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Friday, May 9th, 2014

LDCA Annual Report

Great Activities at the Lloyd Center Ice Rink.


American Assets Trust begins work on massive Lloyd District development

A San Diego investment trust is preparing to break ground on a development that will bring nearly 660 apartments to the white-collar Lloyd District.

The ambitious plan has been slightly scaled back from when it was first announced in then-Mayor Sam Adams' 2012 State of the City address, when plans described 750 apartments.

But it's still the largest single Portland apartment project in recent years, and perhaps the largest in the city's history.

[Read more here. ]




I wanted to take a quick moment to share with you the successes we had in Holladay Park this past Tuesday and congratulate those who were involved in making National Night Out a huge accomplishment. Music, hot dogs, cotton candy, balloon art, face painting, Eco Swapping, and other activities provided by twenty area businesses and organizations welcomed commuters, residents, and visitors to Holladay Park. Mayor Charlie Hales was in attendance and congratulated the event organizers for their ability to transform the park and accomodate the large turnout.

CLICK HERE to view a collection of pictures taken at the event.

I would like to recognize three individuals that made this event possible:

  • Ann Grimmer, Lloyd Center Mall
  • Sandra Burdeshaw, Calaroga Terrace
  • Sean Young, Portland Trailblazers & Rose Quarter
  • The great contributions by these volunteers furthers the LDCA's mission to make the district a more inviting place for businesses, neighbors, and visitors.

A special thank you to our food vendors, who helped serve more than 1,000 people:

  • Calaroga Terrace
  • Doubletree Hotel
  • Buffalo Wildwings
  • Newport Seafood Grill
  • Qdoba

I would also like to recognize the other area organizations and businesses that provided activities for community benefit:

  • American Income Life Insurance
  • Army National Guard
  • Cars2Go
  • City of Porltand Bureau of Sustainability & Planning
  • City of Portland Parks & Recreation
  • East West College of Massage
  • Legacy Health Trauma Nurses
  • Lloyd Center Mall
  • Lloyd EcoDistrict
  • Lloyd Transportation Management Association
  • Point West Credit Union
  • Portland Pedal Power
  • Portland Trailblazers & Rose Quarter
  • Red Lion Hotel
  • Temple Baptist Church
  • Umpqua Bank
  • Zipcar

It is truely an honor to work with businesses, organizations, residents, and volunteers who are truley committed to our mission to make the Lloyd District a better place for commerce while also improving livability. Thank you for your support and dedication.


Brian Griffis, Board Chair
Lloyd District Community Association


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