A study that looked at recovery in 62 downtown areas in the U.S. and Canada placed Portland at second to last, above San Francisco. But it’s not the whole story.
PORTLAND, Ore. — After a years-long barrage of bad news about Portland’s central city, a task force spearheaded by Gov. Tina Kotek is busy figuring out what needs to be done in order to get the area on a path to recovery. But some recent data suggests that “recovery” looks very different depending on what metrics you use and the lens through which they’re examined.
Many Portlanders judge the central city by their experiences and appearances.
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