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From the beginning of the planning efforts for Portland's Pearl District, the creation of a network of open spaces was an important goal of both the neighborhood and the city.  Located between NW Johnson and Kearney, Jamison Square was the first to be developed.  It is named in honor of William Jamison whose presence was pivotal in the development of the River District.  The focal point of the park is a fountain which simulates a shallow tidal pool.