This report is the culmination of an interdisciplinary collaboration between Community Development Partners (CDP), the Center for Public Interest Design (CPID), Salazar Architect and OHSU-PSU School of Public Health documenting the resident engagement events, action research and design efforts at Cascadian Terrace Apartments. CDP acquired the property in 2015 with the intention of performing a complete renovation. CDP asked CPID to assist in the process using an Asset Based Community Development approach, engaging the residents and surrounding neighborhood, in order to define the scope of rehabilitation that is currently underway. Findings and recommendations focus on improvements to the community areas by activating underutilized space, building community identity among residents, new programming oriented around food security and nutrition, and creating paths to connect residents to neighborhood resources and social services.
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Portland State University. Center for Public Interest Design; Palleroni, Sergio; Ferry, Todd; Papke, Danette; Rathi, Damini; Carder, Paula; and Tuttle, Aliza, "Cascadian Terrace Apartments Community Engagement Report" (2018). Center for Public Interest Design Projects. 8.