Direct capital investments to affordable and sustainable preservation and development projects
Support nonprofit housing organizations with financial expertise and funding to stabilize and build capacity
Partner in equitable, transit-oriented redevelopment in lower-income communities, such as Seattle’s Central Area “Crescent,” Southeast Seattle, Portland and Washington County, Oregon
Advance sustainability by creating a new generation of green funds for energy and water improvements in existing building
Our Impact in the Pacific Northwest
Investing more than $1.2 billion in Washington and Oregon to create or preserve 25,000 affordable homes in urban and rural communities
Leading the greening of affordable housing through Enterprise Green Communities Criteria, now the design and construction standard for low-income housing in the region
Health and Housing
Launched in 2014, the Health and Housing Initiative will improve and document the link between housing with health care and its impact on vulnerable populations in Oregon, including formerly homeless people, low-income families, older adults and disabled persons.
Applications are due March 5 for capacity building grants in Seattle/King County, Wash.