780 Rand Road


Goal: 780 Rand Road will provide a vibrant, sustainable, multigenerational hub for residents of Hood River, all while preserving and enhancing the natural environment and community.

The new community offers 130 units to households earning 30% – 60% AMI. The apartment homes will range from studios to three-bedroom townhomes. Located in Hood River, the project aims to bring much needed affordable housing to the area. Furthermore, 780 Rand Road will be a Community For All Ages, nurturing a healthy, supportive, and community-focused lifestyle where people of all ages can live, work, play, and thrive.

780 Rand Road features numerous amenities, available to all residents, including a dedicated community building for site operations and resident programming, shared community space with a classroom/meeting space and covered outdoor space. Additionally, the site will feature a kids play area, park, and community gardens. The project places a strong emphasis on the natural environment and the neighboring local communities by incorporating trails, park and protecting the onsite wetlands.


The project was awarded $15.1 million from Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) as part of the 2023 Local Innovation Fast Track (LIFT) program. In addition to the LIFT funds, CDP and CCHC plan to apply for 4% Low Income Housing Tax Credits and tax-exempt bonds to complete the project’s financing. In December 2023, CCHC was awarded $3 million in the 2023 federal omnibus spending bill for the development. The project has also secured 39 Project Based Vouchers from the Mid-Columbia Housing Authority.

  • Number of units: 130
  • Lot size: 7.15 acres
  • Unit size: 1BD-4BD
  • Unit mix: 7 Studios, 23 1BDs, 54 2BDs, 24 3 BDs, 22 3BD Townhomes
  • Parking Spaces: 195
  • Affordability: 30%-60% AMI
  • Sustainability: National Green Building Standard Gold (Target)
  • Total Cost: $65.6M
  • Architect: Holst Architects
  • Contractor: TBD
  • Property Management: TBD
  • Nonprofit Partner: Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation (CCHC)


CDP takes great pride in collaborating with these organizations, serving as indispensable allies in our shared commitment to elevating the well-being of the communities we serve.

Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation (CCHC)

Columbia Cascade Housing Corporation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit affordable housing developer whose purpose is to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing that is affordable to very low-, low- and moderate-income persons. CCHC operates within Hood River, Wasco and Sherman Counties in Oregon as well as Klickitat and Skamania Counties in Washington. To learn more about CCHC, please visit: https://www.columbiacascadehousingcorp.org/


EngAGE NW is a nonprofit that takes a holistic approach to community and creativity by providing on-site arts, wellness, lifelong learning, community building and intergenerational programs to thousands of seniors and families living in affordable communities in Oregon. Providing on-site programs reduces primary barriers to engagement—cost and transportation—maximizing impact. Founded in 1999 as More Than Shelter for Seniors, EngAGE NW has worked continuously as leading experts in aging arts programming. In the last few years, they have adapted to include intergenerational communities. The goal of EngAGE NW is to change lives across generations by transforming affordable housing into centers of community, learning, and well-being. To learn more about EngAGE NW, please visit: https://engagedaging.org/