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Projects in the Pipeline

Bringing much needed affordable housing to our region, REACH is working hard to build and maintain over 800 homes over the next 3 - 5 years. Check back for more updates as these projects go from the drawing board to completion.

Projects in the Pipeline (PDF)

Hillsboro: Orchards at Orenco, Phase III

Construction Start Date: May 2017In highly desirable locations like Hillsboro, working families have a difficult time finding and affording enough space for their families to thrive. Orchards at Orenco, Phase III is a new housing community of 52 units of family and workforce housing units and

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SE Portland: 72Foster

Construction Start: Summer 2017Vibrant communities are at risk when high rents fracture community bonds. In an effort to keep diverse communities together, 72Foster is a new mixed-use housing community located in Southeast Portland.

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Central Vancouver: Isabella Court, Phase II

Construction Start: September 2017Seniors living on fixed incomes are highly vulnerable to rising rents which are becoming a commonplace occurrence in booming Vancouver, WA. To support our elderly community, Isabella Court, Phase II is a new community that will provide 49 new affordable housing units for

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East Portland: 124th and Ash

Construction Start: June 2018REACH strives to build homes that are affordable but remain close to transit and vital services like grocery stores and doctor’s offices. To this end, REACH has a Purchase and Sale Agreement to buy a site from TriMet at 124th and Ash.

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North Portland: Argyle

Construction Start: Winter 2018Displacement in North Portland continues at an alarming rate. To meet the housing need in this area, TriMet selected REACH to develop 2+ acres of land into a mixed-use mixed-income project in the Kenton neighborhood in North Portland.

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Downtown Portland: Taft Home

Start Date: TBDThe Taft is one of only two buildings in Portland that serve as residential care facilities for very low income adults with challenging behavioral and psychological conditions. Many Taft residents were formerly homeless, have no resources, no to very limited family support, and need help taking care of themselves and keeping their living spaces clean and safe.

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