Northwest Housing Alternatives Opens Affordable Emmons Place in Portland, Oregon

by Channing Hamilton

PORTLAND, ORE. — Northwest Housing Alternatives has opened Emmons Place, a 146-unit affordable housing community in the historic Alphabet District of Portland. Emmons Place is available to households earning at or below 60 and 30 percent of the area median income. Priority populations include communities of color, individuals with disabilities and seniors exiting homelessness who will receive Permanent Supportive Housing services through the Northwest Pilot Project, which connects low-income seniors to affordable housing. The Portland Housing Bureau allocated $19.7 million from the Portland Housing Bond to the project’s development.

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