Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives
Land use -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area -- Planning, Housing development -- Oregon, Low-income housing -- Oregon, Housing policy -- Oregon
Housing prices in the City of Portland have risen dramatically in recent years, and low income and communities of color have been particularly hard hit in the northeast neighborhoods of the city. Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives has embarked on the development of 1000 affordable units over the next 10 years to help meet the needs of displaced residents. The Pathway 1000 Community Housing Plan sets out a strategy for providing those 1000 affordable, stable homes.
This project was conducted under the supervision of Marisa Zapata, Ethan Seltzer, Susam Hartnett, and Lisa Bates.
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Berger, Kaitlin; Dearman, Anna; Gilden, Beth; Guillén-Chapman, Karen; and Rucker, Jasmine, "Pathway 1000 Community Housing Plan" (2016). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. Paper 133. http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/usp_murp/133