BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Housing Works is pleased to announce the opening of a new mixed-use property in Bend. On Wednesday, November 10, starting at 3 p.m., Housing Works staff will meet with partners, government officials, service providers and community members to celebrate the grand opening of Legacy Landing.

Legacy Landing, at 2065 NE Tucson Way, is a new affordable housing community with 47 apartments dedicated to housing low-income seniors on three residential floors above a ground floor health center owned and operated by Mosaic Medical, a nonprofit organization serving individuals and families across Central Oregon, regardless of income or insurance status.

Of the 47 apartments, six will be reserved for eligible Mosaic Medical patients with chronic illnesses, and 4 apartments will be available for elderly veterans who are homeless and working with the Veterans VASH program. All residents, as well as the general public, will have access to the full medical services and retail pharmacy provided by Mosaic Medical on the ground floor.

“We are very happy to partner with Mosaic Medical for this development. By integrating Mosaic health services onsite and providing a link to their proactive, team-based coordinated care approach, we can greatly improve the health of residents and the surrounding community, ”said David Brandt, Executive Director of Housing Works.

Legacy Landing is located in a thriving area close to not only health resources, but shopping and entertainment as well. In addition, the site is well served by local public transport and will have on-site amenities including a community room on the ground floor, a well-equipped exercise space and a community room on the top floor with an outdoor terrace. offering magnificent mountain views.

In addition to the housing works, the development team included general contractor R&H Construction, architect Jim Landin, investor Wells Fargo, lender NOAH and property manager EPIC. Legacy Landing was built using funds from the 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) of Oregon Housing and Community Services, GHAP, trust funds for the housing, HOME and the Oregon Multi-Family Energy Program. The purchase of the land was made possible with funds from the City of Bend Affordable Housing Fund and the Community Development Block Grant Fund (CDBG).

Housing Works is the largest provider of affordable housing in central Oregon. It provides people with quality, safe and affordable housing; and through a number of collaborations, it provides the resources to help people stabilize their lives. Housing Works developments in Bend, Redmond, Prineville, Madras and Sisters have won awards for innovation, economic impact, design and beautification. For more information, visit www.housing-works.org.

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