Color Spokane's U-District Green 

The U-District could become a model of sustainable growth in the city. Just ask the Dutchman who runs Portland State.

The U-District could become the engine of revitalization and vibrancy in Spokane’s urban core. That was the message of the new president of Portland State University, Wim Weiwel — an expert on the role of universities in sustainable urban development —…

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