Bridge Housing Breaks Ground on 203-Unit Affordable Housing Project in Portland

by Nellie Day

PORTLAND, ORE. — Developer Bridge Housing has broken ground on the first phase of RiverPlace Parcel 3, a 203-unit affordable housing project in Portland.

Bridge Housing will deliver 90 apartments reserved for households earning less than 30 percent of the area’s median family income (MFI); 10 units dedicated to homeless veterans utilizing the Veteran Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) program; and the balance going toward families earning 60 percent of MFI. Property amenities include a playground and landscaped courtyard, two laundry rooms, a community room with kitchen and community spaces, resident services office with adjacent program space, a conference room and a community classroom.

RiverPlace Parcel 3 is a joint effort between the Portland Housing Bureau and Prosper Portland. The 88,000-square foot parcel on the corner of SW River Parkway and Moody Avenue is owned by Prosper Portland. Bridge was selected to develop the site in 2015.

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