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Latest Developments with the Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans Project

roll and strollA lot has been happening along Cully Boulevard

In addition to the green street improvements that were recently completed and celebrated with a community celebration on June 21, the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability hosted a Roll and Stroll event to kick off the Cully Main Street and Local Street Plan project. See Cully Neighborhood Roll and Stroll Summary for event and survey results, pictures and maps.

Existing Conditions Report now available online

One of the first tasks to undertake for the project was to document existing conditions of the Cully Main Street area and the Cully neighborhood overall, especially the transportation system in the area. The results of that research are included in the new Existing Conditions Report, which includes key findings about business climate conditions, transportation options and mobility challenges, and community desires for enhanced neighborhood services.

Cully Main Street Redevelopment Analysis ready for review

Marketek Inc. was hired to complete an analysis of the existing conditions and potential for future development of the Cully Main Street area. This information will inform future rezoning recommendations to enhance the area with more opportunities for commercial development. The analysis focused on:

  • a retail/office/service analysis and identification of businesses that can be supported in the project area for a 25-year planning horizon.

  • a commercial land needs analysis to quantify the land required for supportable businesses.

To learn more about the Cully Main Street Project Redevelopment Analysis, please visit the website at www.portlandonline.com/bps/cullymainstreet.

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