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NE 74th & Glisan

In Planning
Related Northwest, Catholic Charities, and IRCO are partnering to develop 137 units of affordable housing in Montavilla serving families and people exiting homelessness.
Summer 2024

Related Northwest, Catholic Charities, and Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO) are partnering to develop 137 units of affordable housing on a Metro-owned site in Montavilla. The NE 74th Avenue and Glisan Street project will consist of two buildings, one with 41 units of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH), and the other providing 96 units of family housing. Together, the buildings create a housing continuum wherein residents moving out of PSH units have the opportunity to remain in the immediate community. The PSH portion of the project targets BIPOC, seniors, people experiencing homelessness, and survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The family-focused portion will target BIPOC, immigrant and refugee households, and intergenerational families. Catholic Charities will provide case management and services to PSH tenants; IRCO will provide resident services at the family housing property.

Planned amenities at NE 74th and Glisan include a community room and kitchen, laundry room, playground, picnic area, community garden, bike parking, surface parking, and onsite multicultural preschool. The project team is also partnering with Mercy Corps NW to promote small business classes and offer two retail incubator spaces and a café in the ground-floor commercial space. The site is well supported by parks and amenities including Rosemont Bluff Natural Area, the Montavilla Community Center, a grocery store within walking distance, and two frequent-service TriMet bus lines on NE Glisan and NE 82nd Avenue.

Building Profile

Project TypeNew Construction
Regulated Units137
PSH Units41
Total Units137
Bedroom SizeUnits
30% AMI56
40% AMI-
50% AMI-
60% AMI81
80% AMI-

AMI = Area Median Income

Estimated Development Cost

Portland Housing Bureau$19,972,884

Development Team

  • Related Northwest, Sponsor
  • Catholic Charities, Sponsor / Service Provider
  • Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO), Sponsor / Service Provider
  • Holst Architecture, Architect
  • LMC Construction & ALMAR Contracting, General Contractor


Jill Chen

Housing Investments and Portfolio Preservation Manager

phone number503-823-2375

For email inquiries, please include the name of the project in the subject line to promote an efficient response.