Portland is growing by leaps and bounds as a focal point of interest in our dear Pacific Northwest.
And as city’s the population continues to grow, the need for community-based supported services also increases. As a small, locally-owned Portland business, supporting our community is a top priority.
Throughout the past 12 months we’ve donated $5,000 to the Oregon Food Bank, $5,000 to the Oregon Humane Society and lead a massively successful clothing drive for the Portland Rescue Mission. We also continued our commitment to the NW Pilot Project, a nonprofit organization ensuring Multnomah County’s most vulnerable senior populations have access to affordable housing and transportation.
Looking back, 2018 brought a tremendous amount of growth. Not only for the city, but for us as well. We’ve added two properties to our community portfolio with the Bradford, a 10 unit–multifamily building and the John C Burns a 2 unit – commercial building.
Our community also expanded further into the digital world with a bigger, more robust blog, photography portfolio, as well as a newly updated Facebook page and our first Instagram profile. The support we’ve received from our digital community has really exemplified the curious, fun and community-minded nature of our Portland family of residents and we couldn’t be more grateful.
As we dive deeper into 2019, we’re excited about what the next 12 months can bring. From being more actively engaged in the Portland area to expanding our offering of vintage apartment homes even further. Our team enters this new year with gratitude and warmth that we hope finds you all well and headed into an amazing 2019.