The Abigail will consist of 128 affordable and 27 market-rate apartment homes in the Pearl District of Portland, Oregon.
The Abigail is a six-story, mixed-use development that will energize the north end of the Pearl District with the addition of 155 new homes. The building will be mixed-income, with 128 affordable apartments for families earning 30% to 60% of Median Family Income (currently $20,800 to $41,640 for a household of four) and the balance at market-rate rents.
The Abigail includes a mixture of unit sizes from studios to three-bedroom. Amenities will include a landscaped courtyard, a children’s play area, a community room, laundry rooms on each floor, secure bicycle parking in a tool-equipped bike storage room and underground car parking.
The Abigail is named for Abigail Scott Duniway, a Portland businesswoman and activist who was instrumental in gaining voting rights for women in the State of Oregon in 1912.
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Architects
Contractor: Walsh Construction
Financial Partners: Portland Housing Bureau, Oregon Housing and Community Services, National Affordable Housing Trust, Wells Fargo, Energy Trust of Oregon
LIVING AT THE ABIGAIL
The Abigail's studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom affordable housing units have rents ranging from $346 - $1,067. Income and other restrictions apply.
The leasing office is now open and accepting applications. Please contact the office directly for information on how to apply. The leasing office is located at 1650 NW 13th Avenue in Portland, OR and the phone number is 503.224.0789. It is open Monday through Saturday 9-6 and on Sunday 10-5. Disabled applicants are encouraged to apply.
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