Goal: Create affordable housing in a vibrant area where people of all ages, abilities, and incomes, can live and work within walking distance to shops, restaurants, and parks.

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. The unit mix includes 25 one-bedroom, 46 two-bedroom, and 10 three-bedroom apartment with 64 parking spaces, bicycle storage, community space on the ground and second floors, an indoor play area, laundry facilities on each floor, and a private second floor courtyard.

Located in the heart of the Tigard Triangle area of Tigard, Oregon, the site is in the north east corner of the city, just east of downtown Tigard and is easily accessible by bordering roadways of Highway 99W, Highway 217, and Interstate 5. The project is also well situated within the City’s Tigard Strategic Plan and has convenient access to shopping, groceries, and proposed light rail.


Viewfinder was realized by the Metro Regional Housing Bond. Approved by voters in 2018, the Metro Regional Bond created $652.8 million in bond financing to build affordable homes across Washington, Clackamas, and Multnomah counties. Tigard Triangle was selected by the Housing Authority of Washington County and a Phase I project in the Metro Regional Housing Bond’s implementation strategy.

  • Number of units: 81
  • Lot size: 1.11 acres
  • Density: 73 units/acre
  • Unit size: 600-1,100 ft2
  • Unit mix: 25 1BD/1BA, 46 2BD/1BA, 10 3BD/2BA
  • Parking Spaces: 64
  • Affordability: 30% / 60% AMI
  • Sustainability: Earth Advantage Multifamily Certification, Oregon Multifamily Energy Program
  • Total Cost: $32.7M
  • Architect: Scott Edwards Architecture
  • Contractor: Bremik Construction
  • Property Management: Guardian Management LLC
  • Non-Profit General Partner: HAWC, Good Neighbor Center


CDP is proud to partner with these organizations that are critical team members and who share our mission of enhancing the quality of life for the communities in which we work.

Housing Authority of Washington County

The Housing Authority of Washington County was formed in 1970 to provide affordable housing opportunities to help break the cycle of poverty and improve the quality of life in the community. The goal of HAWC is to provide decent, safe, and affordable housing for low-income families, veterans, disabled and homeless veterans.

Good Neighbor Center

The Good Neighbor Center is dedicated to providing safe, emergency housing and supportive empowering services to families. The center will offer opportunities that help residents build skills and enhance resident experiences.