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.
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.
|Project Type||New Construction|
AMI = Area Median Income
Estimated Development Cost
|Portland Housing Bureau||$1,857,307|
- ROSE CDC, Sponsor
- SERA Architects, Architect
- O’Neill/Walsh Construction Company, General Contractor
- Cascade Management Inc., Property Manager