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Monday, February 13, 2012

Oregon Health and Science University released its new 20-year master plan, which reaffirmed plans to expand in Portland's South Waterfront.

Brian Newman, OHSU’s director of campus planning development and real estate, presented the plan to the TriMet board at its Feb. 8 meeting. Newman told board members that OHSU was still committed to moving its academic programs off Marquam Hill and into new facilities in South Waterfront, in large part because of the transit lines being constructed there.
“It will become one of the most accessible spots in the region,” Newman said of the area when TriMet, the city of Portland and other jurisdictions are being new MAX and Portland Streetcar lines.

Read more at The Portland Tribune.

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