mixed useMixed use developments are important because they help facilitate self-sustaining communities. By providing retail and commercial services on the same site as housing, we are able to lessen the carbon footprint of the built environment and diminish the emissions created by traveling offsite for jobs and services.
A 46,000 square foot, 49 unit apartment building providing living opportunities for low income singles, couples and families in a mix of one and two bedroom units.
A 119 unit, mixed-use senior affordable housing facility designed to meet the needs of an elderly population.
Miracles Club nonprofit organization has been providing alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation services to Portland residents since 1995. Additionally, the non-profit organization provides community activities, hosts events and evening entertainment.
CHA completed a feasibility study to determine the most appropriate size and mix of a potential housing/commercial that resulted in a mixed-use development on a 1/8 block infill site in Portland’s Pearl District.
Village Quarter’s downtown location provides its senior residents close proximity to much of the City's best shopping and dining, all within walking distance. Sustainability is paramount in this building.