Cornelius Place brings 45 apartment homes for low-income seniors along with a new public library to Cornelius, Oregon.
BRIDGE is partnering with Bienstar, Inc. and the City of Cornelius to develop Cornelius Place, a mixed-use development located near city services and amenities.The residential component of Cornelius Place will include two floors of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments for seniors with household incomes of up to 50-60 percent of Area Median Income (AMI). 11 of the households will utilize project-based Section 8 vouchers, thereby allowing the project to target even deeper affordability with those residents paying no more than 30% of their income in rent. In addition to new space for the expanded public library, the property will feature community convening space, a YMCA center, a landscaped courtyard and a resident community room for social gatherings and resident programs.
Architect: Scott Edwards Architecture
Contractor: Walsh Construction Co.
Financial Partners: Oregon Housing and Community Services, Metro, Washington County, Housing Authority of Washington County, City of Cornelius, Enterprise Community Investment, Heritage Bank, Network for Oregon Affordable Housing, State of Oregon, State of Oregon Department of Administrative Services
Living at Cornelius Place
Cornelius Place, a newly built senior property, offers 6 studios, 37 one-bedroom and 1 two-bedroom apartments. 11 of the units will be filled with referrals from the Housing Authority of Washington County. Income, age, and other restrictions apply, and Section 8 vouchers are welcome.
This property includes units built out for households with mobility and/or hearing impairment—disabled senior households are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be made available for persons who make a request.
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