Affordable Housing – New Construction
Completion DateProject NameClientCity, StateUnitsBuilding TypeDescription
2021Hayden Bridge LandingHomes for GoodSpringfield, OR70Multiple Building- ResidentialSeventy units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, community gardens and play structure. 100% storm water infiltration, Earth Advantage Platinum certification is expected.
2021SarangHomes for GoodEugene, OR49Multiple Building- ResidentialForty-nine units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, community gardens and play structure. Wetland mitigation, Earth Advantage Platinum certification is expected.
2021Levens Street ApartmentsPolk Community Development CorporationDallas, OR8Single Building - ResidentialEight units of affordable housing for veterans.
2021The Commons on MLKHomes for GoodEugene, OR51Single Building- ResidentialThe project consists of fifty-one studio permanent supportive housing units serving chronically homeless individuals. The ground floor consists of approximately 2500 SF of on-site supportive service office area, with the remaining area dedicated to residential common uses. The site includes a secure courtyard for residents with a covered shelter and community garden area. The storm water strategy for the site utilizes 100% infiltration and Earth Advantage Platinum certification was awarded.
2020Market District CommonsHomes for GoodEugene, OR50Single Building- Mixed UseThis mixed use project is located in downtown Eugene and provides 50 one and two bedroom affordable housing units over approximately 7150 SF of ground floor commercial space. The residential common areas on the top floor of the building consist of a community room with a kitchen adjacent to a rooftop terrace and laundry room. The ground floor residential lobby has an interior mail area and access to the resident services office. Earth Advantage Platinum certification was awarded.
2020Garden View ApartmentsLinn-Benton Housing AuthorityEugene, OR48Single Building- ResidentialSenior housing project consisting of 48 apartments in a single three-story building. Amenities include generous community room, demonstration kitchen, ample gathering spaces on upper floors, covered patio, expansive outdoor gathering spaces, and community garden.
2018The MyrtlewoodSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountySpringfield, OR35Single Building- ResidentialThirty-five one bedroom units of affordable housing for individuals and couples with a percentage of the units for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Common spaces include a community room, kitchen and laundry near management offices.
2017Seavey Meadows Phase 3DevNWCorvallis, OR13Multiple Building- ResidentialThird phase of larger development, this phase consists of 13 affordable units for families and Veterans.
2017The Oaks at West 14thSponsors &
Homes for Good
Eugene, OR54Multiple Building- ResidentialThe 54 unit apartment complex of long-term, affordable, permanent housing, not transitional housing, for people with criminal histories, including: veterans, seniors, and people with disabilities.
2016Alona PlaceSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyJunction City, OR40Multiple Building- ResidentialForty units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, laundry and play structure. Extensive on site wetlands.
2016Bascom Village Homes for Good & St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyEugene, OR101Multiple Building- ResidentialOne hundred units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, laundry, children’s room and play structure. Earth Advantage Platinum certification achieved.
2016Bascom Village IIHomes for GoodEugene, OR48Multiple Building- ResidentialForty-eight units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, community gardens and play structure. Earth Advantage Platinum certification achieved.
2015Bascom Village ISt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyEugene, OR53Multiple Building- ResidentialFifty-three units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, laundry, children’s room and play structure.
2014Seavey Meadows IIDevNWCorvallis, OR6Multiple Building- ResidentialSecond phase of larger development, this phase consists of 6 affordable single family homes for first time buyers. As part of the Community Land Trust program, the land will be retained by WHNS reducing the cost to buyers for the homes.
2013Bothy CottageSponsorsEugene, OR5Single Building- ResidentialThe RISE program "Reunite in a Supportive Environment", offers transitional housing for women ex-offenders and their families. The cottage has five small suites, meeting room, and shared living spaces.
2013Eagle Landing ApartmentsNeighborWorks Umpqua &
United Community Action Network
Roseburg, OR55Multiple Building- ResidentialFifty-five units of affordable housing for homeless veterans and veterans with families. Shared amenities include a community meeting space, laundry, garden area and play structure.
2013Ocean Winds ApartmentsShelter Resources, IncBrookings, OR40Multiple Building- ResidentialAffordable family housing in Brookings Oregon consisting of 40 units for families and associated community gathering spaces.
2013Stellar ApartmentsSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyEugene, OR54Multiple Building- ResidentialFifty-four units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, laundry, children’s room and play structure.
2012Seavey Meadows IDevNWCorvallis, OR24Multiple Building- ResidentialFirst phase of larger development, this phase consists of affordable family housing in Corvallis Oregon consisting of 24 units for families and associated community gathering space and large central play area.
2012Alexander Court ApartmentsDevNWCorvallis, OR25Multiple Building- ResidentialAffordable family housing in Corvallis Oregon consisting of 25 units for families and associated community gathering space and large central play area.
2011Neu Place & Grace’s HouseNeighborWorks UmpquaRoseburg, OR11Single Building- ResidentialEleven Independent Living apartments for developmentally disabled adults with a renovated single-family rental home located on a large infill lot. Project includes two fully accessible -bedroom units, nine studio units with a shared laundry and community room for resident activities.
2011Afiya ApartmentsShelterCareSpringfield, OR16Single Building- ResidentialSpecial Needs Housing funded through HUD 811 Program consisting of sixteen1-bedroom units and associated community spaces such as a community room, media lounge, and laundry within a single structure.
2011The CedarsOptions for Southern OregonGrants Pass, OR12Multiple Building- ResidentialSpecial Needs Housing funded through HUD 811 Program consisting of twelve 1-bedroom units in six duplex structures gathered around a common garden. Project includes community building with amenities such as a community gathering room, a small computer lab, management office, and laundry.
2010Roosevelt CrossingSponsors & Homes for GoodEugene, OR9Multiple Building- ResidentialTransitional housing in 9 suites for up to 74 ex-offenders created in two three-story buildings. An Administrative building for Sponsors features large community meeting rooms and counseling center.
2010The Donald L. Lamb BuildingSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyEugene, OR35Single Building- Mixed UseFour story, mixed-use building with 35 1-bedroom units of affordable housing for individuals above 7,500 sf commercial space for SVdP’s flagship bookstore. Community spaces include fourth floor terrace, community room, laundry and management offices.
2009Aster ApartmentsSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountySpringfield, OR55Single Building- ResidentialSenior Housing funded through HUD 202 Program consisting of fifty-five units and shared amenities such as a community room, computer center, laundry, TV room, porches and gardens.
2009Heather GlenSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyVeneta, OR27Multiple Building- ResidentialTwenty-seven units of affordable family housing including shared amenities such as a community meeting space, laundry, children’s room and play structure.
2007The Royal BuildingSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountySpringfield, OR33Single Building- Mixed UseDesign and construction of a mixed use mid-rise with 33 1-bedroom units of affordable housing for individuals above a commercial ground floor.
2006MeadowlarkNorthwest Housing Alternatives (Sponsor)Oregon City, OR15Single Building- ResidentialDesign and construction of fourteen 1-bedroom apartments for persons recovering from chronic mental illness, one 2-bedroom manager’s unit and associated community spaces.
2006Hazelwood EstatesMarion County Housing AuthorityWoodburn, OR36Multiple Building- ResidentialDesign and construction of 36 units of affordable housing for seniors.
2006Grandview HomesUmpqua Community Action NetworkRoseburg, OR10Multiple Building- ResidentialDesign and construction of affordable housing for ten families with special needs.
2005Santa Clara PlaceSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyEugene, OR60Multiple Building- ResidentialDesign and construction of 60 units of affordable housing for individuals, families and seniors.
2005The BridgeTualatin Valley Housing Partnership (Sponsor)Beaverton, OR15Multiple Building- ResidentialDesign and construction of fourteen 1-bedroom apartments for persons with developmental disabilities, one 2-bedroom manager’s unit and associated community spaces.
2003Sunset Corners ApartmentsLinn County Affordable HousingSweet Home, OR10Multiple Building- ResidentialA mixed ownership neighborhood consisting of 10 units of rental housing for seniors and developmentally disabled youth and 13 single-family lots developed for home ownership. The sloping site included wetlands mitigation, riparian rehabilitation, and storm water retention issues. Public improvements through Community Development Block Grant.
2003Calapooia CrossingUmpqua Community Development CorporationSutherlin, OR11Multiple Building- ResidentialA mixed ownership neighborhood consisting of 11 units of rental housing for families and individuals and 5 single family homes. Emphasis on passive and active solar design, energy conservation, and sustainable design.
2002Woodbridge Meadow ApartmentsPolk Community Development CorporationDallas, OR40Multiple Building- ResidentialThe design of 40 units of affordable housing for working families. Emphasis placed on community gathering places, energy conservation, and high speed communications data network. Public improvements through Community Development Block Grant.
2002Sheldon Village ApartmentsHomes for GoodEugene, OR83Multiple Building- ResidentialHigher density, multi-family development of 83 units for rental at or below 50% median income. An urban scale with townhouses over ground floor flats. Emphasis on connectivity within the nodal development of the “island” site. Photovoltaic array supplies power for the Community Building. Pre-wired “e-community”, for data network through fiber optics.
2002Yaquina Breeze ApartmentsCommunity Development Corporation of Lincoln CountyNewport, OR9Single Building- ResidentialNine units of supportive housing for persons with psychiatric disabilities and a small gathering space with private office. Design concerns centered on extreme coastal weather conditions.
2002Spruce Terrace ApartmentsSt. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane CountyMount Angel, OR34Multiple Building- ResidentialThe design of 34 units of affordable housing for families, seniors and persons with developmental disabilities. Emphasis on fitting into the existing neighborhood fabric and open space
2002Fisher Ridge ApartmentsClackamas Residential OptionsOregon City, OR19Single Building- ResidentialThe design of 19 units of affordable housing for psychiatrically disabled adult clients of Clackamas County Mental Health, funded by several different sources, including H.U.D.
2002Camas CommonsDevNW with Linn Benton Housing AuthorityCorvallis, OR60Multiple Building- ResidentialA design of 60 units of affordable housing for larger families with on-site community center and play areas for kids. Site issues include wetlands mitigation and storm water retention.
2002Westview CommonsOptions for Southern Oregon with Douglas County Mental HealthRoseburg, OR18Multiple Building- ResidentialThe design of 18 units of affordable housing for psychiatrically disabled adults, funded by H.U.D. Design focused on creating community for individuals traditionally overlooked.
2001Mason GroveHorizon Projects, Inc.Milton-Freewater, OR30Multiple Building- ResidentialA design of 30 affordable duplex townhouse units for families with an on-site community center and play areas. Project also includes rehabilitation of one existing house.
2001New Dawn TerracePeace at Home Advocacy CenterRoseburg, OR5Single Building- ResidentialThe design of 5 units of affordable transitional housing for single women with and without children who are escaping domestic violence. Community building, community garden, and play spaces are included.
2000West Park OrchardsColumbia Cascade Housing CorporationThe Dalles, OR22Multiple Building- ResidentialThe design of 22 units of affordable housing for seniors. Uses “aging in place” philosophy of providing flexible design to allow for the aging population’s changing needs so that there is no need for displacement.
1999Ames Creek Court ApartmentsLinn County Affordable Housing, Corp. (LCAH)Sweet Home, OR30Multiple Building- Residential30 Units of affordable senior housing in Sweet Home, Oregon on a wooded site. Units are configured in duplexes, triplexes and fourplexes, with 28 as one bedrooms and 2 as two bedrooms. Development and funding through HOME Investment Partnership and tax credits.
1999Pioneer CommonsHorizon Projects, Inc.Milton-Freewater, OR14Multiple Building- ResidentialAffordable family housing and special needs housing for developmentally disabled adults on a site bounded by the Walla Walla River and the historic Frazier Farmstead Museum property. Program includes 14 units as studio, 2 and 3 bedroom duplexes, with rehab of existing structures clustered around a central commons outdoor space.
1999Jacobs Lane II, IIIHomes for GoodEugene, OR38Multiple Building- ResidentialPhase 2 and 3 consists of 14 affordable rental apartments for singles, 18 for seniors, and 6 family townhouses associated with the 28 family townhouses of Phase 1. (within a total project of 63 units). In addition, a small cafe and Senior Meals program dining room share a public courtyard. Emphasis is placed on public and private outdoor areas supporting the variety of needs of a large mixed population.
1999Laurel Court ApartmentsLaurel Court, Inc., Laurel Hill CenterEugene, OR16Multiple Building- ResidentialSixteen one-bedroom apartments as affordable supportive housing for persons with psychological disabilities with an on-site manager’s apartment and shared gathering space. Development and construction funding through HUD under the 811 program.
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