Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) is providing key funding to help create or preserve more than 400 affordable homes across the state.

Andrea Bell
Andrea Bell

More than $40 million has been awarded through federal low-income housing tax credits, Oregon Affordable Housing Tax Credits, the HOME program, and the General Housing Account Program.

“This progress is about what really matters—putting resources toward investments that make life better for more Oregonians,” said OHCS director Andrea Bell. “Over 400 families and individuals will have a safe and stable place to call home because of these investments and the leadership of our local partners who made this possible. This progress can invigorate neighborhoods, communities, and our economies. These investments in housing today will serve Oregonians for generations to come especially in our rural and Tribal communities.”

The Oregon Housing Stability Council approved the recent investments.

Development

Sponsor

Location

Units

Total Funding

Allen Creek Crossing

Josephine Housing and Community Development Council

Grants Pass

68

$4.5 million

ALSO Apartments

Advocates for Life Skills and Opportunity

Gresham

39

$4.8 million

Burlwood Apartments

Hampstead Development Partners

Portland

35

$947,442

Colonia del Valle Próspero

Farmworker Housing Development Corp.

Albany

54

$5 million

Klamath LIHTC #1

Klamath Tribes Housing Department

Chiloquin

30

$4.6 million

Majestic Garden Apartments

Chrisman Development

Redmond, Veneta, Harrisburg, Junction City (scattered sites)

66

$5.7 million

Nine Peaks

Housing Works

Bend

45

$10 million

Voyager’s Village

Micronesian Islander Community

Salem

41

$2.6 million

Wickiup Station

Foundation for Affordable Housing

La Pine

39

$4.1 million