New Construction

 

Exeter and Adriatic Affordable Homeownership (2010)

In conjunction with Portland Housing Bureau, PCRI built four new 3-bedroom, 2-bath homes (1550-1620 square feet) for sale below market prices to low- and middle-income families. The homes, completed in 2010, represent our commitment to expand minority homeownership. They also showcase our commitment to sustainability by utilizing durable and beautiful materials as well as energy- and resource-efficient design and systems. These homes earned LEED Gold and Energy Star certification and were featured in the City of Portland’s 2010 Build it Green! homes tour.

 

41 and 45 NE 127th Ave. (2001)

A new six-plex and duplex replaced a dilapidated single family residence on a large site close to the MAX light-rail line. A pioneering gas-fueled closed-water-loop turbonics heating system was installed with on-demand water heaters for resident comfort, and low utility bills. Parking and an open play area are included.

 

5317 and 5323 NE 24th Ave. (2001)

A single lot was subdivided to build two single family townhouses either side of a shared driveway leading to two rear parking spaces. A turbonics heating system was installed with on-demand water heaters for resident comfort, and low utility bills. Winner of the 2001 Governor’s Livability Award.

 

Cedar Place (1998) 126 – 136 NE Lombard Ave

PCRI’s first new construction project of a two-story duplex and tri-plex, play area and parking. Winner of the 1998 City of Portland Development Review Team Good Design Award.