Land Use

Our practice has helped clients meet the challenges of growth in ways that sustain the region’s economic vitality and natural beauty. The following case studies provide a glimpse of our successful work assisting public and private clients as they seek to balance these two priorities.

The Port of Portland owns the western half of Hayden Island, which is located in the Columbia River, between Oregon and the State of Washington. The 800+ acre site is currently undeveloped, and is needed as a regionally significant deep water marine terminal, and for wildlife habitat and recreational purposes. The Land Use practice represented…
The Port of Portland owns the western half of Hayden Island, which is located in the Columbia River, between Oregon and the State of Washington. The 800+ acre site is currently undeveloped, and is needed as a regionally significant deep water marine terminal, and for wildlife habitat and recreational purposes. The Land Use practice represented…
The Port of Portland owns the western half of Hayden Island, which is located in the Columbia River, between Oregon and the State of Washington. The 800+ acre site is currently undeveloped, and is needed as a regionally significant deep water marine terminal, and for wildlife habitat and recreational purposes. The Land Use practice represented…