Isabella Court Grand Opening
Join us for Isabella Court’s Grand Opening!
With a focus on energy efficiency and active living, Isabella Court brings needed quality affordable housing for seniors to Clark County.
March 14th at Isabella Court
Guest speaker: Mayor Tim Leavitt
Ribbon cutting & self-guided property tour
3112 NE 62nd Ave., Vancouver, WA 98661
10:30am - 12:00pm
Thank You to Our Partners!
REACH Community Development (Owner/Developer), MWA Architects (Architect)
TEAM Construction (General Contractor)
Housing Development Center (Construction Manager)
Citi Community Capital • City of Vancouver Community and Economic Development • Clark County Community Services • Enterprise Community Partners • Housing Development Center Community Fund • Impact Capital • NeighborWorks® America • Raymond James Tax Credit Funds Inc. • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development • Vancouver Housing Authority • Washington State Department of Commerce • Washington State Housing Finance Commission
About the Project
Isabella Court, the first of a planned two phase housing project, is located on the northern portion of a site in one of the last high density zoned vacant parcels within the Central Vancouver Fourth Plain Corridor in Washington. All units are available to residents 62+ with incomes at or below 60% area median income.
The property is strategically located on the Fourth Plain Corridor to address an area that is underserved for seniors but with great accessibility to a wide range of services, emphasizing REACH’s commitment to affordable living.
The site is located along new planned infrastructure improvements with the local Bus Rapid Transit and is within the Central Vancouver Neighborhood Revitalization Area and is built to the Evergreen Sustainable Development Standard (ESDS) with a focus on energy efficiency and promotion of sustainable living.
Building Facts and Amenities
Four story building containing 49 units of senior housing including 46 one-bedroom units and 3 two-bedroom units. Ten units have project based Section 8 vouchers targeted to households earning 30% of MFI (Median Family Income) or less.
The balance of the remaining units are targeted to households earning at or below 50% and 60% of area MFI or less. Rents range from $627/month (one-bdrm apts) to $914 (two-bdrm apts).
All units are adaptable with additional units constructed to address motor and sensory accessibility.
Excellent transit-oriented location near stops for the Vine, C-Tran’s new bus rapid transit system. Many community amenities including nearby restaurants, shopping, movie theater, parks, and arterials.
Site amenities include a large community room with kitchen and pantry, upper floor lounges, on-site laundry, elevator, back patio area, community garden with shed, and sunshades for windows.