PATHWAY 1000

Pathway 1000 is a homeownership initiative by an affordable housing developer in North Portland, designed as a targeted antidisplacement strategy. The first group of infill townhomes opened in March 2019 as part of a long-term plan to make 1000 homes available to families at risk of displacement or desiring to return to the neighborhood.

 

The developer worked closely with resident stakeholders to develop a list of design criteria, which the design team incorporated, including private porches, individual backyards, and large south-facing windows that let in abundant light, even during Portland's overcast winters.



with Brett Schulz Architect, PC

Project team: Brett Schulz, Principal in Charge; Jodi Dubyoski, Project Architect

Structural engineer, SFA; Civil engineer, WDY; General Contractor, Albina Construction

Images by Jeff Amram Photography

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