The Henry in Downtown Portland is a 172-unit development owned by Central City Concern that serves some of the city’s most vulnerable residents.
Originally designed as an office building in 1909, the Henry is now listed on the National Registry of Historical Places. Today, the Henry provides 172 zero-barrier single occupancy rooms in Portland’s Downtown to some of the city’s most vulnerable populations, including people transitioning from homelessness. Central City Concern (CCC) rehabilitated the project in 2020 to add 20 new residential units, complete a partial seismic upgrade, and make other capital improvements. CCC works with service partners including the Veteran’s Administration, Care Oregon, Dept. of Community Justice and Old Town Recovery Center. Tenants of The Henry benefit from wraparound services including access to healthcare and mental health, supported employment, recovery services, rent and food assistance, and case management.
AMI = Area Median Income
Estimated Development Cost
|Portland Housing Bureau||$12,977,742|
- Central City Concern, Sponsor
- KPFF, Engineer
- Colas Construction, General Contractor