2007 Oregon Fall Photo Gallery

See how HUD funds benefit your community.

[Photo 1: Murals]
Northaven Mural
This mural at the Northaven Apartments was commissioned by local artist Melissa Koch, through donations raised by residents and visitors to the complex. The artist thought it would remind residents of happy times working in their own gardens. Northaven is a 198-unit complex with 61 Section 8 subsidized units in northeast Seattle, WA.

[Photo 2: Stillaguamish Gardens]
Stillaguamish Gardens
Stillaguamish Gardens is a 31-unit residence in Arlington, funded in part by our Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program, and sponsored by the Stillaguamish Senior Center. The Center has been providing services and activities for seniors in North Snohomish County for over 25 years, including classes, movie screenings, day trips & cruises. The Center also has a food bank, exercise room, health clinic and more.

[Photo 3: A resident uses the Neighborhood Networks Center at Park Tower]
Park Tower
A resident uses the Neighborhood Networks Center at Park Tower, an elderly property Spokane, WA. Park Tower has 184 units, 149 of which are Section 8. Neighborhood Networks Centers provide computers, Internet access, and job skills training to residents of HUD insured and assisted housing.

[Photo 4: International Place Apartments]
International Place Apartments
International Place Apartments is a 55 unit residence in Tacoma. Construction on the project was completed in April 2007. The project was funded in part by FHA's Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program, and sponsored by the Korean Women's Association (KWA). This is KWA's second elderly housing development; their first was Pacific Villa, also in Tacoma, built in 1998.

[Photo 5: Neighborhood Networks center at Walnut Grove Apartments]
Seniors and Computers - A Good Mix
Walnut Grove Apartments in Vancouver, WA has a new Neighborhood Networks computer center for their residents. The seniors use the computers to send email to family and friends and surf the web, and they love learning about new technology.

[Photo 6: Clay Towers NN Center]
Clay Towers NN Center
A NN Center Grand Opening was held at Clay Towers, an elderly property with 233 units in Portland, OR, in June, 2007.
Top - Kristine Petrillo, HUD Project Manager, presents the NN Plaque to Pam Washington,
the HUD Administrator for the management agent, and to Adrian Cook, the on-site manager.
Bottom - tenants at Clay Towers enjoy their new Center.


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