Clackamas County Housing Authority's Rosewood Station set to open; applications accepted starting May 11

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Applications for Rosewood Station, an affordable housing community in Happy Valley, will open May 11, Clackamas County officials announced Tuesday.

All applications must be submitted online between when the waitlist opens at 7 a.m. on May 11 and when it closes at 7 a.m. on May 18.

No applications will be accepted through the Clackamas County Housing Authority. For those without internet access, they should call 503-719-7086 and leave the request by voicemail for a paper application. Requests will be logged by time and date. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis and selected through a lottery process.

Rosewood Station, located at 8810 SE Otty Road in Happy Valley, will provide 212 new units of affordable housing in partnership with Pedcor Investments of Carmel, Indiana. This project will consist of six four-story, wood-framed structures and will offer (112) one-bed/one-bath, 92 two-bed/two-bath and eight three-bed/two-bath units, which are all affordable to local residents making less than 60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). This project will also include 20 Project Based Voucher units for residents at 30 percent of AMI.

Completion date for the project is scheduled for late summer of 2021.

This project redeveloped a 5.29-acre infill lot, which consisted of two buildings, Spain’s Auto Muffler shop and Emerick Construction Offices. Rosewood Station replaces the current structures with approximately $67.1 million of investment, consisting of not only the 212 apartments, but a mixed-use structure will house various management/leasing offices, maintenance work spaces and amenities for residents. Those amenities include:

  • Business Center
  • Community Room with TV
  • Playground
  • Grilling and Picnic Area
  • Laundry Center
  • Sidewalk access to bicycle path
  • Fitness Center
  • Common area Wi-Fi

Rosewood Station is also centrally located for shopping, transportation and other goods and services. Those include:

  • 700 feet from MAX station
  • 1 mile North of Clackamas Town Center
  • Walmart is a block West
  • Walking distance to big box retailers
  • Bicycle Parking
  • 1.5 miles from Mt. Talbert Nature Park
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Scott Anderson
Public & Government Affairs