21CD twenty-first century development

Lloyd Crossing

Portland , Oregon, United States

Lloyd crossings is a 35 block area located in down-town Portland, OR. The planning will allow for mixed use commercial services and residential units in a pioneering eco district that compliments Portland's 25 year strategic road map. Lloyd Crossing aspires to meet and not exceed per-development water, biodiversity, energy, and carbon metrics of the site while creating a densely urban city district.

Size:

Urban community/district: 35 blocks, 8000 residents

Dates:

2005-2050

Project Team:

(Planning Phase) Project Team: Mithun Architects+Designers+Planners, KPFF Consulting Engineers, GreenWorks, PC, SOLARC Architecture and Engineering, LLC

 

Performance levels achieved:

  • Standard

  • Good

  • Better

  • Living

  • Regenerative

Place
Limits to Growth
Food
Habitat
Transportation
Water
Energy
Health + Happiness
Civilized Environment
Neighborhood Design
Biophilia
Resilient Connections
Materials
Material Plan
Embodied Energy & Carbon
Waste
Equity
Neighborhood & Access
Access to Nature
Access to Community Services
Investment
Beauty
Inspiration

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Water

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Energy

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Materials

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Sources: ecolloyd.org (PDF)  |  aiatopten.org  |  asla.org  |  placesjournal.org (PDF)  |  mithun.com

*Note: This case study was developed using found information.