The Crossings at Gresham Station is a mixed-use development in Gresham, a suburb of Portland. The Crossings takes advantage of proximity to light rail, providing a model for how to bring walkable development to suburban locations. The buildings are four and five stories in height, with 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, 81 residential units, and an underground parking garage. While it appears to be several narrow, human-scale buildings, the Crossings is actually two buildings encompassing an entire block. The project has been a great financial success, with 100 percent occupancy and a sizable waiting list. As Streetsblog reported, “It’s won awards for transit-oriented design and earned the praise of Gresham’s residents and politicians.” The Crossings was built through a public-private partnership between the City of Gresham, Metro (Portland’s regional government), and a private developer; it received a transit-oriented development tax exemption from the State of Oregon.