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Miracles Central, a new affordable housing complex in the Lloyd District opens to people impacted by homelessness, poverty and addictions. Pictured at Thursday’s grand opening ceremony are Robert Lyday (from left), one of the first residents to move into the 47-unit building, Michael Booker, Miracles Club executive director, and Portland City Commissioner Dan Saltzman.

Miracles Central, a new affordable housing complex in the Lloyd District opens to people impacted by homelessness, poverty and addictions. Pictured at Thursday’s grand opening ceremony are Robert Lyday (from left), one of the first residents to move into the 47-unit building, Michael Booker, Miracles Club executive director, and Portland City Commissioner Dan Saltzman.

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