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Infill Design Project Documents

Design Preferences Survey and Questionnaire Results

Summarized results from a design preferences survey and questionnaire administered during public open house events held in the spring of 2004. Includes images of the most positively and negatively rated housing developments.

Examples of Common Green Housing

Living Spaces: A Design Competition for Family-Friendly Courtyard Housing

Examples of Shared Court Housing

Living Spaces: A Design Competition for Family-Friendly Courtyard Housing

Infill Design Code Amendments Adopted Report

Effective January 20, 2006, these code amendments foster pedestrian-friendly street frontages, courtyard housing and other alternative housing types, and establish a neighborhood contact requirement for multidwelling development.

Infill Design Project Introductory Presentation - print resolution

Provides a summary of the project’s purpose and scope and presents initial observations on infill design problems and potential solutions.

Infill Design Project Introductory Presentation- screen resolution

Provides a summary of the project’s purpose and scope and presents initial observations on infill design problems and potential solutions.

Infill Design Project Report

Summarizes issues related to the design of multidwelling and rowhouse infill development and presents staff recommendations on implementation strategies. See also separate appendices documents.

Infill Design Project White Paper

An issues paper that served as a basis for the proposed scope of the Infill Design Project.

Outer Southeast Livable Infill Project Report

Reports on findings from a Portland State University research project, undertaken in conjunction with the Infill Design Project, that focused on development and design issues in the 122nd Avenue Corridor of Outer Southeast Portland.

Shared Court Housing—Concept Summary

A brief explanation of the new shared court housing type, highlighting the intent of the concept and providing examples of precedents.

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