The 24-unit, fully subsidized project, Clayton Mohr Commons, provides housing to chronically homeless and severely low-income veterans and their families. The site is near community amenities like transit, grocery stores and health care providers. This project was constructed by Northwest Housing Alternatives for the Housing Authority of Clackamas County using cost efficient design and construction methods and creative financing outside of the traditional tax credit process.
|Address||399 Caufield Street
Oregon City, OR 97045 map
|Move-in date||November 2019|
|Financing this project||Veteran's General Housing Account Program (GHAP) from OHCS, Clackamas County HOME and CDBG funds, Federal Home Loan Bank grant, Meyer Memorial Trust grant, cash-flow dependent private financing|
|Contractor||KASA Architects, Inc;
General Contractor: WALSH Construction
Project Updates/Next Steps
The Housing Authority of Clackamas County selected Clayton Mohr to be the namesake of this fully-subsidized housing for veterans and their families. The Clayton Mohr Commons was dedicated on Nov. 13, 2019. To learn more about Mr. Mohr, go to Service-and-selflessness-one-clackamas-county-veterans-story.