Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH) provides safe and healthy affordable housing along with support and skill building activities for individuals and families with the greatest need who live or work in the Tigard-Tualatin area, Beaverton and SW Portland, Oregon.
CPAH owns seven apartment complexes that provide housing for families at 60% or less of the Portland metropolitan area median income.
For CPAH property inquiries contact:
Income Property Management (503-639-6514) or
Cascade Management (503-644-4496)
|* The Knoll at Tigard||* Village at Washington Square|
|* The Watershed at Hillsdale||* Greenburg Oaks|
|* Oleson Woods||* Metzger Park|
|* Spencer House|
|Income Property Management||Cascade Management, Inc.|
After 20 years as CPAH’s Executive Director, Sheila Greenlaw-Fink is transitioning to a new position in affordable housing in Washington County. Click here to read a message from Sheila Greenlaw-Fink.
Executive Director transition press release.
HomeWord Bound 2015, CPAH's 17th Annual literary event, dinner and auction, had a truly record year - raising more than $70,000! Many thanks to our friends, donors, sponsors, volunteers, and the amazing authors who joined us on this wonderful night!
Dan Murphy, Paulann Petersen, Lois Leveen and Smith Henderson
More photos from this year's event.
On Oct. 29, 2014, CPAH celebrated the groundbreaking of CPAH's newest housing project - The Barcelona at Beaverton - 47 units of affordable housing in Beaverton's Old Town, at SW 2nd & SW Lombard.
Additional photos of the event can be found on our Facebook page.
Many thanks to everyone who joined us, including: Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle, HUD Region X Administrator Bill Block, Washington County Commissioner Dick Schouten, Beaverton City Councilors Cate Arnold and Betty Bode, CPAH Board and Advisory Council members, and all of our great project partners (Carleton Hart Architecture, LMC Construction, Chase, National Equity Fund, Network for Oregon Affordable Housing, City of Beaverton, Community Housing Fund, Oregon Housing & Community Services, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Housing Authority of Washington County and Washington County Office of Community Development).
CPAH is celebrating 20 years of Building Housing, Building Hope, and Building Lives. Download a copy of CPAH's 20th Anniversary brochure.
Watch the video for a glimpse of what we’ve accomplished, with help from our partners and supporters in the community!