The OMSI District will be a one-of-a-kind neighborhood – an inclusive community destination with innovation, culture and science learning at its heart.
A new waterfront education park will honor people and place. It will be the first in the City to restore Tribal presence on the Willamette and create access to the River for all.
The OMSI District will become home. Up to 1,200 new units are planned for individuals and households, with a minimum of 20% of those units being affordable. Mixed use buildings will bring neighbors together alongside restaurants, businesses, Portland Community College, Portland Opera, and a Center for Tribal Nations.
The OMSI District will create sustainable innovation at scale. It will showcase and advance climate solutions through transportation, next generation urban systems and technology and OMSI science learning experiences advocating informed climate action.
The OMSI District is for everyone. For those seeking to play, to learn, to live and to be inspired. Welcome.
In the News
" How Oregon Works: 7 Portland development projects to watch" - Portland Business Journal
" Plans for new OMSI district to include tribal center" - Business Tribune
" The vision, the plan, the cost – OMSI District master plan" - DJC Oregon
" Challenges, opportunities face construction projects" - Portland Tribune
" OMSI seeks city approval for high-rise development in SE Portland" - The Oregonian
" Check Out the New OMSI District Plan" - K103
" OMSI unveils plan for new OMSI District" - KPTV
" OMSI District: Plans call for 3 million square feet of buildings in Portland east of the Willamette (Slideshow)" - Portland Business Journal
" New renderings released for OMSI District master plan" - Pamplin Media
"Oregon museum taps Indigenous community for riverfront project" - Indian Country Today