hidden luster…Continue
Wow, what a time! The 2nd meeting of the Granary pre-charrette coffee klatch series was a tremendous success!
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We had our first coffee klatch on Wednesday night at Nostalgia Coffee. We had coffee, beer and muffins, sat down at a big communal table and started brainstorming existing assets of the Granary District to see what we can add value to and build off of as the neighborhood grows.
Those in attendance:…Continue
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