Plambeck Gardens – Tualatin

Named in honor of Doug Plambeck, a founding CPAH board member and affordable housing advocate who lost a battle with cancer in March of 2020. CPAH received funding from Washington County Affordable Housing Bond to build 116 units in Tualatin, on 4.66 acres of land purchased in 2020.

Woodland Hearth – Tigard

Woodland Hearth is designed in response to feedback gathered during extensive community engagement along the SW Transportation corridor: a growing need for large family units. The design, therefore, is based on the premise of providing families and their children a place to call home. It provides opportunities for both younger and older children to play alongside a space to grow food and includes a connection with nature. The 63-unit community will include 19 three-bedroom and five four-bedroom units to accommodate multiple family types and living arrangements.

Jamii Court – Portland

This redevelopment will turn the Portland Value Inn site into a 98-unit multifamily rental development serving families. 58 apartment homes will have at least two bedrooms, and 39 will be affordable to households with incomes at 30% area median income or below. The community will include homes for 15 families with a head of household with a disabling condition who are exiting long-term, homelessness. CPAH and HAKI Community Services will offer resident services, HAKI will lead outreach efforts, and Urban League will provide case management and Supportive Housing services.

Senior Housing on 5th – Beaverton

The proposed senior site redevelopment is a 6-story podium-style building with a brick facade that will provide 104 homes for seniors, consisting of 96 1-bedroom units and 8 studios. It will include a community-focused ground floor commercial, a spacious community room with a kitchen and lending library, on-site resident services, flexible outdoor space adjacent to the community room, and a community garden. 

Oleson Woods Rehab – Tigard

With Preservation Pool funding from Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS), CPAH will rehabilitate Oleson Woods, including restoration of the wetlands on the property with the help of the Homebuilders Foundation, to ensure the housing is available to residents into the future.

With more in the works!