Renovations and Preservation Projects
Many affordable multifamily housing developments in Lane County were built a number of years ago and, a number of them are in need of major rehabilitation. When needed, Homes for Good refinances and renovates these facilities to fix any deficiencies and make them like new. This preserves affordable housing units in the community without the cost and time involved in new construction.
Recently Completed Projects
The Richardson Bridge rehabilitation project is the first of its kind, and signals a new approach that converts existing public housing that is in need of significant capital improvements into long-term Section 8 units.View Project >>
Capital Fund Projects
Homes for Good is constantly updating and renovating our units to make sure they are safe for residents. As part of the capital fund, Homes for Good makes routine renovations to properties. When it comes to developing and renovating residential communities, Homes for Good means business. In our efforts to provide housing and support services, Homes for Good frequently contracts work to our business community. We strive for a fair, efficient, and open bidding process.
ADA Remodel (2 units)
Siding, Windows, and Paint
Veneta Scattered Sites, McKenzie Village, Laurelwood, Pengra Court, and Maplewood Meadows
Parking Lot, Siding & Exterior Paint
Roofs, Gutters, Plumbing & Storm Drains, Abatements/Remediation
Cresview Villa, Veneta Scattered Sites, Laurelwood, and Veneta Villa
Concrete Walks & Slabs
Roofs & Gutters