CDP has developed a diverse portfolio of mission-driven communities in several Western states focused on our backyards of Portland (Oregon) and Southern California. CDP operates all properties we develop for the long term and the quality of construction, attention to detail, meticulous maintenance, and hands-on programming reflect our commitment to the property and community. From the acquisition and renovation of existing buildings, to adaptive reuse of motels, to historical preservation projects, to new urban infill construction, we have experience across all housing categories. On occasion CDP will take on and execute strategic mission-aligned community development projects that may not include housing. CDP also prioritizes sustainable and energy-efficient design, and we’ve worked with innovative construction technologies and modular housing materials (such as shipping containers). Our sense of duty to the environment is reflected in our multiple sustainable rating achievements including LEED Platinum, Earth Advantage, and Green Point Rated.
525 N. Capitol will be one of a number of CDP’s developments contributing to solving the housing affordability crisis in the Bay Area.
728 Rand Road will provide a vibrant, sustainable, multigenerational hub for residents of Hood River, all while preserving and enhancing the natural environment and community.
Located in the heart of Northeast Portland, the Alberta Abbey building is the former Mallory Avenue Christian Church which had been converted in 2013 to a neighborhood-based performing arts and artist office space to nurture and preserve the art scene on Alberta as gentrification was rapidly pushing artists out of the community.
Located on N. Interstate in Portland’s Overlook neighborhood, The Dr. Darrell Millner Building will play a vital role in offering previously displaced residents the opportunity to return to what was historically an affluent African American neighborhood in North Portland.
The Alberta Alive properties serve to celebrate and strengthen Portland’s historically Black N/NE neighborhoods by providing affordable housing, supportive services, and a shared community for underserved individuals and families.
Completed in 2016, the Alhambra Student Housing project brought new life to a brick building from the late 19th century.
Located in Tempe, Arizona, The Apache Central Center is a dynamic campus CFAA comprising 400 units of affordable housing.
Located in Santa Ana, CA, Archways Santa Ana is comprised of 85 units of affordable housing reserved for individuals and families earning 30%-60% of the area median income (AMI).
Located at the gateway of Downtown Las Vegas is CDP’s first project in Nevada - the newly renovated Baltimore Gardens and Cleveland Gardens apartments. CDP partnered with BLVD Capital to acquire, preserve, and rehabilitate the two existing HUD-assisted developments fondly referred to as BGCG.
Broadleaf Arbor is a collaboration between Community Development Partners (CDP) and Northwest Oregon Housing Authority (NOHA) and comprised of 239 apartments of intergenerational living.
Casa Aliento transforms an old motel into a 70-unit, two-story, housing community in Oxnard, California, offering amenities, resources, and services for low-income and homeless individuals.
Located in Oxnard, CA, Casa de Carmen includes a 110-bed emergency shelter and 55 units of permanent supportive housing.
Casa Querencia, formerly known as The Aqua, services the special needs of individuals living with chronic homelessness including mental and physical disabilities.
Cascadian Terrace rehabilitates and preserves a fifty-year-old, 103-unit affordable housing community in Northern Portland, Oregon.
Completed in 2014, the major renovation of this older brick masonry building represented the opportunity to provide critically needed housing to the senior population in Glendale.
Situated just outside of Phoenix in the bustling arts city of Mesa, El Rancho del Arte is one of CDP’s first acquisition, demolition, and new construction projects of a blighted motel.
Situated just outside of Phoenix in the bustling arts city of Mesa, El Rancho Del Sol is CDP’s acquisition, demolition, and new construction project of a blighted apartment building and underutilized office building adjacent to CDP’s existing El Rancho del Arte community.
Fairhaven Gardens preserves a fifty-year-old, 87-unit affordable housing community in Salem, Oregon. The ten residential buildings and new community center spread over the site’s four acres.
Franmar Manor is a rehabilitation of an older Section 8 housing complex in Phoenix, Arizona.
Hayu Tilixam is the third project in CDP’s joint ownership partnership with the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA), focused on providing culturally specific housing option for the Native community.
Located in Downtown Portland, Julia West House provides 90 units of permanent supportive housing, featuring both studio and one-bedroom floor plans.
Kaiser Trio consists of three rehabilitated properties that offer amenities and programming in Albany and Corvallis, Oregon. Altogether, the developments total 120 units in 27 buildings on a combined 5.44 acres.
Located in the heart of Santa Ana, La Placita Cinco, formerly known as Tiny Tim, revitalizes an underutilized strip center in a neighborhood that has not seen significant investment in over five decades, but is drawing attention due to its proximity to the City’s plan to develop a new light rail along 5th street where the project is located.
The LA78 project is a six property, scattered site portfolio located in some of Los Angeles' most in-demand rental markets. CDP is once again partnering with BLVD Capital to acquire and rehab the six properties most of which were built in the 1920’s.
The Lake House will be located at 503 and 437 Westlake Ave in the Westlake/MacArthur Park neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles.
Las Flores is a collaboration between Community Development Partners and Hacienda CDC. The project is located in Oregon City and is comprised of 171 units of affordable housing reserved for individuals and families earning 30%-60% of the area median income.
Mahonia Crossing is a 6.5-acre, 184-unit, new construction, multi-building complex set around a central green space.
Located in the South Gateway neighborhood of Salem, Oregon, Mahonia Crossing Phase II will supplement Phase I. The second phase of development will add 129 units to Phase I’s 184 units with 43 one-bedroom, 33 two-bedroom, and 53 three-bedroom units.
Mamook Tokatee is located on NE 42nd, a commercial and transit corridor in the Cully neighborhood. Cully is one of Portland’s most racially and ethnically diverse neighborhoods; it has also seen significant investment and change in the last decade, putting it at high risk for the displacement if low-income households.
Located in the Roosevelt Row arts district in downtown Phoenix, the Marquee provides 34 units of housing for low income elderly residents who have incomes between 40% - 60% of the county Area Median Income.
Located in Reno Nevada, Marvel Way is a 42-unit community offering sober-living for individuals in recovery.
Marvel Way Phase II will provide 46 affordable, sober-living, units for individuals and households in recovery, in addition to the 42 units from Phase I.
CDP has continued its relationship with the City of Vacaville with the Meadows Holly project. Located just down the street from our Rocky Hill project are the Meadows Court and Holly Lane apartments.
Located in Costa Mesa, Motel 6 provides 88 units of permanent affordable housing for households earning below 30% and 50% AMI.
Milepost 5 (MP5) is an existing 3-story building, consisting of 95 studio, single room occupancy (SRO), 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom units and 13 artist work spaces located in Portland, Oregon.
Monamos Terrace Apartments is a 139-unit new construction community, comprised of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom units and one manager’s unit.
Nesika Illahee serves to mitigate a rapidly increasing need for affordable housing within Portland’s Urban Growth Boundary.
Owens II serves as an opportunity for the Northwest Oregon Housing Authority (NOHA) to turn an underutilized parking lot, adjacent to the existing Owens Adair building, into 50 affordable apartments for older adults, many of whom live with disabilities
Located in Los Angeles County, Palmdale Park was built in the 1970s and has since been enhanced and reenergized. The development consists of 58-units across 11 two-story residential buildings surrounding a large, central courtyard.
Located in Portland’s historic Mississippi Conservation District, Patton Home has served as an option for low-cost housing since 1890.
Rockwood Village is a five building workforce housing project located in the heart of the Rockwood neighborhood in Gresham, Oregon.
Located in the suburban City of Vacaville in Solano County, Rocky Hill represents CDP’s commitment to solving the housing crisis using innovative techniques.
The St. Michael’s development will enhance the neighborhood by beautifying the site and maximizing a currently underutilized, partially vacant property on which the existing church sits.
Located just steps from Coast Highway and public beaches, The Cove Apartments provide permanent affordable and supportive rental housing for homeless veterans and low-income seniors 62+ earning 30-60% of the area median income.
Situated just a couple hours south of San Francisco, in the scenic town of Morgan Hill, The Huntington was completed in the Fall of 2017 and designed for seniors earning 50-60% of the area’s median income.
Located in Morgan Hill, a sleepy bedroom community just South of Silicon Valley is The Lodge.
Located just outside of artsy downtown Santa Ana, The Orchard is one of CDP’s adaptive reuse and rehabilitation projects, completed in December 2017.
Alder House is extensive renovation of a 7-story property in Southwest Portland that incorporates affordable apartments, supportive services, and community amenities.
Timber Ridge serves to provide much needed affordable housing for the residents of Union County and the City of La Grande. This project aims to foster interaction and neighborliness in an intergenerational community and extend housing access to seniors and individuals with mobility or physical disabilities through fully accessible units.
Viewfinder is a partnership between CDP and the Housing Authority of Washington County (HAWC). The project is a six-story affordable apartment building that will provide 81 residential units.
— Maria Rojo de Steffey, Regional Director, EngAGE NW