The shortage of affordable housing in Lane County is undisputable and our residents and those on waiting lists feel the urgency more intensely than anyone. Homes for Good aims to add 609 new housing units to the Lane County housing market by 2023. Our current projects move us in the right direction.
On 4/29/21 Homes for Good hosted two Affordable Housing Town Hall sessions to talk with the public about Homes for Good's commitment to building Affordable housing in our community, watch a recording of the town halls here.Downloads
The Homes for Good Real Estate Development Team has been working with the Florence Housing Implementation Plan Stakeholder Advisory Team to understand what populations need to be served on this site, and to determine unit make up.
Unit number to be decided
Homes for Good intends to work with community partners to completely rebuild the park and infrastructure in a resilient and environmentally responsible manner.
In partnership with Lane County and Sponsors Inc.
This building will serve as an interface between Sponsors Inc. and the larger community.
The Coleman is intended to serve individuals exiting Sponsors’ transitional housing program by providing permanent housing with on-site supportive services.
Transitional housing managed by Homes for Good to house wildfire survivors.
Affordable workforce housing ideally located in Glenwood on the newly constructed Franklin Boulevard on the EmX line.
Recently Completed Projects
This partnership will identify, engage, and house people experiencing homelessness from Lane County’s Coordinated Entry Central Wait List. The development of this property will provide housing and supportive services for 40-50 people experiencing homelessness.
The development of this property will provide housing and supportive services for 15 families experiencing homelessness.
Two, three, and four-bedroom housing units for families in Eugene.
One, two, and three-bedroom units for families in Springfield.
A community project to house and support people in our community that have been homeless the longest.
Four tiny homes designed by the OregonBILDS program for Veterans partnering with the American Legion in Cottage Grove.
A mixed-use project located in the vibrant Market District that will serve Lane County’s Veterans and Workforce.
Partnership with Sponsors Inc. to provide permanent housing for Lane County residents returning from successfully completing their criminal convictions and Sponsors Inc. transitional programs.
Affordable multi-family units including larger 2 and 3 bedroom units for families. Five VetLIFT units with services for veterans. Second phase of two-phase partnership with St. Vincent de Paul (1st Phase 51-units)