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 This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.  Since the project, this lot has become condos.  

This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.

Since the project, this lot has become condos.  

 This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.  Since the project, this lot has become condos.  

This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.

Since the project, this lot has become condos.  

This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.

Since the project, this lot has become condos.  

This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.

Since the project, this lot has become condos.  

 This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.  Since the project, this lot has become condos.  
 This sign was erected as an intervention in response to the incessant development and increasing gentrification of Northeast Portland, where condos are springing up on every corner.  Empty lots like this one provide rare spacial reprieve in the concrete jungle and are rare areas where "nothing" is happening.  The sign invites passersby to imagine a world in which wildlife zones and corridors are possible in urban spaces, and a world in which every inch of empty space isn't developed for profit.  Since the project, this lot has become condos.