Portland Public Market: A Gateway to the Central City
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A proposal to use a public market building in downtown Portland as a node of intersection between various cultures and classes of people creates an intersection point within the community. The public market is an example of how to live and produce food sustainably, while the building itself can also be an example of efficient energy use and become a symbol for future growth in downtown Portland.
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