Market District Commons
A mixed-use project located in the vibrant Market District that will serve Lane County’s Veterans and Workforce with 50 units.
Born from a community vision, Market District Commons provides supportive housing in a location ideal for both the residents and the surrounding community. The partnership between Homes for Good, Lane County and Obie Companies, representing a strong collaboration between public and private developers, allows for the creation of a vibrant urban village in an area of downtown Eugene targeted for redevelopment.
The subject site in Eugene’s “Market District” between downtown and the Willamette River provides residents with sustainable downtown living and unique access to goods and services, public transportation, work opportunities, and the best recreational opportunities Eugene has to offer. Market District Commons includes an attractive commercial space and sustainable apartments built to the latest green standards. The project is optimally located to serve veterans struggling to find good affordable housing and a downtown workforce, including employees of downtown’s burgeoning retail and restaurant core.
This newly built complex has 50 one- and two-bedroom apartments, with 15 units set aside for PBV. Onsite amenities include: a rooftop deck terrace, a community room, and on-site laundry facilities. Additional amenities include: controlled access entry, bicycle storage, smoke-free community, garbage chutes, and elevator access. There is no onsite parking for this complex.
Managed through Quantum Residential Inc, onsite services include: on-site management, 24-hour emergency maintenance, package receiving services, planned social events, on-site leasing office, renter’s insurance program, online payment options, and online maintenance requests. Each unit features abundant natural light, air conditioning & heating, and LED lighting.
Residents pay only for electric. Water, sewer, and garbage are included with the rent. Move-in costs include an application fee for each adult and a prorated first-months’ rent along with a deposit.View Market District Commons Photos