Property Development

Linn-Benton Housing Authority

 

Development Name:   Pioneer Court

Date Developed:         1984

Population Served:      Seniors

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    Four-plex, all 1-bedroom apartments

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Amenities

  • Within walking distance of post office, library, senior center and medical clinic

Special Interest

  • City has indicated an interest in more low-income senior housing

Funding

  • Rural Development low-interest loan
  • Rural Development rental assistance

 

Development Name:   Riverside Park

Date Developed:         1984

Population Served:      Families

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    Two duplexes, three 2-bedroom units and one 3-bedroom unit

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Amenities

  • Rural Setting

Special Interest

  • Authority owns a bare lot to the East of the development

Funding

  • Rural Development low-interest loan
  • Rural Development rental assistance

 

Development Name:   Thomas Creek Court

Date Developed:         1988

Population Served:      Families

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    Two Four-plexes, four 2-bedroom units and four 1-bedroom units

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Amenities

  • Onsite laundry facility

Special Interest

  • Development has experienced flooding from Thomas Creek
  • Authority carries flood insurance on the property

Funding

  • Rural Development low-interest loan
  • Rural Development rental assistance

 

Development Name:   Springer House

Date Developed:         1988

Population Served:      Persons w/Psychiatric Disabilities

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    Residential Treatment Home – 5 beds; Plus 2 Crisis beds

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Amenities

  • Linn County Mental Health Services leases entire facility and provides 24/7 staffing

Special Interest

  • Residential treatment home is an allowed use within zone
  • Double lot can be divided

Funding

  • Mental Health Grant for Acquisition/Rehab
  • Now 100% Rental Income Supported

 

Development Name:   Burkhart Apartments

Date Developed:         1991

Population Served:      Persons w/Psychiatric Disabilities

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    Two duplexes and one four-plex – eight units total

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Amenities

  • Linn County Mental Health Services provides daily contact/services

Special Interest

  • Authority Maintenance Shop and Storage on-site

Funding

  • Mental Health Grant for Acquisition/Rehab
  • Now 100% Rental Income Supported

 

Development Name:   Aspen Park

Date Developed:         1995-1999

Population Served:      Families

Income Restriction:     80% of Benton County AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    25 single family homes for private ownership

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Amenities

  • Three home styles
  • Authority offered a no-interest loan for the down-payment
  • Home were built by a private developer and buyers secured conventional loans

Special Interest

  • Aspen Park was awarded NAHRO’s 2000 National Award of Merit for Program innovation in Affordable Housing

Funding

  • LBHA reserves
  • Three Lots were sold to Lebanon Habitat for Humanity at cost

 

Development Name:   Cottage Creek

Date Developed:         1998

Population Served:      Seniors with mobility impairments

Persons needing a live-in care provider

Persons with psychiatric disabilities

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:       One four-plex of studio apartments, three 2-bedroom cottages and one eight-plex of studio apartments

 

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Amenities

  • Three building types
  • Two community rooms
  • On-site laundry

Special Interest

  • Cottage Creek was awarded NAHRO’s National Award of Excellence for Program Innovation in Affordable Housing
  • Cottage Creek also received the Governor’s Livability Award

Funding

  • HOME Grant
  • Senior & Disability Bond Loan Fund
  • Opportunity Purchase Program
  • Oregon Affordable Housing Tax Credit

 

Development Name:   Clayton Meadows

Dated Developed:       2001

Population Served:      Seniors

Income Restriction:     50% & 60% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    One 50-unit, 3-story building with elevator; 32 one-bedroom apartments and 18 two-bedroom apartments

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Amenities

  • Large Community Room
  • Laundry facility on each floor
  • Air conditioned
  • Outdoor and garden areas

Special Interest

  • Clayton Meadows was awarded NAHRO’s 2005 National Award of Merit in Housing and Community Development

Funding

  • Low-income Housing Tax Credits
  • Network for Oregon Affordable Housing (NOAH)

 

Development Name:   Camas Commons

Date Developed:         2002

Population Served:      Large families, persons with disabilities

Income Restriction:     30% & 50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    56 units in duplex and tri-plex buildings; 10 one-bedroom units, 12 two-bedroom units, 30 three- bedroom units and 4 four-bedroom units.

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Amenities

  • Separate community building
  • Laundry hookups in most units
  • Most units visible – zero clearance entries
  • Large outdoor play areas
  • Whole house ventilation systems

Special Interest

  • Camas Commons was awarded NAHRO;s 2006 National Award of Merit in Housing and Community Development
  • Camas Commons is an example of successful collaboration between a non-profit community development corporation, Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services and a public housing authority

Funding

  • Low-income Housing Tax Credits
  • City of Corvallis, CDBG
  • Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation

 

Development Name:   Cypress Gardens

Date Developed:         2003

Population Served:      Persons with Disabilities

Income Restriction:     50% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    Eight studio units plus Resident Manager’s apartment

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Amenities

  • Four fully accessible units
  • Community Room
  • On-site laundry

Special Interest

  • Studio apartments were remodeled to provide full kitchen facilities

Funding

  • HOME Grant

 

Development Name:   River View Place

Date Developed:         2009

Population Served:      Seniors

Income Restriction:     30%, 40%, 50% & 60% of AMI or Less

Unit Mix:                    40 units in five-story, downtown, mixed-use building; 4 studio apartments, 28 one-bedroom apartments and 8 two-bedroom apartments.

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Amenities

  • Large community room
  • Laundry facility on each floor
  • Air conditioned
  • Secure parking
  • Walking distance to senior center, parks, post office, library and shopping

Special Interest

  • The Housing Authority is the general manager of the limited partnership that owns the development.  Authority has option to buy after tax credit compliance period (15 years)

Funding

  • Low-income Housing Tax Credits
  • Oregon Affordable Housing Tax Credits
  • Central Albany Revitalization Area (CARA)
  • Network for Oregon Affordable Housing (NOAH)