Woody Guthrie Place apartments have opened their waitlist today! There
are 64 mixed-income apartments available with 16 units offered to
families with 30% MFI, 21 units at 80% MFI, and 26 units at 100% MFI.
Woody Guthrie Place Apartments will have a community space, patio and
outdoor playspace for children, car and bike parking, a rooftop patio,
is LEED Gold certified, with solar rooftop and electric car charging
stations. There are ADA accessible units available as well. Schools are
Lent Elementary and Middle School and Franklin High School.
are available online by following the link below, or at Reedway Place
Apartments Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm located at 8940 SE Reedway Place.
Applications are now available for the Orchards of 82nd! ROSE Community Development is eager to welcome 112 new families into this fully affordable 48-home mixed-use apartment community. Amenities include a private community courtyard and play-space, on-site sheltered parking, Energy Star appliances, individual unit air conditioning and heating, ADA accessibility including hearing and vision impaired units, indoor bike storage, and two community rooms. The ground floor also will be home to the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon offices.
ROSE Community Development is committed to equity,diversity, and inclusion. To ROSE, equity means creating conditions that enable everyone to reach their full potential. We strive to make equity part of our everyday operations and embed it within our mission of connecting our community to build good homes, healthy families, and neighborhood opportunities. In order to advance equity, we must engage under-represented communities as we make decisions and take action, while understanding history and considering how bias and oppression impact individuals, institutions, and systems.
Since ROSE organized in the early 1990s, our neighborhoods
have evolved, becoming more racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse. Outer
southeast Portland has been and continues to be home to immigrant and lower
income communities who experience some of the greatest burdens of racism.
Racism and housing are linked throughout U.S. history.
Racial discrimination led to redlining, which deprived people of color access
to housing and wealth creation. Other public policies, like urban renewal, pushed
out thousands from their homes. Discrimination persists despite passage of fair
housing laws decades ago.
ROSE must continue to evolve, so that the organization’s
people and actions reflect the ideals of community-led neighborhood revitalization.
With that in mind, ROSE commits to addressing the root causes of disparities
and displacement faced by our most marginalized and vulnerable communities by:
Engaging under-represented communities and
seeking input directly from the communities we serve
Promoting a culture that de-centers whiteness,
celebrates difference, enhances equitable communication, and nurtures
Centering ROSE’s vision, leadership, and
strategy around advancing and engaging in equity, diversity, and inclusion
Ensuring that internal policies and practices
impacting employment cultivate leadership and career development opportunities for
Building strong community partnerships that
promote equitable public policies
Operating and building equitable affordable
housing that reduces further displacement
ROSE pledges to track the outcomes from our organizational Equity
Plan and publicly report on our progress. We are invested in this process and
recognize that it will be an ongoing journey. We acknowledge that many forms of
discrimination and oppression exist and we will work to strengthen our
community to advance equity, inclusion and diversity.