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Parks & Recreation

Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-PLAY (7529)

Fax: 503-823-6007

1120 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 1302, Portland, OR 97204

Holladay Park Partnership

About the Holladay Park Partnership
The Holladay Park Partnership is a new non-profit that is a collaboration between Portland Parks & Recreation and neighborhood residents and businesses, including Lloyd Center, the district’s historic shopping mall. Find the Holladay Park Partnership website HERE.

About Portland Parks & Recreation
The mission of Portland Parks & Recreation is to help Portlanders play - providing safe places, facilities, and programs that promote physical, mental, and social activity. We get people, especially kids, outside, active, and connected to the community. As we do this, there will be an increase in the wellness of our residents and the livability of our city. This is accomplished by:

  • Establishing, safeguarding, and restoring the parks, natural areas, public places, and urban forest of the city, ensuring that these are accessible to all
  • Developing and maintaining excellent facilities and places for public recreation and community building
  • Providing dynamic recreation programs and services that promote health and well-being for all
  • Partnering with the community

About Biederman Redevelopment Ventures (BRV)
Biederman Redevelopment Ventures is the private consulting firm of Daniel A. Biederman, co-founder of the Bryant Park Corporation and 34th Street Partnership, and creator of the largest complex of private urban redevelopment projects in the United States. BRV is currently working for the majority of the leading mixed-use developers in the United States on the public spaces of some of their highest-profile projects, including The Related Companies, The Howard Hughes Corporation, Blackstone, Jamestown Properties, Vornado Realty Trust (through the 34th Street Partnership), Tishman-Speyer (through the Bryant Park Corporation), Hines, and Taconic Investment Partners. Current BRV projects include Faneuil Hall and South Station in Boston, Military Park in Newark, NJ, Klyde Warren Park in Dallas, Erie CanalWaterfrontPark in Buffalo, and Wake Forest University. Past Biederman clients include the new South Street Seaport in New York, The Boston Common, Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, and Baltimore Inner Harbor. Biederman has also consulted on downtown redevelopment / management projects in Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Miami, and Pittsburgh, among other cities. Additional information: http://www.brvcorp.com

About Go Lloyd
Formerly the Lloyd Transportation Management Association (TMA), Go Lloyd has a 20-year track record of improving the quality of living, visiting, and doing business in the Lloyd District. Through partnerships with government and private sector organizations, as well as employees and residents themselves, Go Lloyd fosters the connections that create a greener, more vibrant, and sustainable neighborhood for all. Additional information: http://www.golloyd.org/