Materials Infrastructure Analysis, Lloyd EcoDistrict. Community Environmental Services, Portland State University. Crum, E. et al. 2/10/14:
Assessment of the Financial Viability of the Materials Management Enterprise. Report by Nisha Ahuja and Shreya Goyal, Portland State University MSFA Graduate Capstone Project. Winter 2014.
Lloyd Crossing Sustainable Urban Design Plan & Catalyst Project – This study was published in August 2004 by a team headed by Mithun Architects. The report provides an in-depth look at the 35 block Lloyd Crossing area, examining its development potential and offering sustainable urban design examples.
Making EcoDistricts: Concepts and Methods for Advancing Sustainability in Neighborhoods (white paper published by Portland State University in 2010)
Other EcoDistricts in Portland
Foster Green EcoDistrict – The Foster Green Eco District is located in SE Portland in the Lents neighborhood, and encompasses the SE 92nd Avenue and Foster Road neighborhood business districts, Lents Park and other resources. For a detailed map and more information, visit the eco district website: http://www.fostergreenecodistrict.org/
Foster Green EcoDistrict – Assessment Report
Gateway EcoDistrict – The Gateway Eco District is located in NE Portland in the Gateway neighborhood, encompassing the neighborhood business district of NE Halsey and NE Weilder, the Adventist Medical Center and the Portland Adventist Academy.
Gateway EcoDistrict – Pilot Report
South of Market EcoDistrict – The South of Market (SoMa) EcoDistrict is located in the south part of Portland’s central business district and is bordered by Market Street to the north, SW Harbor Way Drive to the east, and I-405 to the south and west.
SoMa EcoDistrict – Roadmap
South Waterfront EcoDistrict – The South Waterfront Ecodistrict is a former industrial area stretching along the west bank of the Willamette River from the New Marquem Bridge to the north and the Sellwood Bridge to the south.
South Waterfront EcoDistrict – Pilot report