Developers say a new Salem housing project will have up to 500 residents. The unique partnership with Seed of Faith Ministries is intended to prevent property management companies from discriminating against Black residents.
Tag: AFFORDABLE HOUSING
A development across the street from Swegle Elementary School will give seniors a place to live for $500 per month. The first homes are expected to open in May 2024.
An Oregon State Hospital nursing building remodeled into 52 affordable apartments may open around two weeks late after power to Yaquina Hall was shut off on April 17.
The former nursing building at the Oregon State Hospital has been remodeled into 52 affordable apartments, with 20 set aside for people with serious and persistent mental illness.
More details have emerged on the ambitious housing project in the South Gateway neighborhood, intended to create an affordable living space that brings people of all ages together, project leaders say.
Federal and state funding will help transform the former Evergreen Church on Northeast Cottage Street into 17 downtown apartments for Salem-area veterans and services for those coming out of homelessness.
Salem’s Urban Renewal Agency seeks to have the downtown block demolished by the end of the year to make way for redevelopment.
The Oregon State Hospital North Campus property, pictured in April. A piece of the project would give the city of Salem a former residence hall for nurses to be turned into 52 units of affordable housing. (Troy Brynelson/Salem Reporter) Salem’s plans to remodel Yaquina Hall, a former residence hall for[Read More…]
A United Way visitor tours a demonstration tiny home in the organization’s parking lot on July 17, 2019 (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter) Ron Hays, chief executive officer of United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley, has had a phrase follow him through his career: “Affordable housing can’t be built affordably.” About a[Read More…]
Center for Hope and Safety begins project to turn vacant Greyhound station into affordable apartments
Sen. Peter Courtney topples a wall at the former Greyhound station on Church Street in downtown Salem on April 1, 2019 (Courtesy/Center for Hope and Safety) With affordable housing scarce in Salem, the Center for Hope and Safety is looking to become a landlord. The center, a 46-year-old nonprofit serving[Read More…]