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Bond Funds Reallocated Between Two Projects; Metro Bond Project Withdrawal

To bring affordable homes online sooner, the 149-unit Barbur Apartments have switched from Portland Housing Bond to Metro Housing Bond funding; 149 units in hollywoodHUB have switched from Portland to Metro Bond funding. All unit counts remain the same. The Alcena will not move forward.

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The Joyce Opens in Downtown Portland to Provide Permanent Supportive Housing for People Exiting Homelessness

The project opening marks eleventh for Portland’s Housing Bond since voters approved the city’s first bond measure for affordable housing.

Press release

2022 Portland Housing Bond Progress Report

Presenting the 2022 progress report for the Portland Housing Bond.

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Portland Housing Bureau: 2022 by the Numbers

A message from Interim Director Molly Rogers and a look back at the highlights and accomplishments from this last year.

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Commissioner Ryan Announces Interim Director of the Portland Housing Bureau

Commissioner Dan Ryan is thrilled to announce Molly Rogers - who currently serves as Deputy Director - has accepted an offer to serve as PHB's Interim Director as Commissioner Ryan conducts a national search for a permanent Director.

Press release

2021 Portland Housing Bond Progress Report

Presenting the latest progress report for the Portland Housing Bond.

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New Portland Housing Bond Development Breaks Ground

Construction on 206 new affordable homes began Monday, September 20.

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City Council Approves Funds for 176 New Affordable Homes in South Waterfront

Project is the Third Portland Project Approved Under Metro Housing Bond

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Portland’s Housing Bond Continues to Exceed Goals, Creating More Housing Than Expected

Revised plans for the Anna Mann House will add another 40 units of affordable housing to the proposed building design.

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