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13th and Tyler

A 15 unit development to provide Permanent Suppostive Housing to chronically homeless families in Eugene, Oregon.

Homes for Good and Lane County are leading an effort to develop a permanent supportive housing apartment community on 13th and Tyler St. in Eugene, Oregon. This partnership will identify, engage, house and support families with children from Lane County’s Central Wait List. The Central Wait List is a prioritized by-name list of households needing housing, ranked by those most in need based on various criteria. Lane County currently prioritizes chronically homeless households for all Permanent Supportive Housing.

The overall estimated cost for the project is $4 million. Land for the project is currently owned by Lane County, for use by the fairgrounds, and ownership will be transferred to Homes for Good. Homes for Good will apply to the Oregon Housing and Community Services, and the Oregon Health Authority for approximately $3.75 million in funding—with the goal of beginning construction in the summer of 2020 and being completed by the summer of 2021. The 0.74-acre parcel of bare land is at the SE corner of 13th and Tyler. The development of this property will provide housing and supportive services for 15 families experiencing homelessness.

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Want to learn more about the project? Watch our latest Neighborhood Meeting from April 23rd, 2020 to see presentations from Homes for Good staff, MWA Architects, ShelterCare, and Quantum Residential.