Gray's Landing is the first affordable rental housing development in West Portland's emerging South Waterfront neighborhood. Its contemporary design was conceived by the same architect of a nearby market-rate complex. Homes are in walking distance to the Willamette River, farmer's markets and community events, as well as to the Veterans Administration Medical Center and Oregon Health and Sciences University, two major area employers as well as critical service providers.
209 affordable homes targeted to households earning 60 percent of median family income; 24 dedicated to veterans
Certified LEED Platinum
Access to Transit
The Portland streetcar has stops in front of Gray's Landing. Bus stations and the Aerial Tram are in walking distance. A new transit bridge over the Willamette River is scheduled to open in 2015 to connect walkers, bikers and transit riders to East Portland.
Enterprise invested $11.4 million in Gray's Landing through Low-Income Housing Tax Credit allocations. Its veterans' focus, innovative green features, including 100 percent stormwater management through a green roof and second-level courtyard, and location in a central, transit-oriented waterfront neighborhood reflect Enterprise's highest priorities.
Energy Trust of Oregon; Oregon Housing and Community Services; Portland Bureau of Environmental Sustainability; Portland Housing Bureau; REACH CDC; U.S. Bank; United States Department of Housing and Urban Development