BRIDGE Housing's first project into the Pacific Northwest, The Abigail, will bring 155 new homes to the northern end of the Pearl District. The building will be mixed-income, with 128 affordable apartments for families earning 30% to 60% of Median Family Income (currently $20,800 to $41,640 for a household of four) and the balance at market-rate rents. Amenities include landscaped courtyards with community gardens and a children’s play area, laundry rooms on each floor, secure bicycle parking in a tool-equipped bike storage room, and underground car parking. Additional space for resident programs is under consideration, and BRIDGE will work with educational and social services partner Impact NW to create programming that will best serve the residents. The ground floor will offer a welcoming lobby accessed from NW 13th Street, commercial space and a community room for residents. The Abigail is named for Abigail Scott Duniway, a Portland activist who was instrumental in gaining voting rights for women in the State of Oregon in 1912.
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Architects
General Contractor: Walsh Construction
Financial Partners: The Portland Housing Bureau
State: OregonGo to Interactive Map