Hacienda CDC constructed Las Adelitas, a new 142-unit multifamily project, in NE Portland’s Cully neighborhood.
Las Adelitas is a community-based development which attempts to mitigate the effects of rising rents on families, and the inevitable displacement and gentrification within the Cully neighborhood. The four-story project transforms the former “Sugar Shack” site into a 142-unit, place-based affordable housing development with unit sizes ranging from studios to three bedrooms for homeless individuals, working families, and people of color in Cully. One-third of the units serve those earning below 30% of area median income (AMI), including 18 units of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) supported by Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare. Hacienda CDC offers resident services focused on youth/family support and housing and economic stability. Among other community amenities, Las Adelitas provides an event hall, a classroom space dedicated to Hacienda’s Portland Niños program for children 0-5 years of age, a central plaza, and open space for people to gather and play.
For questions about unit availability and leasing:
|Project Type||New Construction|
|Unrestricted Manager's Unit||1|
AMI = Area Median Income
Estimated Development Cost
|Portland Housing Bureau||$15,020,934|
- Hacienda CDC, Sponsor
- Salazar Architect, Architect
- LMC, General Contractor
- Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Service Partner
- Familias En Acción, Service Partner