Orchards of 82nd

Rose CDC’s Orchards of 82nd, a 48-unit housing project and multicultural community space, addresses gentrification and displacement in Southeast Portland’s Jade District.
photo of building front view
Spring 2019

Rose Community Development Corporation (Rose CDC) developed Orchards of 82nd, a 48-unit mixed-use development, on a site acquired by Metro in the South Tabor neighborhood. Located within Southeast Portland’s Jade District, the Orchards project aims to prevent displacement of low-income residents caused by gentrification. More than 5,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space houses the Asian Pacific Network of Oregon (APANO) offices and a multicultural community space for events, social services, and job training. Tenants are also served by Rose CDC’s Baby Booster initiative to address child health disparities.

Project amenities include a small private courtyard, playground, on-site sheltered parking for cars and bikes, laundry facilities, a community room with a kitchenette, and on-site property management. Orchards of 82nd is located two blocks from a full-service grocery store, one-third of a mile from Harrison Park, and near numerous shops and services along 82nd Avenue and SE Division. The Division Transit Project, Trimet’s first high-capacity bus line, will serve this location with a nearby station.

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Building Profile

Project TypeNew Construction
LocationSouth Tabor
Regulated Units48
PSH Units-
Total Units48
Bedroom SizeUnits
30% AMI12
40% AMI-
50% AMI30
60% AMI5
80% AMI-

AMI = Area Median Income

Estimated Development Cost

Portland Housing Bureau$1,857,307

Development Team

  • ROSE CDC, Sponsor
  • SERA Architects, Architect
  • O’Neill/Walsh Construction Company, General Contractor
  • Cascade Management Inc., Property Manager