Portland, Ore., Forges Ahead With Ambitious Affordable Housing Construction Goals

October 26, 2020
Oregonian - Engineering News-Record

Portland has committed to building 720 new affordable housing units downtown as part of its ambitious Broadway Corridor redevelopment, but to meet that goal it may have to shift some of that housing to an auxiliary site across the railroad tracks from the main project.
And the city will have to overcome a legacy of failed housing goals at other major redevelopments. Backers say they are cognizant of those setbacks, and are structuring this project differently in hopes of avoiding past missteps.

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