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    BLI Model Development Capacity The first step of the Bureau of Planning Sustainability's Buildable Lands Inventory (BLI) model is used to identify parcels that are likely to redevelop in the City of Portland -- parcels that are either vacant or significantly underutilizing their allowed development capacity. FAR and building height limits are the primary limiting factor on development in employment, commercial, and high-density residential areas. In multi-family and single-family residential areas, capacities are determined by the allowed number of residential units. This portion of the BLI modeling process consists of 3 basic steps:1) calculate existing building square footages and allowed development limits (in terms of building square footage or number of residential units); 2) identify parcels using significantly less than their allowed development capacity (using less than 20% of available capacity, not including any development bonuses or incentives);3) apply development constraints to these parcels and calculate remaining capacity in terms of building square footage, allowed number of residential units, and allowed number of jobs. The attached graphics illustrate the process in more detail. This featureclass is the result of that analysis. It is used to determine the total supply of residential and employment land, which is an input into subsequent steps of the BLI model, which allocates forecasted units and jobs to different areas of the City. Development 10/12/16 02:48 PM
    Capital Improvement Projects (Line) Line features representing Capital Improvement Projects for the City of Portland Bureaus Development 12/10/18 04:29 PM
    Capital Improvement Projects (Point) Point features representing Capital Improvement Projects for the City of Portland Bureaus Development 12/10/18 04:29 PM
    Capital Improvement Projects (Polygon) Polygon features representing Capital Improvement Projects for the City of Portland Bureaus Development 12/10/18 04:29 PM
    cip_archive_lines_pdx Archive of line features representing Capital Improvement Projects for the City of Portland Bureaus Development 12/10/18 04:28 PM
    cip_archive_points_pdx Archive of point features representing Capital Improvement Projects for the City of Portland Bureaus Development 12/10/18 04:28 PM
    cip_archive_polygons_pdx Archive of polygon features representing Capital Improvement Projects for the City of Portland Bureaus Development 12/10/18 04:28 PM
    Combined Historic Landmarks and Districts A combined dataset of Historic and Conservation Districts, and Historic and Conservation Landmark building footprints. See individual layers for detailed descriptions. Development 12/10/18 05:47 PM
    Conservation Landmarks Conservation landmarks are individual resources that have been locally designated by the City of Portland because of their historic, cultural, archaeological, or architectural merit but may have a "lesser" level of significance than historic landmarks. Portland has 12 conservation landmarks. They have been evaluated according to criteria contained in sections 33.445 and 33.846 of Portland's Zoning Code. Development 10/23/16 04:10 PM
    Current Vacant Buildable Lands Model (VBLM) (Clark County, WA) This data is maintained by and obtained from Clark County, WA GIS. Click the link above to view the Clark County GIS metadata for this dataset. Development 10/13/11 04:25 PM

       
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