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Projects2016-06-24T17:28:31+00:00

Projects & Programs

Prosper Portland’s projects are among the best-known in the city: Museum Place, Eastbank Esplanade, the Rose Quarter, light rail to the airport and North Interstate Avenue, the Classical Chinese Garden, Pioneer Place, Pioneer Courthouse Square, RiverPlace, Chinatown Gateway, renovation of historic Union Station, and the redevelopment of what’s now the Pearl District. Our focus is on serving all Portland residents, using intentional and inclusive economic development that closes gaps in equity by always being mindful of who benefits.

2018-10-03T13:11:57+00:00

The Hill Block: N Russell and Williams Collaboration

Legacy Health, Prosper Portland and the City of Portland have formed a partnership to develop a vacant 1.7 acre block at North Russell Street and North Williams Avenue currently owned by Legacy Health. The focus of the development is to honor Portland’s African-American community, contribute to the neighborhood’s vibrancy, and further Legacy Health’s mission of promoting health and wellness for children and families.

2018-11-15T09:16:47+00:00

10Y Leasing Opportunities

Prosper Portland will offer the Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program at 10Y, a full block of commercial space in the prime West End area of downtown Portland at SW 10th Avenue and SW Yamhill Street. The revitalized building will offer a variety of spaces to create a cohesive and complementary mix of tenants.

2017-05-30T15:38:17+00:00

Alberta Commons Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program

Prosper Portland offers the Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program at Alberta Commons, a unique opportunity for small minority-owned businesses to gain a foothold in the retail mix of the area, provide needed goods and services to the neighborhood and create lasting, beneficial relationships with the Northeast Portland community.

2017-05-03T17:43:00+00:00

Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program

Prosper Portland has created the Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program to reduce barriers to entry for underrepresented businesses, preserve small business vitality, and advance our goal to build an equitable economy.