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A ground breaking ceremony on North Williams Avenue celebrates the future site of four new townhouses reserved for low and moderate income families displaced from north and northeast Portland. Pictured (from left) are Travis Phillips and Maxine Fitzpatrick of Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc. (PCRI), Albina Construction Co-owner Dennis Harris, and Architect Brett Schultz.

A ground breaking ceremony on North Williams Avenue celebrates the future site of four new townhouses reserved for low and moderate income families displaced from north and northeast Portland. Pictured (from left) are Travis Phillips and Maxine Fitzpatrick of Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc. (PCRI), Albina Construction Co-owner Dennis Harris, and Architect Brett Schultz.

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A Pathway to Return

Housing reserved for displaced residents

Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives, Inc. (PCRI) has broken ground on the future site of four new townhomes at North Williams Avenue and Emerson Street that will be first homes for purchase by first-time homebuyers as part of the non-profit’s Pathway 1000 initiative, a 10-year plan to construct 1,000 new affordable homes and rentals.